UK airlines are defending their customer-service performance, after a UK CAA survey found that satisfaction levels have gradually fallen over the past two years.  The CAA’s most recent UK Aviation Consumer Survey showed satisfaction had dropped from 90% to 83% since spring 2016. Respondents were particularly unhappy with how airports and airlines respond to disruption and delays.   Industry body Airlines UK defended its 13 member airlines, saying the “vast ...

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