|Quoting falkerker (Reply 2):|
I think I´m getting stoned for this but my favourite airline website is Singapore Airlines´, never got to "work" with the old interface but the actual one I really enjoy.
Well, it's gotten better. At least you can book flights now! That is always a plus on an airlines' website. Having said that, I still prefer the older website. It was so simple, no fancy flash, no fancy java, just very simple to use, and also very intuitive.
Elsewhere in Asia I find JQ
, and AK OK
. I mean, they're not beautiful by any means, but they're easy to use. I don't like any of the North Asian websites, e.g. OZ
, and JL
. Perhaps the English versions are not as versatile as the Japanese / Korean ones. I always find it difficult to book on them.
In China, CA
surprisingly has a very good website, as it's very easy to book on it. MU
, it has gotten better since they joined ST
is a disgrace. Would you believe that they only offer the most expensive fares on the English website, but on the Chinese website you can find flights 50% cheaper? Just disgraceful, but then again it's MU
/FM, so no surprises there. Same goes for 9C
(China Spring Airlines).
In the US, I like B6
, and UA
, as all of them are very easy to use and provide a lot of useful info. I haven't booked too many flights in Europe lately, though BA
is generally good and I like how they show you all the codeshare and aircraft info when booking.
So, in conclusion, to me a good website is one in which it is very simple and easy to book, no matter what the design or colors are like.