Best Airlines To Fly This Summer

July is probably one of the trickiest months to fly anywhere. If you don’t book your flight in advance, then you’ll end up paying a lot in fees. I know because my parents are making their way to South Florida next month and it wasn’t cheap.

And every year it gets even more expensive. 

This year will be the third time they come to visit us and we’re excited about everything we have planned for them. Not only are we celebrating our toddler’s third birthday, but my parents also celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary.

Although they won’t be here on the exact date, it doesn’t mean there’s no reason for them to enjoy themselves.

The Flight
There’s nothing more reassuring than knowing your parents are well taken care of, and that’s the piece of mind I receive when I know my parents will be traveling via JetBlue Airways. They offer the most comfortable in-flight experience: the Wifi is free and so are the snacks.

But JetBlue isn’t the only one people are entrusting their loved ones to. In fact, JetBlue was ranked No. 2 in the 2016’s best airlines according to a WalletHub report. Here’s a list of the top 5:

1. Virgin America
2. JetBlue Airways
3. Alaska Airlines
4. Hawaiian Airlines
5. Delta Air Lines

Although Spirit Airlines is considered to be one of the most economical for budget flyers, it is seen as one of the least comfortable to fly. Spirit has ranked up numerous complaints, making it the airline with the least satisfactory rate.

To read key findings of this WalletHub study, click here.


  1. Taylor Smith

    Thanks for gathering these all together!! It was great 🙂

  2. Justine Y @ Little Dove

    I used to love flying Jet Blue when I lived in Orange County, CA. They flew out of Long Beach airport, which is a really small airport, it was so convenient to not have to drive all the way to John Wayne or LAX and deal with all the people!

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