Monarch Airlines Reviews
The British charter airline which was established in 1967 by the help of the Swiss Mantegazza family commenced operations the following year as a subsidiary of Globus Getaway Holdings. Monarch Airlines’ growth in years has now been globally recognized to cater air services to Europe, USA and 40 other destinations. The airlines has a total fleet size of 33 and operates at Birmingham Airport, Leeds Bradford Airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Luton Airport and Manchester Airport while being led by their current CEO, Andrew Swaffield.
The Monarch Kind of Flying
To avoid problems on board, Monarch is following the allocation method of providing designated seats to passengers. However, if the traveller has their own prefered seat selection, a small fee is needed to be paid for this additional service. Apart from seat selection and allocation. Monarch also offers seat with extra legroom space.
The England based charter carrier prepares a variety of English meals and even Italian and Thai food on board. The traditional English breakfast, sandwiches and snacks are part of their meal selection. *Special meals are also offered but should follow reservation accordingly.
Official Website and Mobile App
The website looks really good. Organized and the mood itself is enticing. Lately, they are promoting the “Colour your summer” theme on their page and it actually shows flashing images of coloring destinations around the world. However, one thing I noticed about the site is, as I navigate, some pages and headings are malfunctioning even after refresh.
On a positive note, Monarch Airlines lets customers to search and book flights online. Extended services include car rental, hotel reservations and even holiday package offers. To convince travellers more about this monarchical airline of United Kingdom, they have social media and a blog site that customers can check out! Moreover, all these services are also accessible on their mobile app which is available in the App Store and Google Play Store.
Monarch Airlines Reviews of Customers
Unlike other major airlines in United Kingdom, Monarch Airlines pretty much has been a little left out from customer reviews. Since according to Skytrax’s Airlinequality.com, the airline had garnered an average total score of 5/10. Based on 413 Monarch Airlines reviews, the seat promotion is actually appalling since it majorly affects the corregidor space and the cabin was not that clean. But on a positive light some reviewers are really thankful that the cabin crew were friendly and really hardworking.
How To Reach Them?
- Website URL: www.monarch.co.uk
- Contact Number: +44 1582 400 000
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax Number: +44 1582 411 000
- Head Office Address: Prospect House, Prospect Way, London Luton Airport,
Luton,Bedfordshire, LU2 9NU, UK
The charter airline that has been operating for almost 5 decades now is not part of the world’s top 100 airlines but had been recognized simultaneously for several awards such as being the “Best Charter Airline” two years in a row, “Best Leisure Airline” and “Airline of the Year”. These recognition only proves that Monarch Airlines is not actually a bad airline, they are just going through ups and downs. It’s always worth flying with them.
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