Top of the list of gripes was the high cost of checking in bags including the sports equipment charges for taking ski boots and skis/snowboards.
Also high on the complaints list for Ryanair were the poorly located destination airports that often resulted in time consuming and expensive transfers to the resorts.
BA, EasyJet and Swiss were named as the preferred airlines for those heading to the slopes.
“I go skiing 2 or 3 times a year, mainly to the French or Swiss Alps and I always fly with proper airlines that quote an up front price with no hidden charges, allow me to take a couple of bags at a reasonable cost and fly me to a destination as close to the slopes as possible” said Matt Jones, an Entrepeneur from London.
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