Top 10 air carriers for safety in 2023
Author Name : Shivansh Arora | Date : 27-06-2023
- Qantas - After KLM and Avianca, Qantas was established in the Queensland outback in 1920 and has since expanded to become Australia's largest airline. Since it hasn't experienced any incidents in the modern jet era, Qantas is usually recognised as the world's safest airline. Over the course of its 97-year history, Qantas has accumulated an extraordinary record of firsts in safety and operations.
- Air New Zealand - About 17 million travellers a year use the passenger and freight services that Air New Zealand, which was founded in 1940, offers to, from, and within New Zealand. The airline, which is well recognised for its safety culture, has belonged to Star Alliance since 1999. Star Alliance is the largest worldwide airline alliance.
- Etihad Airways - The flag carrier and second-largest airline of the United Arab Emirates is Etihad Airways (behind Emirates). The Abu Dhabi International Airport serves as the hub for Etihad, which launched its commercial operations in 2003.
- Qatar Airways - The airline has established a strong safety and security performance track record as an industry leader in aviation safety. It was the first airline to successfully complete the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) audit in 2003 with a score of 100% compliance.
- Singapore Airlines - Being accident-free since 2000 has earned Singapore Airlines a reputation as one of the world's safest airlines, which is why it is widely praised for its excellent customer service and effective operations.
- TAP Air Portugal - Given that it has kept its fleet youthful and was among the first airlines to incorporate significant innovations in security, TAP Air Portugal has an exceptional safety record. Since the beginning of the modern age, the carrier has not lost a life.
- Emirates - The official airline of the United Arab Emirates' emirate of Dubai, Emirates was founded in 1985. With just one hull-loss incident in its 35-year history, the airline also boasts an exceptional safety record.
- Alaska Airlines - The Seattle, Washington-based airline was founded in 1932 and has won accolades over the years for its warm atmosphere, welcoming and laid-back service, punctuality, outstanding loyalty programme, first-rate amenities, and safety culture (the company has not experienced a fatal crash since 2000).
- Eva Air - One of the greatest and safest airlines in Asia, Eva Air is well recognised for its Hello Kitty-themed aircraft. Since its inception in 1988, the carrier has not experienced any hull losses, mishaps, or fatalities.
- Virgin Atlantic - Entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson established Virgin Atlantic 38 years ago with innovation and customer service at its core.