Airline safety is one of the main concerns when it comes to choosing who to fly. With safety records of some airlines far superior to others, it’s important to know who you are flying with and their standards when it comes to looking after your safety. With the list of the top 20 airlines having being named earlier in the year, here are 10 of the safest airlines in 2017.
For the fourth year in a row, Qantas has been ranked the safest airline in 2017 by Airlineratings.com. Qantas is continually setting the standard for safety and the company’s reputation is built upon that record.
Over the years, Qantas has scooped up numerous awards. For a full list, CLICK HERE!
Virgin Australia, originally started as a low-cost carrier, changed to a full service airline in 2011. Their safety record is impeccable and is one of the top airlines in the world today.
Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand hasn’t any significant incidents over the last few decades and their service and safety record make it among some of the top airlines in the world.
Cathay Pacific not only has one of the best service ratings in the world, it also boasts one of the top safety records too.
With over 800 aircraft in it’s fleet, Delta Air Lines is the 2nd largest airline in the world. Flying worldwide, safety is definitely their priority.
Ok, so Singapore Airlines just seem to be an all-round top airline. Awards for their first, business and economy classes plus awards for the safety are just a few of the reasons why Singapore Airlines is one of the best in the world.
Their latest safety video is one of the best yet and you will be taken on a journey around Singapore. CLICK HERE to have a look.
Being the national carrier, Japan Airlines is setting some of the highest standards in Asia.
Not only has Etihad Airways turned around a plane so an elderly couple could visit their dying grandson, they also maintain a truly amazing safety record.
Having never had a fatal accident, Hawaiian Airlines is regarded as not only one of the top airlines in the US, but also worldwide.
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