After so many incidents happen about airlines, Qantas has been named as the World’s Safest Airline after the 10- year average fatal accidents soared. According to the report from AirlineRatings.com, Qantas was acclaimed for gathering “an extraordinary record of firsts”in terms of safety over the 94 -year in history. It’s been a bad year for safety of airlines around the world including the 2014 industry’s tragic airline incidents. The AirlineRatings.com reported saying “Certainly, 21 fatal accidents with 986 fatalities — higher than the 10-year average — is sickening. However, the world’s airlines carried a record 3.3 billion passengers on 27 million flights,”.“Flashback 50 years and there were a staggering 87 crashes killing 1,597 when airlines carried only 141 million passengers — five per cent of today’s number, ” they added. The report also said that Qantas was also had the experienced airline in the world, with the use of satellite communications as one of the tools used to a real-time monitoring of its engines across its fleet. With this monitoring they are able to detect the problems before its too late to end up in safety issues.
The Top Ten World’s Safest Airlines in Alphabetical Order
The First is the Qantas and the rest to complete the top ten follows:
- Air New Zealand,
- Cathay Pacific Airways,
- British Airways,
- Etihad Airways,
- EVA Air,
- Singapore Airlines
The rating system was based on range of factors from audits of aviation governing bodies together with the airlines fatality records and governing audits. In jet-era, Qantas records fatality -free and with the leading in development in systems of avionics wherein there is a direct communication of data links between air traffic controller and the pilot along with the flight data plane monitoring records and monitoring system of crews and plane.
The AirlineRatings.com also had the top ten safest low cost airline namely in alphabetical order:
- Aer Lingus
- Alaska Airlines
- Monarch Airlines
- Thomas Cook
- UI Fly
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