Name the world’s safest airlines?

PERTH, Australia, 5 January 2018 (, a safety and product rating website, has announced its top 20 safest airlines for 2018 from 409 airlines that it monitors.

In Asia, Cathay Pacific, EVA Air, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines and Singapore Airlines made the top 20 for safety.

Qantas, Hawaiian and Finnair all have perfect record in the jet era.

The top 20 are: Air New Zealand, Alaska Airlines, All Nippon Airways, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, EVA Air, Finnair, Hawaiian Airlines, Japan Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, Qantas, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Scandinavian Airline System, Singapore Airlines, Swiss, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Australia.

“These airlines are standouts in the industry and are at the forefront of safety and innovation,” said editor-in-chief Geoffrey Thomas.

“For instance, Australia’s Qantas has been recognized by the British Advertising Standards Association in a test case in 2008 as the world’s most experienced airline.”

“It is extraordinary that Qantas has been the lead airline in virtually every major operational safety advancement over the past 60 years and has not had a fatality in the jet era,” said Thomas.

“But Qantas is not alone. Long established airlines such as Hawaiian and Finnair have perfect records in the jet era.”

Responding to public interest, the editors also identified their top 10 safest low-cost airlines.

These are in alphabetical order: Aer Lingus, Flybe, Frontier, HK Express, Jetblue, Jetstar Australia, Thomas Cook, Virgin America, Vueling and Westjet.

In making its selections’s takes into account numerous critical factors that include; audits from aviation’s governing bodies and leading associations; government audits; airline’s crash and serious incident record and fleet age. also announced its lowest ranked (one star) airlines which are; Air Koryo, Bluewing Airlines, Buddha Air, Nepal Airlines, Tara Air, Trigana Air Service and Yeti Airlines.

AirlineRatings rates the safety and in-flight product of 409 airlines using its seven-star rating system. It is used by millions of passengers from 232 countries and has become the industry standard for safety and product rating.