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World Top 10 Safest Airlines for 2017

on January 5, 2017

Top 10 World’s safest airlines for 2017

If you are travelling this 2017, you may be interested to know the safest airlines based from AirlineRatings.com

  1. Qantas. AirlineRatings.com says Qantas is the world’s safest airline in 2017. It says the Aussie carrier which has held the title or the past for four years, has an “extraordinary record” with no recorded fatalities since the advent of jet travel.
  2. Air New Zealand. Air NZ was also named as AirlineRatings.com’s airline of the year in its 2016 Airline Excellence Awards. The Kiwi flag carrier was praised for its “exceptional performance.”
  3. Alaska Airlines. Seattle-based Alaska Airlines not only rates highly for safety, but is also one of the few airlines to have Wi-Fi across most of its fleet, according to AirlineRatings.com
  4. All Nippon Airways (ANA). Japan’s largest airline made a splash in 2015 when it decorated some of its passenger jets with “Star Wars” imagery
  5. British Airways. The UK flag carrier was missing from the previous list but has impressed the AirlineRatings.com editors with its performance over the past 12 months
  6. Cathay Pacific. Another Asian carrier that is seldom far from the top of airline best-of roundups, Cathay regularly appears in AirlineRatings.com’s top 20 list
  7. Delta Air Lines. In April 2016 the Atlanta-based carrier announced orders for 37 new Airbus A321ceo airlines and 75 Bombardier CS100 airliners.
  8. Etihad Airways. UAE-based Etihad competes for custom at the very high end of the air travel market, In addition to its standard class services. Etihad offers in-flight concierge services, allowing passengers to shop for diamonds or artwork at 30,000 fleet.
  9. EVA Air. Taiwan’s EVA Air’s innovations in 2016 included the addition of a robot, known as Pepper to its ground staff at Taipei Songshan Airport. Pepper’s job is to welcome passengers.
  10. Finnair. Finnair doesn’t skimp on safety, although some passengers can skimp on clothing thanks to the unisex sauna it introduced in its premium lounge in Helsinki Airport in 2014.

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