The safest airlines for 2023

The binomial travel and safety has marked the years that we have left behind and also opens the new one, with the ranking of safest airlines by 2023. It was compiled, as always, by AirlineRatings, which monitored 385 carriers – including some low cost ones – highlighting those considered to be at the forefront also in terms of innovation.

Qantas is the safest airline in 2023

There Top Twenty Safest Airlines 2023 sees the Australian in first place for the new year Qantas. According to the world’s reference site for the assessment of safety and products of carriers, over its 100-year history of operations, the third oldest airline in the world, after KLM and Avianca, has stood out for an incredible first record in operations and security, and is now considered the most qualified in the industry. It is not the first time that Qantas has won: the centenary carrier has also conquered the first position from 2014 to 2017, winning again for three years in a row, in 2019, 2020 and 2021.

Air New Zealand, where passengers in Economy will also have beds, last year he took first place in the standings, while this year he has to ‘settle’ for a well-deserved second place. Win the bronze medal Etihad Airways, of the United Arab Emirates based in Abu Dhabi. Following, in the top ten positions, we find Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Tap Air Portugal, Emirates, Alaska Airlines, EVA Air. AirlineRatings’ annual report also includes the 20 safest low-cost airlines, with carriers listed alphabetically. Among these we also find easyJet, Ryanair, Vueling and Wizz Air.

Security and innovation

The ranking has been drawn up taking into consideration various factors, such as the accidents over 5 years, severe audits over 2 years, government and major association audits, fleet age, pilot training expert reports as well as covid protocols.

According to Geoffrey Thomas, managing editor of AirlineRatings, “All carriers have accidents every day and many are aircraft or engine related manufacturing issues. It’s how the crew handles these issues that makes the difference between a good airline and an unsafe one.”. The top 20 airlines considered safest 2023 are found to be those always at the forefront in safety innovation, operational excellence and the launch of new aircraft, such as the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787.

Although these have been difficult years for the travel industrywith the massive collapse of flights caused by the pandemic, major airlines have continued to invest resources in pilot training and aircraft, with the effort judged to be far above the norm.

The ranking of the 20 safest airlines of 2023

  1. Qantas
  2. Air New Zealand
  3. Etihad Airways
  4. Qatar Airways
  5. Singapore Airlines
  6. TAP Air Portugal
  7. Emirates
  8. Alaska Airlines
  9. EVA Air
  10. Virgin Australia/Atlantic
  11. Cathay Pacific Airways
  12. Hawaiian Airlines
  13. SAS
  14. United Airlines
  15. Lufthansa/Swiss Group
  16. Finnair
  17. British Airways
  18. KLM extension
  19. American Airlines
  20. Delta Air Lines

The 20 safest low cost cars of 2023 (in alphabetical order)

  • Air Arabia
  • Air Asia Group
  • Allegiant
  • AirBaltic
  • easyjet
  • FlyDubai
  • Frontier
  • Indigo
  • Jetstar Group
  • jet blue
  • Ryanair
  • Scoot
  • Southwest
  • Spicejet
  • Spirit
  • Vueling
  • Vietjet
  • Volaris
  • Westjet
  • Wizz Air

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The safest airlines for 2023

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