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World's Safest Airlines 2018

AirlineRatings released the list of the world's safest airlines and the world's safest low-cost airlines for 2018 which in 2017 was named the safest year in the aviation world. Air New Zealand, All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Virgin Australia, HK Express and Jetstar Australia are included.

AirlineRatings.com has several times released the list of the safest airlines. Since 2013, they have monitored the security system of about 400 airlines in the world to announce the same list each year. The site regularly also releases the most timely airport.

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Airlines listed on the safest list should have the best security system to get seven star ratings including the best fleet maintenance, technology and lowest plane crash record. The list is based on the alphabet, but Qantas airline is said to be the safest airline in the world.

"For instance, Australia’s Qantas has been recognized by the British Advertising Standards Association in a test case as the world’s most experienced airline," said AirlineRatings.com Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Thomas.

"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. But Qantas is not alone. Long established airlines such as Hawaiian and Finnair have perfect records in the jet era," said Thomas.

Qantas, based in Australia, has a good safety record and is always considered to use the current technology. AirlineRatings also released a list of 20 low-cost airlines that acquire a seven-star security system.

They also announced the list of airlines that only get one star in the assessment are Air Koryo, Bluewing Airlines, Buddha Air, Nepal Airlines, Tara Air, Trigana Air Service and Yeti Airlines. Here's a complete list sorted by alphabet:

World's Safest Airlines 2018

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
Virgin Australia

World's Safest Low-cost Airlines 2018

Aer Lingus
Flybe
Frontier
HK Express
Jetblue
Jetstar Australia
Thomas Cook
Virgin America
Vueling
Westjet
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