AirlineRatings is a website that ranks products and the safety of the 385 airlines that it monitors in the world.
To make the list of the safest in 2023, several aspects were taken into account, such as: accidents that have occurred in the last five years, serious incidents, age of the airline, pilot training, among others.
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The airline that ranks first is air new zealand, according to Airline Ratings, has the fleet that meets the most requirements in the evaluation. «The airline is always innovating and doesn’t settle for using standard products and seats, but goes a step further,» Geoffrey Thomas, editor-in-chief of AirlineRatings.com, told CNN Travel.
In second place is Qatar airlines, airlines that by 2022 obtained the best classification in the ranking. This company has several awards such as: Best business class, best restaurant and excellence in long-distance travel.
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Third place is taken by Etihad Airways, it is the secondary national airline of the United Arab Emirates with its headquarters in the capital city of Abu Dhabi. It operates routes to the Middle East, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas.
Safest airlines to travel in 2023
- air new zealand
- Qatar airlines
- Etihad Airlines
- korean air
- Singapore Airlines
- Virgin Australia/ Virgin Atlantic
- eva air
- Cathay Pacific Airways
- Lufthansa / Switzerland
- TAP Portugal
- All Nippon Airways
- delta airlines
- air canada
- British Airways
- jet blue
- vietnamese airlines
- turkish airlines
- Alaska Airlines
- united airlines
“Our 20 Safest Airlines 2023 are always at the forefront of operational safety innovation, excellence and the launch of new, more advanced aircraft like the Airbus A350 (above) and Boeing 787,” said the editor-in-chief of AirlineRatings. com, Geoffrey Thomas.
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