Bon Voyage with 5 Safest Airlines in the World
Bon Voyage with 5 Safest Airlines in the World
The commercial air travel industry has successfully retained its position as the safest forms of transportation in the world.
For years, the air travel industry has faced various drawbacks including delayed flights due to unsuitable weather conditions and missing aircrafts, but still, air travel remains the best option for many travellers. Why? Because it ensures safety, the most essential part of air travel is that air travel safety laws are very strict and are laid to overcome almost any emergency. In the situations of plane crashes due to lightning or any other reason, the laws ensure the safety of all the passengers and crews on-board.
Air travel is still the fastest way to get somewhere and at times the only way to reach some places. Since the number of travellers is increasing each day, the airline industry is constantly and steadily growing to keep up with the increasing demand. The competition amongst airlines is becoming fiercer. The airline companies are uniformly investing in their aircrafts and crew on-board to earn an edge over their competitors. Besides offering affordable prices, best in-flight entertainment, and lounges facility, safety is one of the factors that airlines are always acting on. While some airlines may ignore safety, some airlines take it as a very serious issue.
Here is a list of Top 5 safest airlines that are also the most trusted amongst the constantly growing number of carriers around the world:
- Cathway Pacific: Cathway Pacific Airways Limited, also known as Cathway pacific or Cathway is an airline company headquartered at Hong Kong International Airport. The airline’s subsidiaries have scheduled passengers and cargo in more than 60 countries worldwide. The company operates a fleet of wide-body aircraft consisting of Airbus A330, Airbus A350, and Boeing 777 equipment. The airline was founded on 24 September 1946 by H. De Kantzow and Roy C. Farrell. Besides facilities like fine dining and long haul interiors, safety is the airline’s top priority.
- British Airways: British Airways BA is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom, headquartered at Waterside, Harmondsworth. British Airways operate in over 200 cities in more than 70 countries in the world. The safety standards are always set high for British airways along with the other facilities like amazing reward programs, fair membership tiers, and clean, spacious and comfortable aircraft.
- Emirates: Emirates is the largest airways in the United Arab Emirates, it is a subsidiary of the Emirates Group which is owned by the government of the Investment Corporation Of Dubai. Being the biggest airways in the middle-east, it operates over 3,600 flights per week from its hub at Dubai International Airport, the world’s safest airport and the one with the strictest laws. Emirates have transported passengers and cargo from 150 cities in 80 countries across the six continents. Speaking of safety, Emirates has a program called “tailored arrivals” that allows the air traffic control to uplink to aircraft en route helping in ensuring safety and speed.
- Air New Zealand: Air New Zealand was founded in 1940 as Tasman Empire Airways Limited (TEAL), a company operating trans-Tasman flights between New Zealand and Australia. TEAL became wholly owned by the New Zealand Government in 1965 where it was renamed as Air New Zealand. The airlines have carried more than 196 million passengers from domestic as well as international destinations in 19 countries primarily around and within the Pacific Rim. The airline has a set of policies that protect the interest of its clients. Air New Zealand offers facilities like Air New Zealand Lounge, the network of air lounges around the world which can be accessed through members of Air New Zealand Koru. The “Minor Seating Policy” is a policy adopted by Air New Zealand and a very few other airlines which only female passengers are allowed to sit next to unaccompanied children. This policy is among the various policies that ensure the safety of travellers on-board.
- Qantas: Qantas is the largest airways by its fleet size, international flights, and international destinations it travels to. It is the third oldest airline in the world. The 96 years old airline has not had a fatal crash since 1951. It is by far the safest airline in the world and has built this reputation with its clean safety record. The airline also owns a lot of flagship lounges in the different parts of the world including Singapore, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Auckland, and Los Angeles.
Air travel is an unparalleled form of transportation preferred by millions of people worldwide. While thousands of flights takes-off and lands every day, airlines are constantly and significantly increasing its investments to make their flights safer and offer the safest air travel services to their customers. These airlines are adopting various policies to ensure that safety is never compromised.