Top 10 most reliable airlines
According to the latest data, flying has never been as safe as it is now. According to Aviation Safety Network experts, 2020 has been the safest year in commercial aviation history. Every year the number of air crashes decreases, and the chance of dying in a plane crash is negligible.
Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand’s route network centers on Australasia and the South Pacific, with long-haul flights to East Asia and North America. It was the last airline to circumnavigate the world with flights to London Heathrow via Los Angeles and Hong Kong. However, in in March 2013 Air New Zealand ended flights from Hong Kong to London in favor of a codeshare agreement with Cathay Pacific.
The main hub of the airline is the Auckland Airport, located near Mangere in the southern part of Auckland.
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Qatar Airways is the flag carrier of Qatar and one of the largest airlines in the world. It’s known for the luxury options it offers, like private business-class suites with sliding doors.
Its fleet includes more than 190 aircraft, including the latest Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The company is based at Hamad Airport (Doha) and is a member of the Oneworld alliance.
Etihad Airways is the second largest airline in the United Arab Emirates and was founded in 2003. Currently not a part of any global alliances, it’s based at the airport in Abu Dhabi.
The company’s fleet includes more than 120 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, including the latest A380 and Dreamliner. It’s famous for the excellent in-flight experience and sumptuous cabin options.
Qantas is Australia’s largest airline with domestic and international flights worldwide. The headquarters is located in Sydney, and the carrier’s main airports are the international airports of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Additional transport hubs for Qantas are the airports of Perth, Adelaide and Dubai.
Thanks to the kangaroo on the tails of its aircraft, the airline received the nickname The Flying Kangaroo.
Singapore Airlines consistently ranks among the best airlines in the world. It has impressed its customers with its dynamism in opening up new ultra-long flights.
Between Singapore and New York, Singapore Airlines offers truly lavish first-class flights, as well as wider seats, extra cabin space and chef-designed meals even in the economy class.
One of the world’s largest airlines based in Dubai (UAE). Established in 1985 by the top management of the emirate of Dubai for the development of tourism and infrastructure in the United Arab Emirates.
Throughout its history, Emirates has repeatedly received awards for the quality of services provided to passengers, and has also received the title of “the world’s largest international air carrier” several times. The company’s international freight division has also been awarded for quality services.
Taiwanese international airline based at Tai’an Taoyuan Airport. The company provides passenger and cargo air transportation to more than 60 destinations in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.
The airline is headquartered in Taoyuan. EVA Air is the second largest Taiwanese airline after China Airlines. Cabin crew and service consistently deserve particularly great customer reviews.
The UK’s largest carrier, British Airways was founded in 1974. Currently part of the OneWorld alliance, based at Heathrow Airport (London).
The company’s fleet includes more than 250 aircraft, including the latest Airbus A-380 and Boeing 787 liners. Its slogan is “Flying is Magic”, and the company proves it all the time
American Airlines (abbreviated as American or AA) is an US airline headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.
The company is one of the largest air carriers in the world and occupies a leading position in terms of fleet size, revenue, passenger traffic and the number of destinations served.
The national carrier of Germany, the largest European and one of the largest global airlines.
In total, Lufthansa flies to 78 countries to over 200 destinations. The air fleet of the entire airline, including subsidiary carriers, has about 620 aircraft, and the total passenger traffic of the company exceeds 100 million people annually.