AirlineRatings.com examined all of the information of the airline companies in terms of incident reports, fatality records and operational excellence.
The results of assessments show us the safest airlines became Qantas Airlines with 7 stars.
As you remember last year humanity faced through two serious crashes which made pilot’s mental wellbeing a current issue after the incident of Germanwings in March 2015 crashing to French Alps because of the pilot Andreas Lubitz’s suicidal tendencies.
But Germanwings has seven star safety ranking for 2016. AirlineRatings.com editor Geoffrey Thomas explained the situation:
“In our rating system, which is endorsed by aviation’s governing body the International Civil Aviation Organisation, if deaths occurred through acts of terrorism, high jacking or pilot suicide, they are not included in the crash record,”
If one airline crash and that crash resulted with death of passanger and or crew lose a star from its safety-rating rankings.
Two leader European budget airline companies easyJet and Ryanair is also carried 180 million passenger with no incident.
Keep your mind when you choosing.