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World's safest airlines

February 06, 2015, 18:28 UTC+3
TransAsia plane crash in Taipei became the eighth deadly incident involving Asian aircrafts in the last year
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World’s new leading airline in terms of its safety record is Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong
World’s new leading airline in terms of its safety record is Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong
World’s new leading airline in terms of its safety record is Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong
© AP Photo/Cathay Pacific Airways, HO
Emirates which is one of two flag carriers of the United Arab Emirates is ranked second. Photo: A stewardess inside an Emirates A380 aircraft
Emirates which is one of two flag carriers of the United Arab Emirates is ranked second. Photo: A stewardess inside an Emirates A380 aircraft
Emirates which is one of two flag carriers of the United Arab Emirates is ranked second. Photo: A stewardess inside an Emirates A380 aircraft
© AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A
EVA Airways, a Taiwanese international airline comes third. Photo: Hello Kitty-themed EVA Air Airbus 330-300 jet from Japan approaching to land at the Sungshan Airport in Taipei
EVA Airways, a Taiwanese international airline comes third. Photo: Hello Kitty-themed EVA Air Airbus 330-300 jet from Japan approaching to land at the Sungshan Airport in Taipei
EVA Airways, a Taiwanese international airline comes third. Photo: Hello Kitty-themed EVA Air Airbus 330-300 jet from Japan approaching to land at the Sungshan Airport in Taipei
© AP Photo/Wally Santana
The fourth position was taken by Canadian national carrier Air Canada
The fourth position was taken by Canadian national carrier Air Canada
The fourth position was taken by Canadian national carrier Air Canada
© EPA/UDO WEITZ
KLM, or Royal Dutch Airlines is ranked fifth.  It is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name. Photo: KLM passenger planes takes off from Schiphol airport in Amsterdam
KLM, or Royal Dutch Airlines is ranked fifth.  It is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name. Photo: KLM passenger planes takes off from Schiphol airport in Amsterdam
KLM, or Royal Dutch Airlines is ranked fifth. It is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name. Photo: KLM passenger planes takes off from Schiphol airport in Amsterdam
© AP Photo/Peter Dejong
Air New Zealand which was leader of last year's rating is sixth in 2015. Photo: Air New Zealand's Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner after the arrival at Auckland Airport
Air New Zealand which was leader of last year's rating is sixth in 2015. Photo: Air New Zealand's Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner after the arrival at Auckland Airport
Air New Zealand which was leader of last year's rating is sixth in 2015. Photo: Air New Zealand's Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner after the arrival at Auckland Airport
© AP Photo/New Zealand Herald, Peter Meecham
Qantas Airways which is the flag carrier of Australia is ranked 7th. The last deadly incident involving Qantas aircraft occurred in 1951
Qantas Airways which is the flag carrier of Australia is ranked 7th. The last deadly incident involving Qantas aircraft occurred in 1951
Qantas Airways which is the flag carrier of Australia is ranked 7th. The last deadly incident involving Qantas aircraft occurred in 1951
© AP Photo/Rick Rycroft
Eighth position was taken by China's Hainan Airlines
Eighth position was taken by China's Hainan Airlines
Eighth position was taken by China's Hainan Airlines
© AP Photo/M. Spencer Green
JetBlue Airways, an American low-cost airline, is ranked 9th. Photo: Passengers at a security check point at JetBlue Airways' Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York
JetBlue Airways, an American low-cost airline, is ranked 9th. Photo: Passengers at a security check point at JetBlue Airways' Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York
JetBlue Airways, an American low-cost airline, is ranked 9th. Photo: Passengers at a security check point at JetBlue Airways' Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York
© AP Photo/Mark Lennihan
Etihad Airways comes tenth
Etihad Airways comes tenth
Etihad Airways comes tenth
© AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili
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World’s new leading airline in terms of its safety record is Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong
© AP Photo/Cathay Pacific Airways, HO
Emirates which is one of two flag carriers of the United Arab Emirates is ranked second. Photo: A stewardess inside an Emirates A380 aircraft
© AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A
EVA Airways, a Taiwanese international airline comes third. Photo: Hello Kitty-themed EVA Air Airbus 330-300 jet from Japan approaching to land at the Sungshan Airport in Taipei
© AP Photo/Wally Santana
The fourth position was taken by Canadian national carrier Air Canada
© EPA/UDO WEITZ
KLM, or Royal Dutch Airlines is ranked fifth. It is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name. Photo: KLM passenger planes takes off from Schiphol airport in Amsterdam
© AP Photo/Peter Dejong
Air New Zealand which was leader of last year's rating is sixth in 2015. Photo: Air New Zealand's Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner after the arrival at Auckland Airport
© AP Photo/New Zealand Herald, Peter Meecham
Qantas Airways which is the flag carrier of Australia is ranked 7th. The last deadly incident involving Qantas aircraft occurred in 1951
© AP Photo/Rick Rycroft
Eighth position was taken by China's Hainan Airlines
© AP Photo/M. Spencer Green
JetBlue Airways, an American low-cost airline, is ranked 9th. Photo: Passengers at a security check point at JetBlue Airways' Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York
© AP Photo/Mark Lennihan
Etihad Airways comes tenth
© AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili

TransAsia plane crash in Taipei became the eighth deadly incident involving Asian aircrafts in the last year. Starting from 1973 German Research Center JACDEC (Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre) provides global safety analysis about commercial aviaion, based on the information about accidents involving aircrafts of 60 largest airlines. World's safest airlines for 2015, according to JACDEC - in photo gallery by TASS

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