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Qantas reclaims world’s safest airline title

Qantas reclaims world's safest airline title, the only website in the world that rates safety, products, and COVID, has named Qantas the safest airline in the world for 2023.

The Australian airline has regained the top spot in’s Top Twenty Safest Airlines 2023 just edging out last year’s winner Air New Zealand by the finest of margins.


In making its evaluation, takes into account a comprehensive range of factors that include: serious incidents, fatal accidents, audits from aviation’s governing and industry bodies, profitability, industry-leading safety initiatives, expert pilot training assessment and fleet age.

Top 20 Safest and low-cost airlines for 2023(Opens in a new browser tab)


In selecting Qantas as the world’s safest airline for 2023, editors noted that over its 100-year operational history the world’s oldest continuously operating airline has amassed an amazing record of firsts in operations and safety and is now accepted as the industry’s most experienced airline. *

The Australian airline has been a leader in the development of the Future Air Navigation System; the flight data recorder to monitor plane and later crew performance; automatic landings using the Global Navigation Satellite System as well as precision approaches around mountains in all weather using RNP.  Qantas was the lead airline with real-time monitoring of its engines across its fleet using satellite communications, which has enabled the airline to detect problems before they become a major safety issue.


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Last year the airline placed the largest order in its history for 12, 369-seat A350-1000s ultra-long-range jets, 20, 206-seat A321XLRs and 20, 120-seat A220s plus over 106 purchase right options spread amongst the different types to be supplied over 10 years.



The Top Twenty Safest Airlines in the ranking are here

  1. Qantas,
  2. Air New Zealand,
  3. Etihad Airways,
  4. Qatar Airways,
  5. Singapore Airlines,
  6. TAP Air Portugal,
  7. Emirates,
  8. Alaska Airlines,
  9. EVA Air,
  10. Virgin Australia/Atlantic,
  11. Cathay Pacific Airways,
  12. Hawaiian Airlines,
  13. SAS,
  14. United Airlines,
  15. Lufthansa/Swiss Group,
  16. Finnair,
  17. British Airways,
  18. KLM,
  19. American Airlines
  20. Delta Air Lines.