Recently, the top 20 worlds safest Airlines was revealed by Airline ratings which sky-rocketed Qantas, the Australian National Flag carrier as the safest Airline followed by Air New Zealand and the rest.
According to Skyscanner report, backed up by Travel Payout report, January, February, and August are the traditional months where passengers can get flights at cheap rates.
This is also when families around the world are counting the cost of the festive period – and wondering where they can make a few financial cutbacks during the year ahead. And while we all want to take the safest passage possible, low-cost is a must when budget restrictions dictate.
To ease the tensions of those who are more used to flying on an Airbus A380 or Boeing Dreamliner, airlineratings.com has revealed its latest top 10 safest low-cost airlines for 2019.
Top 10 safest low-cost airlines 2019 you need to check out
Note: these Airlines are listed in Alphabetical order for easy access.
- Flybe (Based in Exeter, England)
- Frontier Airlines (Headquartered in Denver, Colorado.)
- HK Express (Hong Kong-based low-cost airline)
- Jetblue (headquartered in New York City)
- Jetstar Australia / Asia (a low-cost airline based in Singapore.)
- Thomas Cook (Charter airline headquartered in Manchester, England)
- Volaris (A Mexican low-cost airline based in Santa Fe, Álvaro Obregón
- Vueling (a Spanish low-cost airline based at El Prat de Llobregat in Greater Barcelona)
- Westjet (Canadian low-cost airline)
- Wizz Air (a Hungarian low-cost airline)
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Does Low-cost Airlines means Least Safe Airlines
Low-cost Airline doesn’t necessarily mean least safe Airlines when it comes to air travel. All the airlines ranked by Airline Ratings as the top 10 low-cost airlines are seven-star airlines, so technically they are as good as the top 20 Airlines that was recently revealed.
The safety of low-cost carriers came under the spotlight in 2018 when a plane belonging to Lion Air crashed in October, killing all 189 people on board.
Unlike a number of low-cost carriers, the airlines in the top 10 list have all passed the stringent International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) and were found to have excellent safety records.
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According to the Aviation Safety Network, Fifteen separate plane crashes in 2018 resulted in 556 deaths, yet 2018 was the third-safest year in aviation history in terms of the number of fatal accidents and the ninth-safest in terms of lives lost.