The German research Bureau JACDEC, which investigates aviation accidents, presented its rating of the 60 safest airlines in the world, which the organization has published since 1973.
The leaders of the rating were 10 airlines that have been flying without accidents for more than 30 years.
The first place went to the Australian airline Qantas, whose aircraft after the Second world war did not have an emergency with human victims. Moreover, Qantas was also one of the oldest airlines in the world (founded in 1922). Continue reading