AirAsia safety rated as Dangerous
UPDATE ON AIRLINE SAFETY RATINGS- IT GETS WORSE FOR AIRASIA
A list of the most dangerous airlines in the world has been released and while AirAsia Indonesia is included, Malaysia Airlines is not.
The list of the most dangerous airlines of the world was published in the Daily Mail (Australia edition) recently. The following is extracted from the Daily Mail Australia 4 May 2016.
“The Malaysian carrier MAS scored five out of a possible seven stars for its safety record, as opposed to five airlines which just manage one star.
Three AirAsia subsidiaries – in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines – were included on the list, scoring just two, three and three stars respectively.
Indonesia’s AirAsia Flight QZ8501 crashed into the Java Sea on December 28, killing all 162 people on board.
AirlineRatings.com reveals that out of the 449 airlines studied, five airlines received one star or less in the website’s seven-star safety ranking. There were 149 airlines which achieved seven-stars while 58 scored six stars and almost 41 had just three stars or less.
THE AIRLINES GIVEN JUST TWO OR THREE STARS OUT OF SEVEN FOR SAFETY:
Air Bagan – Myanmar
Air India Express – India
AirAsia Malaysia – Malaysia
AirAsia Indonesia – Indonesia
AirAsia Zest – Philippines
Airlines PNG – Papua New Guinea
ASKY Airlines – West Africa conglomerate
Avia Traffic Company – Kyrgyzstan
Blue Wing – Suriname
Camair-Co – Camaroon
Cambodia Angkor Air – Cambodia
Daallo Airlines – Dubai
Drukair Royal Bhutan – Bhutan
Fastjet – Tanzania
fly540 – Kenya
Garuda Indonesia – Indonesia
Iraqi Airways – Iraq
JetStar Pacific – Vietnam
Lao Airlines – Laos
Maldivian – Maldives
Maldivian Air Taxi – Maldives
Mega Maldives – Maldives
Moldavian Airlines – Moldova
Nauru Airlines – Republic of Nauru
Polynesian Airlines – Samoa
Rwand Air – Rwanda
Somon Air – Tajikistan
Sriwijaya Air – Indonesia
TAAG Angola Airlines – Angola
Tajik Air – Tajikistan
Trans Maldivian Airways – Maldives
VietJet Air – Vietnam
Wings Air – Indonesia
Xpress Air – Indonesia
Yeti Airlines – Nepal
THE MAS PARADOX
Interestingly and for all its problems with two tragic flights in 2014, Malaysia Airlines earned five out of seven stars.
The airline was involved in two major crashes last year when Flight MH370 went missing in March 2014 carrying 239 people”.