JACDEC


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JACDECJet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre (Germany)
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The Airline Safety Ranking by JACDEC, consistently rated Emirates as the second-safest carrier in the world, just behind Cathay Pacific Airways, for 2015 and 2016.
Finnair is now the world's safest airline, followed by Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific and Emirates, according to JACDEC Safety Ranking 2012.
Jacdec counted 496 fatalities on commercial passenger flights in 2012, two fewer than 2011.
Neither Dana Air nor Bhoja Air was included in the Jacdec survey, which looked at the 60 largest carriers in operation.
The airline also has one of the world's best safety records in that it has not had a major accident in its 24 years of operation, and it was ranked third in airline safety in 2016 by JACDEC, a German airline safety data evaluation firm.
The survey by Hamburg-based Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre, or Jacdec, that examined 60 of the world's air carriers, said Finnair is the safest airline followed by Air New Zealand, Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific, the UAE's Emirates and Etihad Airways.
The airline has been named a SKYTRAX five-star airline for six consecutive years, has one of the world's best safety records in that it has not had a major accident in its 24 years of operation and was ranked third in airline safety by JACDEC, a German airline safety data evaluation firm.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 6, 2017-Hainan Airlines ranks third in JACDEC airline safety report
Transaero Airlines said it has been placed on the 17th position in the ranking of the safest airlines in the world by JACDEC German Research Center.
According to the German Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Center (JACDEC), Transaero ranks among the top 20 safest carriers in the world.