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All commercial planes are equally safe, right?

All commercial planes are equally safe, right?

| Aug 22, 2019 | Uncategorized |

As a frequent flier, you are likely used to hearing the engines rev during a pre-flight check and staying buckled into your seat during turbulence. Because of your previous airline experiences, you may not have concerns about flying. Yet, inexperienced travelers may be nervous about whether they will reach their destination.

Although a high percentage of commercial airplanes take off and land without a problem, crashes often flood news reports. One incident can raise anxiety about what happened and the probability that it will reoccur, as well as make people wonder if there is a better option when booking a flight.

Regardless of whether you are a seasoned traveler or never boarded a plane, aircraft manufacturer safety statistics may be of interest.

Airplane models without a fatal crash record

Ratings show Qantas is the safest airline for 2019. American Airlines, United Airlines and Singapore Airlines are also among the safest top 20 commercial carriers. Though, they may not always offer flights to your chosen destination.

As you book your next trip, you can search for an airplane with a clean flight record. And despite the grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max earlier this year, you can fly on a model with no reported fatal crashes while in commercial service.

The manufacturers of the safest airplane models include:

  • Boeing
  • Embraer
  • Airbus

Many factors contribute to a plane’s safety record – some of which could be unpreventable. However, in the rare event that you suffer an injury or lose a loved one during flight, trained federal investigators will examine the evidence to determine what caused the crash.

If need be, you could be influential in confirming the airline’s adherence to established federal safety regulations, or the lack thereof. And in some cases, you may have options for holding them accountable.