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Safest Airlines in Asia and Australasia Since 1970

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The boom in the tourism industry and deregulation of Airlines has led to a boom in air travel in Asia and Australasia. Despite the increased in global traffic, some of the safest Airlines in the world comes from this part of the world. The following below is list of Airlines that have no fatalities since 1970.

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Qantas (1920) Report Abuse
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Singapore Airlines Report Abuse
No doubt the best airlines for being on time and no incidents have happened so far..
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Actually it had a crash in 2000
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Airlink [Australia](1991) Report Abuse
Officially known as National Jet Systems (NJS), this airline initially began operation on behalf of Australian Airlines mostly to northern Australia under the brand name “Airlink”. In 2005, the entire operation was rebranded under the name “QantasLink”.
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Royal Brunei Airlines (1975) Report Abuse
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Sahara Airlines (1991) Report Abuse
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TransAsia Airways (1951) Report Abuse
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Air Do (1998) Report Abuse
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Air Macau (1995) Report Abuse
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Air Niugini (1973) Report Abuse
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Angel Airlines (1998) Report Abuse
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Awair International (2000) Report Abuse
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Flight West Airlines (1987) Report Abuse
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Fujian Airlines (1993) Report Abuse
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Hainan Airlines (1989) Report Abuse
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Impulse Airlines (1992) Report Abuse
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JAL Express (1998) Report Abuse
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JALways (1991) Report Abuse
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Japan Air System Japan Asia Airways (1975) Japan TransOcean Air Report Abuse
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Mandarin Airlines (1991) Report Abuse
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Shandong Airlines (1994) Report Abuse
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Shanghai Airlines (1985) Report Abuse
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Sichuan Airlines (1988) Report Abuse
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Skymark Airlines (1998) Report Abuse
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U-Land Airlines (1989) Report Abuse
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UNI Airways (1988) Report Abuse
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Zhongyuan Airlines (1986) Report Abuse
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AirAsia (1993) Report Abuse
The Airline was originally a subsidiary of the Malaysian Government linked company, DRB-Hicom. The heavily indebted airline was later sold for a token sum of one ringgit (27 US cents) to ex-Time Warner executive Tony Fernandes's company Tune Air Sdn Bhd. Expanding at breakneck speed with promotional fares as low as one ringgit (27 US cents), Air Asia is today the largest and one of the most profitable airlines around in the Asian pacific region despite the global economic downturn. “Now Everyone Can Fly”.
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Dragonair (1985) Report Abuse
A subsidiary of Cathay Pacific, Dragonair is an affiliate member of the Oneworld alliance. Its maiden flight departed Kai Tak international airport, Hong Kong for Kota Kinabalu international airport, Malaysia on July 1985.today, together with its parent company, Cathay pacific, Dragonair carried almost 25 million passengers on 138,000 flights yearly.
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EVA Air (1991) Report Abuse
Based at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Taiwan, EVA Airways fly to over 40 international destinations and is the second largest Taiwanese Airline, next to china Airlines. The Airline slogan’s is slogan is "Just relax, you're home in the air."
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Jet Airways (1993) Report Abuse
Based in Mumbai, India, jet airways is india 3rd largest airline. It flies to 64 international destinations with 400 flights everyday. It was voted by Which? Magazine in July 2008 as the 2nd best long haul airline in the world after Singapore Airlines.
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Shaheen Air (1993) Report Abuse
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Least punctual airline.
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