Air travel is one of the safest modes of transportation known today. While we all want to take the safest way possible, lower costs are required when budget constraints dictate. Airline ratings have unveiled its top 10 safest aircraft in 2019 in alphabetical order.
Flybe is a British low-cost airliner based in Exeter, and the largest regional airline based in Europe. The airline is flying to more than 100 destinations in about a dozen European countries. Flybe has rented seats on all flights and passengers have the option of choosing a seat online ahead of time. Economy Plus ticket holders get a complimentary drink and snack, access to Flybe Executive Lounges, free first-booked seats, and the first entry. Flybe does not offer First Class and BusinessClass.
Frontier Airlines is a Denver-based ultralow-cost carrier based in Denver. The airline currently operates in more than 100 cities in the United States and in six regions of the world, employing more than 3,000 pedestrian professionals. Frontier Airlines says: "We believe everyone should go and are committed to delivering 'Food Fares Done Right. This is beyond the tagline. It's our driving philosophy." Frontier has recently revived its standard fliers system now known as "Frontier Miles" and offers its regular customers new and exciting benefits.
3. Hong Kong Express.
Hong Kong Express or HK Express is a low-cost airline that provides flights to many parts of Asia. Its fleet of Airbus A320 and A321 showcases the location of All Wealth. As a low-cost manager, passengers can expect to pay extra for items such as food and beverages served on board, as well as high-quality seats and the first entry. In April 2019, airline Cathay Pacific announced it had acquired a Hong Kong-based airline.
JetBlue Airways is a low-cost airline based in New York. It flies in more than 85 locations with the United States, as well as other points in North America, the Caribbean, and South America. Its ships are primarily designed with just an Economy Class cabin, however, a two-cabin service is available on a limited number of routes. JetBlue is not part of any major airlines, but it has codeshare plans with more than 35 other airlines. The airline is constantly updating and upgrading ships to bring a new generation of aircraft and has more than 250 different jets in service.
5. Jetstar Asia.
Jetstar Asia is a low-cost airline, founded in 2004 and based in Singapore. It is the Asian branch of the parent JetstarAirways, a subsidiary of Australia's Qantas Airlines. Jetstar Asia ships contain A320-200s. Their planes have 30-foot leather seats and passengers can purchase a selection of online seats and their distribution.
6. Thomas Cook.
Thomas Cook Airlines is a British-based airline that operates non-stop airplanes in about 95 locations. This includes points in Europe and in mountainous areas in Africa, Asia, North America, and the Caribbean. Mainly cater to holidaymakers, the aircraft mostly travels with single cabinet Economy Class cabinets; however, some aircraft also have a Premium Economy Class cabinet.
Mexico's second-largest airliner, Volarisis, is a low-cost airline that can fly to about 50 locations. That includes 35 points in Mexico and about 15 places in the United States. The aircraft are lined with JustEconomy Class seats, though passengers may pay more for pre-cabin seating options, as well as seats with more leg seats. Food and drink are available for purchase on the plane.
Vueling Airlines is a low-cost airline based in Spain and the second-largest airline in the country. The airline does not land in some 155 locations in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Vueling Airlines incorporates a single EconomyClass cabinet, though passengers may pay more for the seats they choose for the extra room in front of the aircraft. Vueling's fleet consists of an Airbus A319-100, an Airbus A320-200, and an Airbus A321-200.
Canadian subsidiary WestJet Airlines is the second-largest airline in the country. The airline is flying at about 90 locations. This includes places in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and Europe. WestJet operates aircraft for all economy class seats. Passengers can opt for a certain ride fare that can provide popular seats in front of an airplane with extra leg space. WestJet also uses a flyer commonly called WestJet Rewards to reward regular airline passengers.
10. Wizz Air
Wizz Air in Budapest is a low-cost airline and the largest airline in Hungary. The non-stop flight to about 100 smaller or private airports in 35 countries. This includes points in Europe, and in the rivers of Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The Wizz Air fleet contains aircraft with Economy Class seats.