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    Default Airlines safety ranking

    http://sbr.com.sg/aviation/news/four...ines-are-asias

    Alamak... SIA not in top 10 safest...

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    Don't read too much into these reports and data analysis. It is all biz and how they play the games. $$ talks.

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    Default Re: Airlines safety ranking

    Money talks and so called independent studies can be skewed in favour of some.

    Finnair is #1.
    Air New Zealand is #2.
    Cathay Pacific is #3.
    British Airways is #10.
    All Nippon Airways is #12.

    Finnair has 2 crashes in 1961 and 1963. Multiple deaths.
    Air New Zealand has 1 crash in 1979. Multiple deaths.
    Cathay pacific has 2 crashes in 1954 and 1972. Multiple deaths.
    British Airways Is Named As Airline With Poor Safety Record. British Airways has 2 crashes in 1976 and 2008. Multiple deaths.
    All Nippon Airways has 4 crashes in 1958, 1966, 1966, 1971. Multiple deaths.

    SIA is ranked #30 below Jetstar #20 and Air Asia #29.

    SIA has 1 crash in 2000. Multiple deaths.

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    Last edited by ricohflex; 27th February 2013 at 11:26 PM.

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