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The World’s 13 Most Dangerous Airlines : has released a list of the world’s most dangerous airlines to fly, basing them on a rating scale out of seven stars. The airlines below all have a rating of two stars or below and are rated on factors such as is the airline certified by the International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), are they blacklisted from the European Union.

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13. Yeti Airlines

Yeti-Airlines – One star

Based in Kathmandu, Nepal this airline was established in 1998 and together with Tara Air forms the largest domestic flight operator in Nepal. Yeti Airlines serves ten domestic destinations with seven aircrafts in operation.

12. Sriwijaya Air

Sriwijaya_supadio – Two star

Sriwijaya Air is a privately owned airline that started its operations in 2003 and services cities within Indonesia and 3 international destinations.

11. Air Bagan

Air_Bagan_Fokker_100_MRD-2 – Two star

Established in 2004 Air Bagan operates domestically in Myanmar with over 20 destinations.

10. Susi Air

4 – Two star

The airlines of Indonesia, Susi Air operates commercial and charter flights throughout the islands of Indonesia and has been around since 2004.

9. Merpati Airlines

Merpati_Nusantara_Vickers_953_Vanguard_Fitzgerald – Two star

Merpati Airlines was established in 1962 by the Indonesian government as the second-state airline. Currently it is a major domestic airline with service to over 25 destinations in Indonesia, as well as flying to East Timor and Malaysia.

8. Daallo Airlines

Daallo Airlines – Two star

Daallo Airlines is a Somali owned airline with its headquarters in Dubai and its main operating hub at Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport. Destinations include the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.

7. Ariana Afghan Airways

Ariana_Afghan_A310-300_F-GEMO – Two star

Established in 1955 this airline has been blacklisted from the European Union since 2006 due to safety concerns. During the Taliban era the airline was completely grounded.

6. Bluewing Airlines

blue wings a320-200_444ea39e87ab1750545135723c9c4397_rb_597 – Two star

Bluewing Airlines has operated since 2002. This small airline generally transports passengers to destinations in the interior of Suriname, Guyana, Brazil, Venezuela and the Caribbean.

5.Tara Air


See Also – Two star

Tara Air, a subsidiary of Yeti Air (previously mentioned) is a newly formed airline being established in 2009. With its main hub at the Tribhuvan International Airport this airline operates the short take off and landing services.

4. Lion Air

airplane-lion – One star

Indonesia’s largest privately run airline started operations in the year 2000 and perhaps has the worst safety record on this list. The safety record for Lion Air can rightfully be called atrocious with over eight serious incidents and a number of fatalities in the last decade.

3. Nepal Airlines

Nepal_Airlines_B757-200M_9N-ACB_Tribhuvan – One star

It was Nepal’s first airline in 1958 with a handful of domestic flights. It has now grown to flying to over 39 destinations including seven international ones. None of these destinations include anywhere in the European Union as all Nepalese airlines are blacklisted; including Nepal Airlines.

2. SCAT Airlines

SCAT Airlines – One star

The low cost carrier SCAT Airlines was established in 1997 and operates in all major cities of Kazakhstan and neighboring countries. This airline is deemed one of the most dangerous airlines in the world according to this study. SCAT is banned from entering European airspace.

1. Kam Air

1. Kam Air – One star

Coming in with just one star Kam Air is amongst only 4 others that topped the list for the most dangerous airlines in the world. This Afghanistan based airline is based out of Kabul and has been in operation since 2003. Kam Air was the first ever privately owned passenger airline in Afghanistan and operates domestic passenger’s services and regional international services. Kam Air did try to schedule flights into Europe but as of 2010 the European Union (EU) banned all afghan carriers from flying into the EU due to safety concerns.

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