Here are the most dangerous airlines

Here are the most dangerous airlines
These are the airlines to avoid if you value safety.

Nepal, Indonesia and the South American country of Suriname has the most dangerous airlines in the world, according to the global airline analyst

Since its establishment in 2013, the analyst has monitored 407 airlines and annually published a list of the world's safest - and the least safe - airlines.

Of the companies that have been assessed, 148 companies receive seven out of seven possible stars for safety.

50 companies have three or fewer stars.

At the bottom of the list are ten airlines that only got one star each.

All these ten airlines are located in Nepal, Indonesia and Suriname.

According to the website, an airline loses stars if it only uses Russian-built aircraft, if it has planes that have been grounded during the past five years or if they have had planes involved a crash in the last ten years.

The 10 most dangerous airlines in the world:

Batik Air
Blue Wing Airlines
Kal-Star Aviation
Lion Air
Sriwijaya Air
Trigana Air Service
Wings Air
Xpress Air

Despite several tragic air accidents in recent years, statistically it has never been safer to fly than now. Last year 34 million flights with 3.6 billion passengers were registered, and only 16 aircraft accidents.

Altogether 560 people lost their lives in aircraft accidents or terror last year.

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