LiburMulu.Com – Do you like traveling? Like to travel by plane? That means you need to read this article! For the sake of your safety, you should not ride this airline in 2016! The annual survey reveals that some of the world's major airlines have some bad safety records.
Website AirlineRatings.com examined audit results from government aviation agencies and several aviation associations, as well as audits of fatal airline accident records. from the government. Also checked at each airline records operational history, event records and operational quality.
The website provides several security ratings for 407 airlines. Some airlines are rated up to seven stars. Around 148 were rated as the best airlines, while almost 50 airlines only had three stars or even less.
From the survey 10 airlines appeared to be considered unsafe to fly. Sadly, out of the 10 flights released, most of them are airlines from Indonesia, and the rest are from Nepal and even Suriname.
Now, you want to fly in 2016? We recommend that you consider again if you board one of these 10 airlines! This Is The World's Most Unsafe Airline Based On AirlineRatings!
Batik Air is Indonesia's newest private airline founded in 2013. The airline is a full service subsidiary of Lion Air. The first flight was held on Friday 3 May 2013 from Jakarta to Manado.
Blue Wing Airlines n.v. is an airline with head office on the grounds of Zorg en Hoop Airport in Paramaribo, Suriname. The airline began operations in January 2002. They run aircraft charter services and also fly from Paramaribo to destinations in the interior of Suriname, Guyana, Brazil, Venezuela and the Caribbean region.
Its main base is Zorg en Hoop Airport. flights that are banned in the European Union; However, they were removed from the list on November 28, 2007. However, on July 6, 2010, the airline was once again on the blacklist and remains on the blacklist until now.
Citilink (PT Citilink Indonesia) is a low-cost airline and subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia. The company was established in 2001 as a Strategic Business Unit (SBU) and functioned as one of the low-cost airline alternatives in Indonesia.
Since 30 July 2012 Citilink officially operates as a business entity separate from Garuda Indonesia after obtaining an Air Operator Certificate ( AOC). Citilink operates with 17 aircraft with new logos, call signs and uniforms. The main airport connecting the airline is Juanda International Airport in Surabaya.
Kal Star Aviation is an airline based in Serpong, Indonesia. Kal Star Aviation is listed in category 1 by the Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority for the quality of aviation safety and the airline is listed as an airline that is banned in the European Union.
PT Lion Mentari Airlines operates as Lion Air is a low-cost airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Lion Air itself is the largest private airline in Indonesia.
With a network of routes in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Saudi Arabia and charter routes to China and Hong Kong, Lion Air makes itself a Regional player that will compete with Air Asia from Malaysia
Throughout its operational year, Lion Air experienced a significant increase in fleet since its operational year in 2000 by holding a number of major contracts, one of which was the procurement of aircraft with Airbus and Boeing with a total of US $ 46.4 billion for the fleet of 234 Airbus units. A320 and 203 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
Sriwijaya Air was an airline in Indonesia. Sriwijaya Air was founded by the Lie family (Hendry Lie and Chandra Lie) with Johannes Bundjamin and Andy Halim. Currently Sriwijaya Air is the third largest airline in Indonesia, and since 2007 it is currently listed as one of the National Airlines that has the category 1 security standard in Indonesia.
PT. TransNusa Aviation Mandiri, usually abbreviated as TransNusa, is a domestic airline in Indonesia that serves eastern Indonesia, especially Nusa Tenggara and Bali. The main base of the airline is in El Tari Airport, Kupang.
Launched in August 2005 serving various destinations from Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara and Denpasar Bali with 5 aircraft of Fokker 50 owned by themselves and 1 BAe 146 in cooperation with PT. Aviastar Mandiri. In August 2011, TransNusa received its own air operator certificate (AOC) and scheduled commercial flight permits.
The company began operations in early 1991 with two fixed wing Beechcraft B200C King Air aircraft, and by the end of that year added two license helicopters made by Bell 412SP. They also operate 2 ATR planes for Hainan Airlines from Sanya to Haikou and Hanoi.
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Wings Air (Wings Abadi Airlines) is a domestic airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. The airline was inaugurated in 2003 and began operations on June 13, 2003. Its shares are 100% owned by Lion Air. The airline operates domestic flights throughout Indonesia and two international flights to Malaysia.
XpressAir is an Indonesian airline based in Makassar. The focus of this airline is eastern Indonesia. Its main contacts include Jayapura, Manado, Sorong, Ternate and Makassar.
Express Air is categorized in category 2 by the Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority for the quality of aviation security. Along with most other Indonesian airlines, XpressAir is on the list of airlines banned in the European Union for security reasons in December 2014.