Most Dangerous Airlines In The World

What is the most dangerous airline to fly?

In this article, I will tell you the list of the most dangerous airlines in the world.

The companies below are the most unsafe airlines:

Most Dangerous Airlines 

#1. Kam Air

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Kam Air is an airline headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan. It operates scheduled domestic passenger services and regional international services. Kabul International Airport serves as its main hub.

Kam Air is one of three main Afghan airlines. But it has only been in operation for 16 years (Founded: in August 2003) and has already experienced fatal accidents resulting in more than 100 passenger deaths, making it one of the most dangerous airlines in the world.

Headquarters: Kabul, Afghanistan
Founded: August 2003, Kabul, Afghanistan
Motto: Afghanistan's Global Gateway
Hub: Kandahar International Airport

#2. Lion Air

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PT Lion Mentari Airlines, operating as Lion Air, is an Indonesian low-cost airline. Based in Jakarta, Lion Air is the country's largest privately run airline, the second largest low-cost airline in Southeast Asia, and the largest airline in Indonesia. No one can beat the cheap fare, don't you think so?

The remarkable thing is that the Indonesian airline Lion Air has been heavily scrutinized since a flight crashed in 2014.

Bag information: In economy, 20kg free. More Lion Airbag information
Commenced operations: 30 June 2000
Parent company: Lion Air Group
CEO: Rudy Lumingkewas (Mar 5, 2014–)
Subsidiaries: Batik Air, Wings Air, Thai Lion Air, Malindo Air, Lion Air Australia, Lion Langkawi

#3.Tara Air

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Tara Air Pvt. Ltd. is an airline headquartered in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is a subsidiary of Yeti Airlines. Tara Air was formed in 2009 using aircraft from the Yeti Airlines fleet and is based at Tribhuvan International Airport, with a secondary hub at Nepalgunj Airport.

Although only one flight has killed passengers, the airline is considered a recent aviation industry, raising serious questions about its safety in general.

Parent organization: Yeti Airlines
Headquarters: Kathmandu, Nepal
Founded: 2009, Kathmandu, Nepal
Motto: Helping Build Rural Nepal
Hubs: Kathmandu, Tribhuvan International Airport, Pokhara Airport, Nepalgunj Airport

#4. Nepal Airlines

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Nepal Airlines Corporation, formerly known as Royal Nepal Airlines, is the flag carrier of Nepal. Founded in 1958, it is the oldest airline in the country. Out of its main base at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, the airline operates domestic services within Nepal and medium-haul services in Asia.

Three people have died in a plane crash in Nepal, at what is regarded as one of the world's most dangerous airports. Nepalese Airlines, in particular, is among the most dangerous airlines in the world.

Destinations: 36
Headquarters: Kathmandu, Nepal
Parent organization: Federal Parliament of Nepal
Hubs: Pokhara Airport, Biratnagar Airport, Nepalgunj Airport

#5. Scout Air

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Scout is a Kazakhstan airline. But the European Commission has included the Scout on the blacklist. Because it is not a safe airline.

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