Airlines with No Fatal Plane Crashes Since 1970

The following listing, arranged by region of the world, includes many of the airlines that have not had a fatal passenger event since 1970. In general, the airlines listed have as at least one jet passenger aircraft in its fleet. If the airline was started after 1970, its year of initial passenger operations is included.

United States and Canada
Latin America and the Caribbean
Africa and the Middle East
Asia and Australasia

United States and Canada

Air Transat (1987)
Allegiant Air (1998)
Aloha Airlines**
America West** (1983)
America West Express** (1992)
American Trans Air (ATA)** (1981)
Atlantic Coast Jet** (2000)
Business Express** (1984)
Canadian North (1989)
Champion Air** (1993)
Falcon Air Express** (1996)
Frontier Airlines* (1994)
Hawaiian Airlines
Horizon Air* (1981)
JetBlue (2000)
Mesaba Airlines*

National Airlines** (1999)
Midway** (1993)
North American Airlines** (1990)
Omni Air International (1997)
Ozark Airlines** (1999)
Planet Airways** (2000)
Skyservice Airlines (1994)
Sky Trek**(1996)
Southeast Airlines** (1999)
Southwest (1971)
Spirit Airlines (1992)
Sun Country Airlines (1983)
Sunworld International** (1996)
Trans States Airlines (1983)
Vanguard Airlines** (1994)
WestJet Airlines (1996)

* Airline has either a subsidiary or a parent airline that was responsible for at least one fatal plane crash or other fatal event since 1970.

** Airline has either merged with another carrier, shut down entirely, or no longer has significant passenger operations.

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Airlines With No Fatal Plane Crashes Since 1970 -- Revised 14 June 2010