Airlines in Asia and Australasia with
No Fatal Passenger Events Since 1970

The following listing includes a sample of airlines from the Asia and Pacific region that have not had a fatal passenger event since 1970. In general, the airline 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. Links to other major world regions are included below:

Other Regions
United States and Canada
Latin America and the Caribbean
Africa and the Middle East

Asia and Australasia

AirAsia (1996)
Air Do (1998)
Air Macau (1995)
Air Niugini (1973)
Dragonair* (1985)
EVA Air (1991)
Hainan Airlines (1989)
JAL Express* (1998)
JALways* (1991)
Jet Airways (1993)

Mandarin Airlines* (1991)
Japan TransOcean Air
Royal Brunei Airlines (1975)
Shaheen Air (1993)
Shandong Airlines (1994)
Shanghai Airlines (1985)
Sichuan Airlines (1988)
Skymark Airlines (1998)
TransAsia Airways

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

Fatal Events by Model
Fatal Event Rates by Model
Accidents by Model

Airlines in Asia and Australasia with No Fatal Plane Crashes Since 1970 -- Revised 9 September 2007