Commercial airline travel is extremely safe, however, accidents & incidents still occur every day. If you or your employees are one of the thousands of business travellers that take to the sky every day, what mitigation techniques are you applying to lower the chances of becoming another statistic?
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How to assess an airline?
An airline may be assessed when enough data is available through our sources. The necessary data is divided into two sections, Airline Factors and Safety Factors.
Country Factors of the airline's home country are also factored into the formula.
|Name||Country||Fleet Size||Has IOSA||EU Ban||Airline Risk Score|
|Example Airline A||0||0%|
..and compare with all the other assessed airlines
|Name||Country||Fleet Size||Has IOSA||EU Ban||Risk Score|
|Example Airline B||Indonesia||28||-||-||46.7%|
|Example Airline C||Canada||112||-||71.9%|
|Example Airline D||Nigeria||4||-||9.6%|
What to do with an airline risk score?
|High Risk||Medium Risk||Low Risk|
|Your Low Threshold||Your High Threshold|
When faced with multiple airline choices on a route, giving preference to an airline with a higher score is a form of risk mitigation. This can decrease the statistical likelihood of being involved in an airline accident.
Airline Scope subscribers can create their own thresholds and travel protocols to dictate how to use an airline's risk score.
Airline Scope is SaaS (software-as-a-service) and is available right here at airlinescope.com. Subscribers may log in with their desktop or mobile devices and see live airline assessments, rated accidents, search by routes & flights, travel advisories, country ratings, and much more!
Airline Scope was launched in 2019 to meet the needs of businesses who require relevant and recent information about which airlines are safest for their employees to use.
The risk assessment mechanism we use was developed almost 20 years ago and has gone through many iterations and refinements since then. It is robust, transparent, and relied on by many in the mineral resources industry. While Airline Scope is not the only one to use this mechanism, we are on the cutting edge when it comes to device support, up-to-date data, automation, and number of airlines assessed.
Airline Scope is developed and maintained by Joel Targett, who has over 10 years experience in building airline risk assessment systems. Joel is a keen aviation enthusiast and loves to travel. He (and Airline Scope) are based in Newcastle, Australia.