How does my airline perform in terms of safety compared to others ?
The JACDEC airline Vetting offers you a unique safety overview of all airlines in the world.
In a clear comparison table, over 1100 airlines from every region of the globe are displayed.
Information at a glance
The Safety Vetting is updated over 70 times a year.
What kind of information is provided ?
The vetting table consists of the following items:
Airline Name |
ICAO Code |
Business Type |
Inaugural year |
Fleet Age. in years |
On EU Black List (Y/N) |
IOSA Certified (Y/N) |
USOAP Country ranking
(1 – 10)
Number of Serious incidents over the last 2 years |
Number of Serious incidents over the last 10 years |
Hull Losses of the last 30 years | Fatalities of the last 30 years |
Last Hull Loss (year)
The AIRLINE Safety Index and
the AIRLINE Safety Category
Safety Category Explanations
(A = excellent, B = okay, C = deficient, D = critical)
All of the 18 different categories (columns) can be individually arranged with just one click.
This table is fed directly from our central database and is therefore maintained always current.
The current security situation of each airline will display them in a color-coded box at a glance.
(Green = Category A, Category B = Yellow, Orange = Category C, red = Category D)