Three times more secure than its European partners: Turkish Airlines
In multi year-long examination did by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Turkish Airlines (THY) was regarded three times more secure than different European aircrafts, THY General Chief Bilal Ekşi declared on Twitter last Wednesday.
Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft (SAFA) program assesses the support status and airworthiness of carriers' flying machines. The program likewise checks whether lodge teams and pilots take after the important security rules both in the cockpit and lodge.
The program at that point continues to allot numeric qualities for every wellbeing peril it discovers, denoting the most secure aircrafts with the slightest punishments and thus a lower score.
With the expect to uphold universal security norms inside the European community, SAFA was propelled by the European Common Avionics Meeting in 1996.
As per Ekşi, Turkish Airlines figured out how to score 0.17 focuses in 123 security assessments in multi year while the normal for aircrafts in the EU was 0.51 focuses.
"We are three times more secure"
Traveling to 303 goals in 120 nations, THY holds the title of the airline traveling to the most destinations on the planet. A year ago, it served 68.6 million travelers, denoting a 9.3 percent climb contrasted with the earlier year and made TL 639 million ($139.15 million) in net benefit.
The Skytrax world aircraft study additionally named THY the best airline in Europe from 2011 to 2016.
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