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The economy in air transport has undergone many changes this year. Find out which airlines are top-ranked and which ones have been the talk of the town for their special health measures in response to the covid crisis.

The best airlines in 2020


Many factors have been studied in order to determine the best airlines in 2020. has listed the top 20 safest airlines in the world based on its own rating system. These determining factors include, in part, operational safety, passenger opinions, profitability, investment evaluation, the age of the fleet and offers such as Premium Economy class, long-haul flights and seat options in other classes. Here is the result of the study in numerical order:


Qantas, Air New Zealand, EVA Air, Etihad, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Alaska Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, Virgin Australia, Hawaiian Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airlines, TAP Portugal, SAS, Royal Jordanian, Swiss, Finnair, Lufthansa, Aer Lingus, and KLM.


Companies that have taken special health measures in face of the crisis


After coming to a near standstill due to the coronavirus outbreak, the air travel industry is turning its collective attention to what it will take to get passengers flying again. The first step: making fliers feel safe in the confined space of an airplane with new onboard regulations.


Here are some airlines that have implemented new health measures for their travellers:


Air Canada

Starting May 15, Air Canada began no-contact infrared temperature screenings for all passengers. The company has also required masks or facial coverings for all passengers since April 20.


Air France

Masks are now compulsory for all Air France passengers since May 11. The airline says it will be contacting all customers on upcoming flights via email or text to remind them to have one or more facial coverings for their trip.



All passengers have been required to wear masks on board Emirates flights since April. The airline has also recently introduced new protective equipment guidelines for its cabin crew, which includes a disposable gown over their uniforms, mask, goggles, and gloves.



When the ultra-low-cost carrier resumes most of its flights on July 1, both passengers and crew will need to wear face masks on board the plane and in the airport terminal. Other safety measures from the airline include fewer checked bags and in-flight service of pre-packaged snacks and drinks for purchase.


American Airlines

Starting May 11, all passengers on all flights must wear face coverings (flight attendants have been required to wear masks since May 1.) As supplies and operational conditions allow, the airline will distribute face masks and sanitizing wipes to all customers.


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