Are Budget Airlines Less Safe? Low Cost Fares Do Not Mean You're In Danger

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The good news was that I was about to set off on an assignment flying around the world. The bad news was that I was going all the way on low-cost airlines. Such was the challenge I faced as I set out to discover the world of bargain-basement aviation. 

The growth of low-cost carriers (LCCs) has been an aviation phenomenon. Things tend not to change fast in this industry, particularly among the major carriers. Yet even here there is a clear acceptance that airlines such as easyJet and Ryanair are forces to be reckoned with. They have the largest short-haul networks of any carrier; and in many cases they are more profitable on an earnings per share basis than their older, larger rivals. In 2015 Ryanair alone carried more passengers than IAG, which owns British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus and Vueling. Most of us have grabbed a low-cost flight to the sun for our holidays, but the leisure market isn’t the only place where low-cost travel rules the air. These days, LCCs are often the easiest way of getting between business destinations too. Try flying from London to Vilnius: only Ryanair or Wizz Air can take you non-stop. Leeds to Krakow? Your only non-stop choice is Ryanair (and the fare is less than £35). Bristol to Geneva? EasyJet (non-stop, at least once a day, and at half the price of other airlines, which won’t even take you direct).

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Source : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/advice/around-the-world-by-low-cost-airline/

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