Top 25 Low-Cost Airlines for 2023 Named

by Airlineratings Editors
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May 31, 2023
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AirlineRatings.com has named its Top Twenty-Five Low-Cost Airlines for 2023 as part of its annual Airline Excellence Awards.

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The high public interest in affordable travel has prompted AirlineRatings.com, the world’s only safety and product rating website, to identify the top twenty-five low-cost airlines for 2023 from the almost 365 airlines it rates.

The airlines in alphabetical order are AirAsia*, Allegiant, Bonza, Cebu Pacific, EasyJet, Eurowings, Flair, FlyDubai, Frontier, GOL, Indigo, Jet2, JetBlue, Jetstar, Norse Atlantic, Peach, Ryanair, Scoot, Spirit, Southwest, Transavia, TUI, Vietjet, Vueling, Wizz Air.

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Sunshine Coast Airport CEO Andrew Brodie (left) and Bonza CEO Tim Jordan (centre) with Sunshine Coast Lightning netball players.

Airlineratings.com Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Thomas said that “each of these airlines has a good safety record and has made a big difference in their respective markets.”

“From Southwest Airlines which started the low-cost revolution in the 1970s to Flair and Bonza which redefine the low-cost product, each airline has made a huge contribution to affordable travel.”

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“In Europe, it’s Easyjet and Ryanair, in Asia/Pacific AirAsia, Jetstar, Scoot and Vietjet, while in the Americas one can add Flair, Frontier and Spirit, to Southwest. All are standouts.”

All the airlines chosen have either good safety and incident records or have completed the International Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit (IOSA).

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