FlightSafe compiles data using the Airline Safety Assessment Mechanism(ASAM); a method of assessing the relative safety of scheduled commercial airlines.
The system was developed under the auspices of the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) and is based on work carried out by the IOGP and other associated organisations.
The methodology has been refined and developed by a working group drawn from the Association's Aviation Safety Committee (ASC), which commissioned the implementation of this web-based tool.
The method used is a non-judgemental and fully quantified process based on an airline's past accident record and other factors related to underlying safety levels.
FlightSafe offers several ways to obtain the airline risk information you need.
Straightforward access to our continuously updated database is available through a subscription-based service.
We also offer tailored solutions, including the compilation of routine and ad-hoc reports specific to your operational needs.
For enquiries about our subscription services or any of the services listed below, please complete the contact form and a FlightSafe representative will respond to you directly.
High-risk airline alerting and traveller tracking technology
Aviation risk training seminars
Airline risk assessments undertaken by physical inspection
Discounts on all our services are available for non-profit organisations.
ASAM provides a means for companies to assess the relative risk factors associated with airlines. The results on their own do not constitute advice to travel on or to avoid travelling on certain airlines. The mechanism is intended for use as part of a wider system of establishing safe air travel policies and it remains the responsibility of individual organisations to establish such policies, having regard to overall travel risks and to the specific air travel risks associated with its business operations.