Europe's Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre calculates safety indices based on major incidents in the last 30 years and the number of years in operation.
Since 1983, 755 people have died due to eight serious hull losses on China Airlines of Taiwan.
TAM Airlines of Brazil has had six major incidents where 336 people have lost their lives.
Three major incidents on Air India have led to the death of 329 people since 1983.
Gol Transportes Aereos of Brazil has had only one incident since 1983, but it has claimed 154 lives.
With nine incidents since 1983, Korean Air has claimed 687 lives.
Four incidents have claimed 310 lives on Saudi Arabian Airlines.
Six incidents have taken 188 lives on Turkish Airlines since 1983.
An unlikely one in the list, Thai Airways has had five incidents since 1983 that have claimed 309 lives.
South African Airways has led to the death of 159 people in one incident that took place in 1987.
A regional partner for the major carriers in the United States, Skywest Airlines has had three incidents that have claimed 22 lives since 1983.