An airline’s safety record may not be the deciding factor when a person books a flight with one carrier over another, but it’s definitely something that most travelers think about when they step on-board an aircraft. A new report from has named to top 20 “safest” airlines in 2018. According to Business Insider, the report — released earlier this year — looks at each airline’s “standing with international regulators, its fatality record over the past 10 years, the age of its fleet of planes, its result from an International Air Transport Association safety audit, and whether its country of origin conforms with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s eight-point safety parameter.” audited over 400 airlines from around the globe. Although the group did not name a “safest airline,” each carrier on the list scored extremely high during the review. The vast majority of the top companies are based in either Asia or Europe, with the United States having just two make the list.

From the United States, only Seattle-based Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines, from Honolulu, survived the cut. According to Business Insider, Alaska Airlines has not recorded a crash-related fatality since 2000. Hawaiian Airlines has had zero in the company’s 89-year history.

European carriers British Airways, Finnair, KLM, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, and Virgin Atlantic all made the list. Airlines based inside European Union countries are all regulated by the European Aviation Safety Agency.