The website that Wannabe is talking about is http://www.airsafe.com
According to their stats, the safest aircraft in the world is the Saab 340 turboprop (surprising, being a small aircraft and all) with 0.33 fatal events per million flights (3 events in 9 million + flights).
The safest jet aircraft is the Boeing/MD-80 with a rate of .40 fatal events per million filghts (8 events in 20 million flights). YES. THE MD-80 THAT IS SUPPOSEDLY UNAIRWORTHY. Perhaps we should deliver this information to all the idiots who are calling for the MD-80s to be grounded or even scrapped.
Other safe jets:
Boeing 737-3/4/500: 0.41
Boeing 757: 0.56
Boeing 727: 0.66
Airbus A320: 0.67
The worst rate of current aircraft (out of bad luck if you ask me) is the Boeing/MD-11 with a rate of 4.29 fatal events per million flights (3 events in only 0.7 million flights mind you). That number will drop in the future.
Other jets that didn't fare well:
Fokker F.28: 2.35
Airbus A310: 1.85
Boeing 747: 1.55
Airbus A300: 1.0