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IATA data show a trend toward fewer accidents and lower accident rates, despite a cluster of crashes in 2018.
by Linda Werfelman
FSF BARS data show a slight rise in 2018 aircraft accidents in flight operations in the worldwide resource sector.
Despite a near-doubling of Australian aviation fatalities in 2017, data show no deaths in RPT operations.
Data show the number of fatalities in 2018’s major accidents swelled to 374, compared with four in 2017.
More accidents involving the worldwide commercial jet airplane fleet from 2008 through 2017 were classified as loss of control accidents than any other category, according to data from Boeing Commercial…
Data for 2017 show no fatal accidents for European CAT airlines and NCC business operations.
Data show cargo crash fatalities accounted for 63 percent of all commercial airline deaths.
A 5-year ATSB review finds almost all turboprop engine failures were ‘low risk.’
Runway Safety (approach and landing), DataLink
Runway/taxiway excursions were the most common commercial aviation accident type in 2017, and although none of the accidents were fatal, runway safety generally continues to be a focus of the…
by Frank Jackman
Data show decline in helicopter accidents worldwide in 2017 but a small increase in the United States.