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New data show continued decline in airline accident rates in 2017.
by Linda Werfelman
Australia again reports a year without fatal accidents in regular public transport operations.
Efforts focusing on improving aviation safety in Africa are paying off, report says.
BARS data show most reported aviation accidents in the onshore resource sector involve aircraft engaged in transporting passengers.
After a year without onboard fatalities, data show four fatal commercial jet accidents in 2016.
ICAO data show 2016 accident rate declined to lowest in history.
EASA data assign greatest risk to runway excursions.
Wildlife Issues, DataLink
The number and rate of reported bird strikes involving Australia’s high capacity air transport aircraft increased significantly in 2014 and 2015.
European commercial operators saw serious incidents soar in 2016.
by Frank Jackman and Linda Werfelman
In most recent report, FAA says record number of aircraft struck birds and other wildlife.
by Ed Brotak