Could Further Regulation of General Aviation Reduce Accidents?

March 7th, 2014 | Aviation accident

The chances of being involved in an accident are significant when flying in a small, privately owned aircraft. The chances of such an incident are drastically increased in rugged, mountainous locations like Alaska. The large number of General Aviation Accidents occurring in the state recently has citizens asking questions that could carry over to the… Read More

Experts Say Bird Strike Aviation Accidents Could Be Prevented by Radar Technology

January 24th, 2014 | Aviation accident

There are countless problems that can arise when flying an aircraft, but one of the most dangerous situations a pilot can find himself in is when an aircraft strikes a bird while in flight or taking off. In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration reports that roughly 10,000 Bird Strike Aviation Accidents occur each year and… Read More

Aviation Accident Attorneys Discuss 3 Actions to Take Following A Crash

January 17th, 2014 | Aviation articles

Aviation safety is a major concern in the United States today because of the large number of accidents that occur in the industry each year. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reports there were more than 3,100 crashes involving aircraft that occurred last year alone, resulting in 389 individuals losing their lives. These numbers leave… Read More

Data Indicates Commercial Aviation Accidents Decreased in 2013

January 10th, 2014 | Aviation accident

The risk of involvement in a Commercial Aviation Accident is a legitimate concern for those who travel by air, but new data indicates the industry is safer than ever before. Researchers have shown that 2013 was one of the safest years for the aviation industry in the past decade. According to an article from Air… Read More

NTSB Works to Reduce General Aviation Accidents Through 5 New Safety Alerts

January 3rd, 2014 | Aviation articles

Each year, the Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigate thousands of accidents involving different types of aircraft; however, the most common type of crash these groups look into are General Aviation Accidents. These crashes involve recreational aircraft piloted by licensed pilots who are not profiting from the flight. An article from… Read More