Data Show the Number of Certain Corporate Aviation Accidents Increased Last Year

October 9th, 2014 | Aviation accident

In the wake of several major aircraft disasters in the past several years, it came as encouraging news when media outlets reported the National Transportation Safety Board had seen fewer civil aviation accidents last year than in years past; however, a closer look at the data showed certain types of aircraft within that category saw… Read More

Organization Suggests Limiting Pilot Flying Hours to Battle Fatigue and Aviation Accidents

April 17th, 2014 | Aviation accident

Due to the long, sometimes around-the-clock hours some businesses and company executives work, it is easy to understand how the pilots who fly these individuals around the country and world can quickly become fatigued. Some experts believe the physical wear this fatigue can have is one of the greatest dangers in the aviation industry today… Read More

Corporate Aviation Accident Numbers Down, But Crash Severity Continues to Increase

February 7th, 2014 | Aviation articles

While the number of Corporate Aviation Accidents that occurred last year may be lower than the previous year, data seems to indicate the crashes that did occur were much more devastating. This conclusion can be drawn from the fact that while the total number of crashes decreased; the number of fatalities that were recorded went… Read More