Airplane Accidents

According to the Aircraft Crashes Record Office (ACRO) collects statistics on aviation accidents of aircraft vehicles capable of carrying over six passengers, excluding balloons, combat aircraft, and helicopters. 

Aviation Accidents and Deaths per year according to ACRO data:

  • 2015 – 898 Deaths, 122 Accidents
  • 2014 – 1328 Deaths, 122 Accidents
  • 2013 – 459 Deaths, 139 Accidents
  • 2012 – 800 Deaths, 156 Accidents
  • 2011 – 828 Deaths, 155 Accidents
  • 2010 – 1130 Deaths, 155 Accidents
  • 2009 – 1108 Deaths, 163 Accidents
  • 2008 – 952 Deaths, 190 Accidents
  • 2007 – 981 Deaths, 171 Accidents
  • 2006 – 1298 Deaths, 193 Accidents
  • 2005 – 1463 Deaths, 194 Accidents
  • 2004 – 767 Deaths, 1178 Accidents
  • 2003 – 1233 Deaths, 201 Accidents
  • 2002 – 1418 Deaths, 198 Accidents
  • 2001 –1539 Deaths, 211 Accidents
  • 2000 – 1586 Deaths, 198 Accidents
  • 1999 – 1150 Deaths, 221 Accidents

Causes for Aviation Accidents include: 

  • Heavy Winds
  • Snow Storms
  • Icy Precipitation 
  • Heavy Rain 
  • Unstable runway condition during take-off or landing 

Different laws can apply to an aviation accident depending on where it occurred and under what circumstances. Airline agencies. personnel, parts manufacturers, maintenance crews, air-traffic controllers, and airplane owners can be held liable for airplane disasters. 

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