April 2013
SP's AirBuz;Apr/May2013, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p18
The article focuses on the safety of air travel across the world. It informs that aviation regulators and airline companies have adopted a proactive approach to air travel safety and are compiling and sharing of information about flying hazards to prevent accidents. It further states that 22 percent of air accidents take place in Africa, despite the continent handling only three percent of global departures. The safety record of regional airlines companies in the U.S. is also discussed.


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