Traveling is an important part of business, vacation plans or the daily life of many people.
With millions of people traveling from one destination to another, it is important that commercial airlines be cautious about the safety of their passengers. Although air accidents are rare, they can have a serious impact on hundreds of people in an instant.
Data from the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that commercial aircraft accidents are a rare occurrence compared to the significant number of flights taking off each year. These statistics should be a relief for those concerned about flight safety. But there is always the inherent danger of flying, as in any other form of transport.
Takeoffs and landings represent the highest percentage of aviation accidents. As a result, pilots are well trained to deal with all kinds of emergencies related to takeoff and landing. The requirements for commercial pilots are established to ensure that passengers are as safe as possible.
But the truth is that aviation accidents always occur for different reasons. Air accidents can occur due to poor fuel management, poor maintenance or improper handling by air traffic control in dangerous situations. If an accident is fatal or not, it will certainly be traumatic for everyone involved. Emotional and physical damage caused by a plane crash can have a permanent impact on a person’s life.