Les 240 compagnies membres de l’association professionnelle IATA ont atteint en 2012 un niveau de sécurité maximal : zéro accident …
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Montreal – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that the 2012 global accident rate for Western-built jets was the lowest in aviation history.
- The 2012 global Western-built jet accident rate (measured in hull losses per million flights of Western-built jets) was 0.20, the equivalent of one accident every 5 million flights.
- This represented a 46% improvement over 2011, when the accident rate was 0.37, or one accident for every 2.7 million flights.
- IATA’s 240+ member airlines recorded no Western-built jet hull losses in 2012.
“The industry’s 2012 record safety performance was the best in history. Each day approximately 100,000 flights arrive safely at their destination. Airlines, airports, air navigation service providers, manufacturers and safety regulators work together to ensure every flight is as safe as possible. Their dedication and cooperation has made air travel remarkably safe. Nevertheless, there is still work to do. Every accident is one too many and each fatality is a human tragedy. The first commercial airline flight took place on 1 January 1914. Since then the very first flight the airline industry has made continuous improvement in safety its top priority,” said Tony Tyler, IATA’s Director General and CEO.
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