Business jet accidents have ticked up slightly worldwide in the first half of this year, but business turboprop accidents at the same time were down significantly, according to the most recent data from safety specialist Robert E. Breiling Associates. In the U.S., business jet accidents were up by one to a total of six in 2014. Half of those were fatal, leading to 13 fatalities, Breiling reports. This compares with five total business jet accidents in the first half of 2013, also combining ...
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