The number of U.S. business jet accidents appears to be going down based on the 2013 returns, but landing-phase accidents continue to be a problem and have helped spur an increase in fatal accidents, according to preliminary data from safety expert Robert E. Breiling Associates. Through the first nine months of this year, U.S. business jets were involved in seven accidents, compared with 13 in the first three quarters of 2012. But four of those accidents this year were fatal, resulting ...
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