The number and severity of accidents involving the U.S. business jet and turboprop fleet increased in 2003, according to data compiled by Robert E. Breiling Associates of Boca Raton, Fla. Breiling said U.S. corporate and business operators experienced 72 accidents in 2003 including 28 fatal accidents that resulted in 61 passenger and crew fatalities. The 2003 results include eight more accidents, seven additional fatal accidents and 10 more fatalities than business jet and turboprop ...

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