The downward trend in the total number of general aviation accidents in recent years is beginning to level off, and the fatal accident rate remains relatively static despite increased efforts by the industry to educate pilots about weather hazards, human factors and judgment. In 1998, the total number of general aviation accidents and fatal accidents were the lowest since record-keeping began in 1938, according to Bruce Landsberg, executive director of the Air Safety Foundation (ASF). ...
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