U.S. business aircraft were involved in more accidents and more fatal accidents overall, even as the number of business jet accidents dropped in 2013, according to preliminary data released by safety expert Robert E. Breiling Associates, Inc. U.S. business jets and business turboprops combined for 49 accidents in 2013, up slightly from the 48 accidents in 2012. Fatal accidents more than doubled, from 11 in 2012 to 23 in 2013. But U.S.-registered business jets were involved in fewer ...
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