By any rational standard, the world's major airlines have a safety record that is enviable. When a ticketholder boards an aircraft, the odds of that leading to his or her demise are astonishingly small, far fewer than when getting into a car, checking into a hospital or countless other common situations. Yet because aviation's fatal accidents are so unusual, so visible and frequently claim so many lives at once, the public's desire to place blame can be intense. No accident was ever ...

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