Data Suggests African Airline Safety Improving

Africa’s sharpened focus on improving airline safety may be paying dividends, data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) suggests. African carriers had just one Western-built jet hull loss last year – the Nov. 29 crash of a LAM Embraer 190 in Namibia, which may have been a...

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