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FATAL WORLD AVIATION ACCIDENTS, 2009-2013
Year Fatal accidents (1) Fatalities (1) Accident rate (2)
2009 18 685 0.75
2010 23 786 0.65
2011 22 490 0.40
2012 15 414 0.21
2013 16 210 0.41

(1) On eastern- and western-built jet aircraft.
(2) Measured in hull losses per million flights of western-built jet aircraft. A hull loss is an accident in which the aircraft is destroyed or substantially damaged and is not subsequently repaired.

Source: International Air Transport Association.

 
WORLDWIDE SCHEDULED AIR SERVICE FATAL ACCIDENTS, 1999-2008
Year Fatal aircraft
 accidents (1)
Passenger
fatalities
Passenger
 fatalities per
 100 million
passenger
kilometers
Year Fatal aircraft 
accidents (1)
Passenger
fatalities
Passenger
 fatalities per
 100 million
 passenger
 kilometers
1999 21 499 0.02 2004 9 203 0.01
2000 18 757 0.03 2005 17 712 0.02
2001 13 577 0.02 2006 12 751 0.02
2002 14 791 0.03 2007 11 587 0.01
2003 7 466 0.02 2008 11 439 0.01

(1) Involving a passenger fatality only.

Source: International Civil Aviation Organization.

 
WORLDWIDE SCHEDULED AIR SERVICE FATAL ACCIDENTS, 2000-2009
Year Fatal aircraft
accidents (1)
Passenger
fatalities
Passenger
fatalities per
100 million
passenger
kilometers
Year Fatal aircraft
accidents (1)
Passenger
fatalities
Passenger
fatalities per
100 million
passenger
kilometers
2000 18 757 0.03 2005 17 712 0.02
2001 13 577 0.02 2006 12 751 0.02
2002 14 791 0.03 2007 11 587 0.01
2003 7 466 0.02 2008 11 439 0.01
2004 9 203 0.01 2009 14 654 NA

(1) Involving a passenger fatality only.

NA=Data not available.

Source: International Civil Aviation Organization.

 
FATAL WORLD AVIATION ACCIDENTS, 2006-2010
Year Fatal accidents (1) Fatalities (1) Accident  rate (2)
2006 20 855 0.65
2007 20 692 0.75
2008 23 502 0.81
2009 18 685 0.71
2010 23 786 0.61

(1) On Eastern and Western built jet aircraft.
(2) Measured in hull losses per million flights of Western built jet aircraft. A hull loss is an accident in which the aircraft is destroyed or substantially damaged and is not subsequently repaired.

Source: International Air Transport Association.

 
FATAL WORLD AVIATION ACCIDENTS, 2007-2011
Year Fatal accidents (1) Fatalities (1) Accident rate (2)
2007 20 692 0.75
2008 23 502 0.81
2009 18 685 0.71
2010 23 786 0.61
2011 22 486 0.37

(1) On Eastern and Western built jet aircraft.
(2) Measured in hull losses per million flights of Western built jet aircraft. A hull loss is an accident in which the aircraft is destroyed or substantially damaged and is not subsequently repaired.

Source: International Air Transport Association.

 
FATAL WORLD AVIATION ACCIDENTS, 2008-2012
Year Fatal accidents (1) Fatalities (1) Accident rate (2)
2008 23 502 0.81
2009 18 685 0.71
2010 23 786 0.61
2011 22 486 0.37
2012 15 414 0.20

(1) On Eastern and Western built jet aircraft.
(2) Measured in hull losses per million flights of Western built jet aircraft. A hull loss is an accident in which the aircraft is destroyed or substantially damaged and is not subsequently repaired.

Source: International Air Transport Association.