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Air travel is still a lot safer than it used to be

Though it's of little comfort to the families of crash victims, flying has gotten ever safer econ.st/1NaUbaI http://t.co/7aCJ567z6i
The Economist (@EconEconomics) March 26, 2015

Transport Economics

Is flying still safe?

Flight safety is again the hot topic on everyone’s lips. It wasn’t enough having already a tragic year in terms of air crashes, and 2014 ending with the major AirAsia accident, but reading the news yesterday morning about the seven-year-old girl being the sole survivor of a fatal plane crash on Friday night in Kentucky. 1,306 more words

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Now it's an AirAsia plane that's disappeared

What in the name of “safe” air travel is happening in Southeast Asian air space?

An AirAsia Airbus 320 has disappeared. Remember the Malaysian Air 370 tragedy this past March? 153 more words

International News

Pain is not a story unless it leads to peace

Who’ll stop Ukraine?
Will it be the pro-Russian separatists who almost certainly shot down the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 last week, will it be the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, who has supplied the separatists with weapons, technology and advisers, or will it be the media, who are likely to forget the crisis once all the bodies and human remains are moved from the crash site and the fighting resumes civil war proportions. 1,243 more words


News And Logic

The news headline read: Body of third victim recovered after air balloon crash Now that seems logical to me I don’t think the body would have been recovered BEFORE the air balloon had crashed Am I missing something here

Air Balloons