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Rubber valve may have caused a deadly helicopter crash

Aircraft take off and land safely thousands of times every day, so it may seem almost inevitable that flights always go safely. However, getting and staying airborne requires the smooth operation of hundreds of moving parts inside one of humanity's most complex machines.

Lawsuit alleges pilot was responsible for small plane crash

Commercial airline accidents are very rare, making large jet airplanes one of the safest ways of crossing great distances. The engineering and maintenance involved in keeping a fleet of jumbo jets in the sky helps encourage the quality control that makes air travel possible.

Some still experienced loss in a year of low airline fatalities

Plenty of people suffer from aviophobia, or the irrational fear of flying. Indeed, the sheer physics of lifting hundreds of tons of machinery into the air for hours boggles even the most scientific mind. This fear can be reduced or overcome with specific therapies, which leaves only the rational problems associated with commercial flights.

Crack in airplane cabin causes emergency descent

We can take air travel for granted sometimes, while others can fret far too much about the possible dangers. Commercial flights are still safer than many other types of transport in and out of New York City, but accidents can happen if aircraft and the products that help run them are defective or out of date.

Aviation training flight crash leads to lawsuit

Flight has been in the dreams of humans since time immemorial. Now, we take for granted our ability to jet off to any destination in the world, no matter how distant. In the early 20th century, many aviation pioneers died to make that possible. But people can still be injured or killed while aspiring for flight.

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