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Aircraft manufacturers need more oversight

Congress is gearing up to take a harsh stance against the very loose oversights in the airline industry. This news comes after the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee and the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee both reviewed information about the 346 deaths that resulted from two Boeing 737 Max crashes.

Don't downplay the importance of seat belts on airplanes

Passengers on airliners assume that the aircraft has passed preflight inspections for safety so they can have a safe flight. Some might not realize, however, that there are a lot of smaller things that might not be checked before each flight. For example, the seat belts aren't usually checked in between each flight.

Seeking compensation after an international plane crash

International airline crashes can lead to significant injuries, as well as mass fatalities. For the victims of these crashes and their family members, the aftermath can be devastating. One thing that often comes to mind when hearing about one of these crashes is finding out what happened.

Commercial plane crash fatalities cut in half from 2018 to 2019

It's often said that flying is safer than driving, but some people still have trouble putting their trust in airlines. For those who do fly, there is good news – worldwide, the number of deaths from commercial airplane crashes was down by more than 50% in 2019 than there were in 2018.

Turbulence causes 75 percent of weather-related plane crashes

Turbulence is a serious problem in any aircraft; however, you might feel it more in a smaller plane. There's also a chance that the turbulence will impact the smaller planes in a more profound manner. Because of this, there's a chance that you might suffer injuries if the pilot has to go through it.

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