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Jurisdiction considerations in international aviation crash cases

International flights are a much faster option for traveling overseas than taking a cruise. When you're making reservations, boarding your flight, and in the air, you're putting your trust in the airline and airplane manufacturer to keep you safe.

Time limits set by the General Aviation Revitalization Act

People who travel in private planes and small aircraft might not realize that they don't have strong protections against manufacturer defects in some cases. The General Aviation Revitalization Act of 1994 errs on the side of the manufacturer if the aircraft is more than 18 years old. Many private planes fit in to that older age bracket.

Compass failures lead to issues on some plane flights

Anyone who opts to travel on an airline is putting their trust in the pilots who are operating the plane. Most pilots do their job duties with safety as the top priority; however, they also have to rely heavily on the equipment that's in the cockpit. Unfortunately, there are times when the equipment will fail.

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