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Common causes of small plane accidents

If you live in New York, the thought of flying in a small plane may either excite you or terrify you. Although flying is a fear for some people, the chances of being in an accident is much greater with small aircraft than with large commercial jets. The following discusses the problem and some of the common causes of accidents. 

Inexperienced pilots and small plane crashes

Small plane crashes happen for a myriad of reasons, whether a pilot is under the influence of drugs or alcohol while flying or a pilot disregards safety measures that can help prevent an accident. Inexperience is another reason why small plane accidents occur, and there are some people who take to the sky even though they are not ready. Sadly, these accidents can result in the loss of life, and many people have passed away as a result of inexperienced pilots. If you have lost a loved one in such a crash, it may be necessary to look into your legal options.

Is it safe for you to fly on a small, private airplane?

If you have received an invitation to take a smaller, private aircraft on an expedition in New York, you may be excited about the opportunity to have a customized flying experience. While flying on private aircraft is a unique experience, it is essential that you understand the risks of your decision as well so you can be confident in choosing to participate or not. 

What causes small planes to crash?

Small plane crashes frequently make headlines across New York, and if you have ever been a passenger in one, you may have had your reservations before taking to the skies. The majority of modern plane crashes involve small, private aircraft, as opposed to larger commercial planes, and when small planes crash, the repercussions are often catastrophic.

Pilot in hospital after Cessna accident

Small plane and commercial airplane accidents occur in New York and across the United States. Whether due to a flaw in the plane design, a systems failure or a pilot's error, these accidents have the potential to cause significant destruction and loss of life. In some cases, a pilot's split-second decision in the face of a catastrophe can save lives.

Are small planes actually safe?

If you are a typical New Yorker, commercial airline flights are a normal part of your life. If you work for one of the many companies that own a private jet or helicopter, you likely are well acquainted with corporate business flights, too. You may even have friends who own their own private plane or own one yourself. Has it ever occurred to you to wonder if these small planes are safe?

Pilot in deadly crash that killed 5 had fentanyl in system

Boarding a helicopter in New York or another part of the United States poses inevitable risks, but pilots who abuse substances before getting behind helicopter controls considerably amplify these risks. A recent Albuquerque, New Mexico, helicopter crash offered possible evidence of this, as an autopsy report that followed the fatal crash revealed the pilot had fentanyl in his system at the time the incident occurred.

Questions surround deadly Arizona small plane crash

A recent small plane crash in Arizona is raising questions about what exactly caused the plane to crash shortly after takeoff, leading to the deaths of all six people onboard. The National Transportation Safety Board is now conducting a comprehensive investigation into the cause of the crash with the hope that doing so will reveal additional details that can help prevent future, similar incidents.

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