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Small plane goes down in Virginia, killing general and his wife

Small plane crashes occur with astonishing regularity in the United States. The causes of these crashes are not uniform; private plane crashes can occur for any number of reasons. Discovering the precise reason for a crash is of crucial importance for the surviving family members of an aviation accident so that they can try to recover compensation from whatever parties might have been accountable for the crash.

2 killed, 3 hurt when private plane crashes into neighborhood

When a problem happens in mid-air with a small plane, there may not be time enough for the pilot to take evasive action to avoid people or buildings on the ground. A pilot may try to land on a street or highway if possible, but in many small plane crashes, the aircraft just ends up going down out of the control of its occupants.

Congolese commercial plane crash kills at least 5 people on board

While some people in the U.S. will refuse to travel by air for any reason, the fact of the matter is that the American aviation industry by and large is relatively safe. Accidents and incidents do happen, of course, but such events are relatively rare, especially when compared with the giant amount of air traffic in the country on any given day.

Safety of hot air balloons questioned after fatal Egyptian crash

When people embark on a trip on a hot air balloon, the last thing they might think of is the danger of the situation. Accidents are rare but not unheard of; on average, the National Transportation Safety Board has investigated more than a dozen incidents per year in the last half-century.

21 killed when jet crashes in fog short of airport

When a commercial airplane goes down overseas, even if it is not a U.S.-based airline and no Americans are on board, is still important to examine because of the possibility that something similar could happen in this country. A recent international plane crash in Kazakhstan is an example of this.

Investigation confirms pilot in crash became disoriented in fog

When a small plane crashes, there are often many more questions than there are answers. And when there are no survivors of a small plane crash, interviewing the people involved becomes impossible. Official investigations can take years to complete as employees of the National Transportation Safety Board attempt to explain what has occurred.

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