Experts talk about ways to cut flying risk.
Representatives from the FAA and general aviation community gathered this week in Washington for a GA Safety Summit aimed at developing strategies to reduce the risks of personal flying for business and pleasure.
The FAA noted that last year 434 people were killed in 251 general aviation accidents, a trend that has remained stubbornly flat for several years despite efforts to cut the fatal accident rate substantially.
“Improving general aviation safety is a top priority for the FAA and industry,” said FAA Deputy Administrator Mike Whit
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