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Plane crash fatalities fell more than 50% in 2019

.@coolonespa That’s what I let work think I am doing Alas, my friends know me too well to pull that with (though I have persuaded one to come with me to Swedish lapland by train partly due to those reasons).

Each to their own. There’s plenty of other forms of transport and you can feel virtuous from a “climate change” perspective.

Essex UK

Still not going to get (the paranoid, phobic) me to travel on a plane

coolonespa wrote:


coolonespa
08:40 03-Jan-20
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Despite the headline news stories involving the 737 Max last year, it was a pretty safe way to travel.

“There was one fatal accident involving large commercial passenger planes for every 5.58 million flights, according to the report.” almost lottery odds.

Full story at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50953712

I’ve never worried about the safety aspect of flying – only the delays.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Despite the headline news stories involving the 737 Max last year, it was a pretty safe way to travel.

“There was one fatal accident involving large commercial passenger planes for every 5.58 million flights, according to the report.” almost lottery odds.

Full story at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50953712

Essex UK
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