The report highlights a strong improvement in several areas compared to 2020 and to 2017-2021.
The safety and well-being of our passengers and crew is aviation’s highest priority. The release of the 2021 Safety Report by IATA is a reminder that even as aviation faces its deepest crisis, we are committed to making aviation even safer.
The 58th edition of the Annual Safety Report (2021), is a comprehensive review and analysis of the industry’s 2021 safety performance. It presents an in-depth examination of both global and regional accident statistics, including:
– Essential review and insight into global and regional accident rates and contributing factors
– Accident Classification Task Force (ACTF) determined actions with recommendations, guidelines and measures aimed at preventing accidents.
– Regional overview of the safety metrics and corresponding activities for targeted risk management
– Essential Insight into the aggregate performance of airlines on the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) registry
The report highlights a strong improvement in several areas compared to 2020 and to 2017-2021. It also shows:
– Reductions in the total number of accidents, the all-accident rate and fatalities
– No fatal accidents among airlines on the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) registry
– No runway/taxiway excursion and ground damage accidents, for the first time in at least 15 years.
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