CAP1595: UK Aviation Safety Review for 2016

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Reference:CAP1595
Title:UK Aviation Safety Review for 2016
Description:Safety is the number one priority for the UK aviation industry, and by comparison it is by far the safest mode of public transport. This report shows the context behind that safety record. It looks in specific detail at the type and frequency of incidents that occurred between 2012 and 2016, based on data held by the Civil Aviation Authority.
Status:Withdrawn on 3 July 2020
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:2 January 2018
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