AircraftIncidents.com launches

AircraftIncidents.com has officially launched with more than 70,000 NTSB reports, organizing the reports in many different ways, including by country, state, manufacturer, airline, and NTSB report type.

AircraftIncidents.com aims to provide an easy to use website for aviation enthusiasts and pilots to keep up to date with the latest findings of the NTSB, according to developers.

“Our easy-to-use interface allows you to quickly find reports as well as allowing you to sign up for updates via email and/or RSS feed,” officials said in a prepared statement.

“We fell like this will provide a valuable source of information to pilots as the NTSB reports are incredible learning tools for every pilot, no matter what their current experience is,” officials conclude.

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Comments

  1. Agree with Paul on both accounts.

  2. Whats happening with the proposal fr pvt pilots to fly the best acfts everbuilt, with no 3rd class med, (cessna. piper beach etc)

  3. Haven’t heard much on the faa allowing pvt pilots to fly the best acft everbuilt with no 3rd class med, or was I dreaming, when so many pilots are grounded for the sake of greed.

  4. Very nice site. Much easier to navigate than NTSB

    P.S. Please change picture of Janice Wood. It scares me every time I see it.

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