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Airline Safety Records

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If you visit the site www.airsafe.com, you will find out the safety records of airlines, including the number of crashes where one or more individuals were killed.

Here is a few from the States:
American Airlines 13
Continental 5
Delta 6
North West 4
United 11
US Air 9

And from the world:
British Airways 2
Virgin Airways 0
KLM 3
IcelandAir 0
Aer Lingus 0
Finnair 0
Former Soviet Union (for the mother-in-law) 22
Sabena 0
Tap (Air Portugal) 1
Air New Zealand 1
Qantas 0

One can make the assumption that making passengers in coach pay $5 for a glass of wine (The U.S. Airlines) doesn't help an airline's safety record!!!

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