Commercial jet-powered aircraft safety statistics

Data updated up to: (to come: accident per flight stage)
⚠ NEW:
• EgyptAir A320 crash;
Before (16.3.21):
: • Boeing 737's crash;
• Changed how the script handle retiriment of aircrafts from fixed 31 to variable. Also fixed some bugs on estimate flights;
• Added estimate of how many aircrafts per type retired on tables;
Important fix: rate of accidents per year was incorrectly using full-carrer flights instead of yearly flights. Data is now correct and doesn't tend to zero as before;

Graphic one - total flights (green), fleet (blue), fatalities (red), FHL (orange) and accident rate (black) - excludes criminal 'accidents'
click the labels below to toggle vision on each data



Graphic 2 - same as above, showing all data (except total flights) divided by obsolete/modern aircraft

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Legend:
FHL: Full Hull Loss
L-FHL: Full Hull Loss with at least 1 fatality, minus criminal (*) events (see below)
FHL w/fat: Full Hull Loss without fatalities
FHL crime: Full Hull Loss caused by criminal action, deliberate destruction, foul play, ATC error or mid-air collision (The number removed from (*) events)
FAT: Fatalities
L-FAT: Fatalities, minus criminal (*) events (see below)
* - Items where the total fault of the accident cannot be attributed in any way to aircraft design, pilot awareness/training, etc.. i.e. any plane in any condition would have the same fate
Note: Planes that are still under production even if the original project is obsolete, are marked not obsolete because the new models/versions incorporate new technologies
All data is in this very file, check the source for the database in javascript