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Topic - Flight Safety Foundation
Flight Safety Foundation is an independent, nonprofit, international organization dedicated to research, education, advocacy and publishing in the field of air safety. FSF brings together aviation professionals from all the sectors to help solve safety problems facing the industry. With a membership that spreads throughout the world, FSF brings an international perspective to aviation issues for its members, the media and the traveling public. Membership ranges from individuals to airlines to manufacturers, from labor and management and in every corner of the industry. - Source: Wikipedia
The pilots of a Boeing 737 that plunged into the ground at the Kazan airport lost speed in a steep climb, then overcompensated and sent the plane into a near-vertical dive, according to a preliminary report released Tuesday by Russian aviation experts. All 50 people aboard were killed.
Boarding an airplane has never been safer.
How old is too old for an airplane? Most travelers don't think twice about it — although there's something unsettling about easing into your seat and finding the armrest still has an ashtray built in.