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Accident Numbers Round-Off Fiscal Year Well Under FAA Limit

In September, EAA completed its annual tracking of experimental category fatal accidents. Experimental aircraft were involved in 45 fatal accidents during fiscal year 2017, with amateur-built aircraft accounting for roughly two-thirds of those accide

Accident Numbers Round-Off Fiscal Year Under FAA Limit

In September, EAA completed its annual tracking of experimental category fatal accidents.

Accident Numbers Round-Off Fiscal Year Under FAA Limit

In September, EAA completed its annual tracking of experimental category fatal accidents.

2016 Experimental Accident Numbers Come in Well Under FAA Limit

In September, EAA completed its annual tracking of experimental category fatal accidents, finding that such accidents involving experimental aircraft were well under the FAA-established “not to exceed” limit.

FAA Experimental Fatal Accident Dashboard

EAA collaborates with the FAA’s office of Accident Investigation and Prevention to track fatal experimental aircraft accidents over the course of the federal fiscal year.

FAA Experimental Fatal Accident Dashboard

EAA collaborates with the FAA’s Office of Accident Investigation and Prevention to track fatal experimental aircraft accidents over the course of the federal fiscal year.

E-AB Accidents at All-Time Low

The 2018 FAA fiscal year ended on September 30, and the experimental fatal accident number came in well below the FAA established not-to-exceed limit for this year.

Experimental Fatal Accidents Fall Dramatically in 2013

Experimental Fatal Accidents Fall Dramatically in 2013
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