Eddie sez:

Most accidents have more than one cause and the related subjects are what I consider the most important, in terms of lessons learned. There are also a few here where I don't have any topics selected. That just means I am either still researching or the official reports are not out yet.

Seeing this 100-plus list of accidents you might be struck by the inconsistency of airline names. One company can be an "airline" while another is an "air line," for example. You also have "airlines" that refer to a single company. Some companies can change from an "air line" to an "airline." And still others seek to cover previous lives by morphing from one failure to the next. Case in point: Korean Air Lines became Korean Air after a string of crashes. Didn't fool me; I'm still not flying them.

An alphabetical sort:

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V

Topics often found causal in these case studies:

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