Transport: Statistic

Last week the Bureau of Air Commerce issued its annual accident report for 1934: airlines flew nearly 700.000 mi. per accident as compared to just over 500.000 mi. per accident in 1933. Of 73 accidents last year, ten were fatal, killing 21 passengers, ten pilots. Of 101 accidents in 1933, nine were fatal to eight passengers, eight pilots.


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