Learn from the mistakes of others—search the accident database, review accident data analysis, read Special Reports and view other data-driven resources.
This database is composed of NTSB accident reports from 1983 to present. The objective is to encourage a safer aviation future by learning from the past.
No one expects or intends to run out of fuel in flight. And yet, in the United States alone, an average of nearly two accidents per week result from fuel exhaustion, starvation, or contamination. It can happen to you.
View search results for various accidents; catalogued by cause of accident.
This annual safety report presents an overview of the previous year's general aviation accident statistics, including trends and contributing factors.
Here you can find a series of studies derived from accident reports in the ASI accident database. Each study is based on analysis of accidents related by a specific topic.
Graphs representing the latest statistical data available from the FAA and NTSB.
Last updated: Wednesday, February 13, 2008.
Bimonthly accident reports featured in the AOPA ePilot newsletter.
Learn from the experiences of fellow-pilots. This product does not qualify for safety seminar credit for the FAA Wings program.