||Accident reports dating from January 1, 1983 to present are included.
To limit your search to a specific date, enter that date in both date boxes.
|Aircraft Tail Number
||This is the aircraft registration. You must include the country prefix (i.e. 'N' for the United States).
By entering only a partial tail number, there may be multiple records returned.
||Includes four categories - all, factory built, homebuilt, and ultralights. Note: The builder can rename Homebuilt aircraft kits.
For example, an RV6 can be renamed the Smith 200 (typically the builder's name). Data results for a particular make/model combination may not be complete.
||Aircraft manufacturers are listed with major manufacturers first and alphabetically thereafter.
This list is dependent upon what is selected in BUILD TYPE.
||A list of models for a specific make of aircraft. ALL MODELS is the default setting.
||Contains all 50 states, U.S territories and possessions, some foreign countries, and some bodies of
water. In some cases the NTSB will not list a state if the aircraft crashed in a nearby body of water. Default includes
all geographical locations.
||The injury index categorizes the accident by type of injury involved:
- Fatal - One that results in death within 30 days of the accident
- Serious - One that 1) Requires hospitalization for more than 48 hours, commencing within seven days from the date the injury was received;
2) Results in a fracture of any bone (except simple fractures of fingers, toes, or nose);
3) Involves lacerations that cause severe hemorrhages, nerve, muscle, or tendon damage;
4) Involves injury to any internal organ or
5) Involves second or third-degree burns, or any burns affecting more than five percent of body surface.
- Minor - One that does not qualify as fatal or serious.
- None - One that does not result in any injury.
|Type of Flight
||Contains categories used to classify flights by type of operation. The most common categories include Personal, Instructional, Business, and Executive/Corporate and are listed first.