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re: 2012 was exceptionally safe year for aviation
David_Wood   6/27/2013 10:17:00 AM
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The year 2012 is considered as one of the most safe year for aviation. It is so because in this year there were quite few accidents in comparison to the other years. The airlines are trying their best to avoid these accidents as it creates a lot of accidents leading many disasters. http://www.virginiasinjurylawyers.com/bio/damon-pendleton.cfm

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re: 2012 was exceptionally safe year for aviation
Brutus_II   1/17/2013 4:28:07 PM
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Knock on wood. Hopefully the trend continues.



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