Aviation accidents in Canada declined 16% last year, according to preliminary statistics released March 6 by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB). There were 201 aviation accidents reported to the TSB in 2018, down from 240 reported the previous year and below the five-year average of 249. However, the number of fatal accidents ticked up from 22 to 23 from 2017-2018 and total fatalities from 34 to 38. By aircraft type, there were 17 fatal accidents involving fixed-wing ...

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