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Statement from Tony Tyler on tragic week in aviation.
Friday, 25th July 2014
Source : IATA
This has been a very sad week for everyone involved with aviation, our heartfelt sorrow goes to all those who have lost their lives in these tragedies and the industry’s thoughts and prayers are with their families and loved ones.
 
Every accident is one too many.

The greatest respect that we can pay to the memory of those involved is to leave nothing unturned in our quest to understand the cause and to take steps to ensure that it is not repeated.
 
With three tragedies in such quick succession, many people will, understandably, be asking questions about aviation safety. Our number one priority is safety. And despite the events of the past seven days, flying is safe.
 
Every day, approximately 100,000 flights take to the sky and land without incident. In 2013 more than three billion people flew and there were 210 fatalities.

Regrettably, we have surpassed that number already this year. But even so, getting on an aircraft is still among the safest activities that one can do.
 
Safeguarding our customers from harm as we transport them around the world is core to the mission of the aviation industry.

It has been that way throughout our development over the last century. And we continue to do everything in our power to make flying ever safer.
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