ICAO Annual Safety Report: Annual publication providing updates on safety indicators including accidents.
A Statistical analysis of Commercial Aviation Accidents, 1958-2020 (from Airbus): Focusing on all Western-built aircraft since the beginning of the commercial jet age, this statistical analysis of the air transport sector examines the evolution of hull-loss and fatal accident rates during revenue flights from 1958.
General Aviation Statistical Databook and Industry Outlook: This annual publication includes general aviation safety and accident statistics (number of accidents, fatalities, and hours flown). The period covered in the historical safety record varies, but includes statistics back to 1938 (found in the 2003-2013 databooks). From the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.
Joseph T. Nall Report: An annual review of general aviation aircraft accidents from the AOPA Air Safety Institute
Australia: Australian Transport Safety Bureau
Europe: European Aviation Safety Agency's Annual Safety Review
United States: NTSB aviation accident statistics
The archives has thousands of photographs of aviation accidents (primarily general aviation, but also commercial and military), many of which have been scanned and are available on-line through the ASASA Digital Library.
Photographs of accidents from 1908 to present
Photographs of accidents from 1918 to present. May be browsed/searched by multiple criteria, including year, aircraft registration number, region, or operator.
Photographs of accidents and accident aircraft from 1917 to present. Coverage is not limited to commercial aircraft; general aviation and military aircraft are also included.
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