try www.faa.gov then select the SAFETY tab on the right hand side of the home page Look for statistics. None in 2004 in the U.S. According to: http://www.ntsb.gov/aviation/arc0202.xls Roughly 30 accidents are listed from 1983 to 1999 for air carriers in the U.S. only. Note that accidents occurred to several different Gulfstream types.
According to Wikipedia there were 12 plane crashes/airline crashes in 2012. This is way better than the previous 25 of the year before, which was 2011.
four, the ones from the 911 planes.... ... .. .
there are 4 kittens
Over 6000 fatal car crashes!
Fuel Consumption (in gallons per hour) for a Gulfstream G550: 358
The year of 2007, Florida Department of Transportation recorded 119 fatal crashes involving large trucks. Only 14 of the crashes were cited as being the fault of the large truck.
In 2006, 37 percent of all motorcyclists involved in fatal crashes were speeding, compared with 23 percent for drivers of passenger cars, 19 percent for light truck drivers and 8 percent for large truck drivers.
ANSWER 3,456,875,284,970.5 crashes
at about 6 staff
roughly 5885 gallons
there as 61 helicopter crashes
About 182 have been built, how many are still in active service is unknown.
There were 29 plane crashes in 2008. August was the worst month with 4 crashes!!
There were about 30 stock market crashes in history.
Virgin America have had no crashes.
How many crashes were there in Florida during the dusk in 2004? 7,010 IS ANSWER
The following represents facts and figures regarding large truck accidents and the serious damages they inflict on our roadways every year. One out of eight traffic fatalities in 2005 resulted from a collision involving a large truck. In 2005, 442,000 large trucks (gross vehicle weight rating greater than 10,000 pounds) were involved in traffic crashes in the United States; 4,932 were involved in fatal crashes. A total of 5,212 people died (12 percent of all the traffic fatalities reported in 2005) and an additional 114,000 were injured in those crashes. In 2005, large trucks accounted for 8 percent of all vehicles involved in fatal crashes and 4 percent of all vehicles involved in injury and property-damage-only crashes.
there were 3 plane crashes in 2006
23,013 alcohol-related crashes
Alcohol. Intoxication of one of the drivers is involved in many traffic accidents, and is involved in 45% of all traffic fatalities.Added:That is true that alcohol is the most common cause of FATAL collisions.However human error, mainly distractions, are the most common cause of ALL traffic crashes according to NHTSA.
How many car crashes happen a year because of alcohol
He looked at her. And than she crashes her car into another!
Singapore Airline has 107 aircraft.