2023 was the safest year for flying, according to the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) annual safety report for global aviation. The record results for safety come amongst 37 million aircraft movements in the year, marking a 17% increase from 2022. There were no hull losses or fatal accidents involving passenger jet aircraft in 2023. However, the report does detail one fatal accident involving a turboprop aircraft which resulted in 72 fatalities. Yeti Airlines’ ATR 72 crashed in Nepal in January 2023, which resulted in the death of all 72 people onboard. “A single fatal turboprop accident with 72 fatalities,

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