Air transportation is one of the most preferred types of transportation for many reasons. However, to minimize the risk of accidents with developing technology, investigations and studies are carried out by many organizations. While the main causes of accidents in the first years of aviation were due to mechanical reasons, accidents caused by mechanical reasons have been replaced by an increase in the number of aircraft accidents caused by human-induced errors which depend on the increasing manpower with the developing technology. Nowadays, “Aviation” has become a high level of technical, administrative, and even technological opera . . .tions. This was made possible by the introduction and production of larger and faster aircraft, which largely includes advanced information management technologies. From an industrial point of view, the fact that aircraft can carry people, cargo, mail, and similar at a more affordable price and in a shorter time has made aviation an important sectoral value. Competition has increased with the increase of aviation companies; therefore, businesses that tend to give overload to employees for the sake of gaining more can cause aircraft accidents. Increased traffic volume and demand for air transportation mean risks and increases in air crashes. In this study, human-induced errors and mechanical system errors, which cause air crashes are mentioned and the statistical analysis of air crashes between the years 1918-2019 is examined
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