U.S. air carrier hull loss rate 2000-2020

Hull loss rate for accidents involving U.S. air carriers between 2000 and 2020*

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United States

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2000 to 2020

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A hull loss is an accident in which the aircraft is destroyed or substantially damaged and is not subsequently repaired for whatever reason including a financial decision of the owner. Hull loss rate is the number of hull losses per million flight hours.
Values have been rounded.
* Includes scheduled and unscheduled services for US Air Carriers Operating Under 14 CFR 121, which are generally large, U.S.-based airlines, regional air carriers, and all cargo operators.
** Preliminary data.

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