The world's airlines continued to operate at a very high level of safety during the second quarter and first half of 2005, Airclaims reported. Five total losses were recorded in the March-June period, including one fatal accident that killed three passengers. Nine total losses to Western-built jets occurred during the first half of the year, including two fatal accidents resulting in 99 passenger and eight crew deaths. Western-built turboprops suffered seven known total losses during the ...

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