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GENEVA: The number of air accidents fell to its lowest level for more than 40 years last year, the Aircraft Crashes Record Office said yesterday.
The Aircraft Crashes Record Office noted that 136 serious accidents occurred in 2007, the lowest number in 44 years.
In 2007, 136 accidents occurred in the world, down 28 from 2006, the Geneva-based Aircraft Crashes Record Office said in a report published Tuesday.
The Aircraft Crashes Record Office (ACRO) said on 31 December that 2007 was the safest for flying in more than four decades.
Last year saw 156 crashes, compared with 178 in 2005, the Aircraft Crashes Record Office said.
There were eight plane crashes in DRC last year, according to the Geneva-based Aircraft Crashes Record Office.
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