- If pilots follow all the rules and regulations‚ they can avoid many aviation accidents.
- Accidents are usually caused by unsafe equipment and poor safety regulations.
- Pilots should lose their license if they periodically neglect to use safety devices (for example‚ seat belts‚ checklists‚ etc.) that are required by regulation.
- I Accidents and injuries occur because pilots do not take enough interest in safety.
- Avoiding accidents is a matter of luck.
- Most accidents and incidents can be avoided if pilots use proper procedures.
- Most accidents and injuries cannot be avoided.
- Most accidents are due to pilot carelessness.
- Most pilots will be involved in accidents or incidents which result in aircraft damage or personal injury.
- Pilots should be fined if they have an accident or incident while “horsing around”.
- Most accidents that result in injuries are largely preventable.
- Pilots can do very little to avoid minor incidents while working.
- Whether people get injured or not is a matter of fate‚ chance‚ or luck.
- Pilots’ accidents and injuries result from the mistakes they make.
- Most accidents can be blamed on poor FAA oversight.
- Most injuries are caused by accidental happenings outside people’s control.
- People can avoid getting injured if they are careful and aware of potential dangers.
- It is more important to complete a flight than to follow a safety precaution that costs more time.
- There is a direct connection between how careful pilots are and the number of accidents they have.
- Most accidents are unavoidable.
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