The IATA Safety Report is unique. It is the result of a collective effort between IATA's safety experts, member airlines and aeronautical industry stakeholders. Its objective is to uncover safety concerns and develop prevention strategies to ensure the ongoing enhancement of safety.
- High level statistics for managers and executives
- Analysis of contributing factors to accidents by major category, including Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT), Loss of Control In-Flight (LOCI) and Runway Excursion
- Analysis of contributing factors to accidents by operator region
- Industry expert recommendations for reducing risk of accidents
- Five-year safety trends (New for 2012)
- Cabin Safety accident analysis (Returning to the 2012 report)
- Overview of IATA Safety Strategies
This 49th edition of the Safety Report, issued in April 2013, contains in-depth analysis of the year 2012 accidents as well as graphs, charts and posters that can be used for training and awareness raising campaigns by airlines and regulators. It comes with a poster and an interactive CD-ROM, containing useful Safety Management tools, including management briefings, Threat and Error Management (TEM) framework, IOSA and ISAGO standards and checklists. The 2012 Safety Report includes a new Five-Year Review and the return of the Cabin Safety sections.
Along with IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) and the Six-point Safety Program, the Safety Report is another tool to help airlines implement and operate a Safety Management System.