|Tuesday May 15, 8:35 am Eastern Time
Air Safety Online Releases Groundbreaking New Study on U.S. Airline Safety; Launches New Aviation Accident Database
OAK FOREST, Ill., May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Aviation safety news and information web site Air Safety Online today released a groundbreaking new report entitled ``Air Safety in America,'' focusing on causes and effects of top aviation safety issues.
The report is divided into five main sections:
-- Making the Grade
-- Interview with John Clark
-- Fuel Tank Dangers
-- Search for Answers
-- The Unhealthy Skies
``This report, 'Air Safety in America,' is truly groundbreaking. Never before has there existed a single web site where air travelers can look up the safety record of a particular airline, free of charge,'' said Air Safety Online Editor Dan Rupp.
The ``Air Safety in America'' Special Report can be found only on Air Safety Online at http://www.airsafetyonline.com /
Air Safety Online also today released crashDATABASE.com , the Internet's first fully searchable aviation accident database. At crashDATABASE.com , users can locate accident records for any airline, and any aircraft type, in a fully customizable search format.
crashDATABASE.com is available at http://www.crashdatabase.com /
Air Safety Online is the Internet's leading aviation safety news and information resource. In operation since December, 1998, Air Safety Online has been featured on CNN, CBS News, ABC News, and in The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, Salon.com, and countless other major media outlets and web sites.
For more information, contact Dan Rupp by phone at (708) 687-8023, by
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via fax at (708) 687-8063.
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