Bravo Blete ja paske futur prej ne korner, ama gol spaske mujt me e dhene
Une thash "nje nder mjetet me te seigurta", e statistikat ne bote tregojne se udhetimi me aeroplane eshte SHUME me i sigurte se sa udhetimi me veture, tren ose anije. Keto statistika shpesh i kam gjetur ne libra, po gjithandej edhe ne internet ka sa te duash. Duhesh te lexosh pak me shume para se te gabosh palidhje e te dukesh qesharake
P.S. Ja nje fragment i disa statistikave qe jane bere ne SHBA (verejtje: teksti eshte ne anglisht):
Arnold Barnett, a statistician from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology noted that the death risk was 1 in 2 million in the decade from 1967 to 1976. It is estimated that the risk today is in the region of 1 in 10 millions.
Compare these to the more down-to-earth transportation - the motorways or the railways. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) stated that your chances of being killed in a motorcar accident is 1 in 5,000. If you decide to travel by train, your odd of dying due to a train crash is reduced to around 1 in 400,000. In an airplane, it varies from 1 in 400,000 to 1 in 10,000,000 depending on the reputation of the airlines you are going to travel on.
Here is another better way of explaining the statistics. In 1996, the NTSB came up the statement that scheduled commercial airlines had a fatal accident rate of 0.026 per 100,000 flying hours. Translated very simply, this would show that a passenger would have to fly 24 hours a day for over 400 years before he would be involved in a fatal accident!
The 10-year survey compiled by Dr Arnold Barnett for the period 1987 to 1996 indicated that the mortality risk per flight for International jet in the advanced world was one in five million. That is equivalent to taking a random flight everyday for about 13,000 years (5,000,000 divided by 365 days) to be involved in a fatal crash! In the lesser ranking airlines, the mortality risk per passenger flight is in the region of around 1 in 400,000. Even with this lower rate, you still have to take a flight every day for about 1000 years before you are likely to be involved in a fatal accident! Sounds incredulous?
To convince you further, let's compare flying to traveling by automobiles. According to National Transportation Safety Board, using 1994 as a year to make these 2 comparisons, scheduled commercial airlines had a death rate of 0.04 per hundred million passenger miles. The same rate for automobile was 0.86. So traveling by automobile is 21 times more dangerous than air travel!
In terms of the number of deaths, the comparative figures are more disturbing. In 2000, commercial airplanes fatalities were only 878. By contrast, five times as many people died in boating accidents and accidents involving bicycles. Nearly 10 times as many people died in swimming accidents and about 41,900 were killed in automobiles accidents!