Battery-related incidents on passenger planes are going up #infographic

 

Battery-related incidents on passenger planes are going up #infographic

The FAA began monitoring all battery-related accidents in US airspace in 2006. The information is public and centralizes the activities of all commercial aircraft and freight aircraft. We concentrated more on accidents recorded on passenger aircraft as they are closer to the general interest, as you can see in the infographic.

Overall, most of the tracked collisions affected passenger airplanes: 187 (64 percent) out of 289. Cargo planes were involved in 77 deaths, while 25 accidents were not classified.

Given the total number of incidents per year it is likely to find a relative stability period between 2006 and 2014, with a range of 1 to 8 incidents per year. However, commercial aircraft have seen a spike in battery-related accidents beginning in 2011, which suddenly rose to about 30 a year.

Although 2020 seems to be an outlier, it should be remembered that the data used in the analysis was only available up to August 2020. Not to mention the fact that the pandemic this year hit

Battery-related incidents on passenger planes are going up #infographic

infographic by: www.powerbankexpert.com

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