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One mid-air near-miss every 3 weeks

Posted by te2ataria on October 2, 2010

A report into the airplane crash that killed Jessica Neeson reveals 131 REPORTED mid-air near-misses since 2000

The Civil Aviation Authority figures, though heavily doctored, still shows that the number of mid-air near-misses in the last 10 years have skyrocketed by 770 percent compared with the previous 10 years.

“Between 1990 and 1999 there were 17 reported near-misses, three of which involved training aircraft. In the period since 2000, there have been 131 near-misses,” according to a report.

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2 Responses to “One mid-air near-miss every 3 weeks”

  1. nzeelend reader said

    Te2 –
    The “report” link above leads to a 404 with url title-
    https://newzeelend.wordpress.com/2010/10/02/one-mid-air-near-miss-every-3-weeks/Marked%20increase%20in%20mid-air%20near-misses

    You might be looking for this one though-
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4191484/Marked-increase-in-mid-air-near-misses
    It isn’t just light aircraft that are having near-misses. We are talking commercial airliners as well. Passenger jets.

    As has been the case with other statistics such as the POVERTY AND CRIME levels, they quibble and qualify by saying that actually they need to define what near misses ARE before you can take those statistics seriously. Do you think they will ever actually do that definition work so that the statistics are worth something? Brilliant way of hiding what New Zealand is actually like from the foreign press and potential migrants. I wonder how long they have been putting out statistics that aren’t meant to be taken seriously.

  2. te2ataria said

    @ nzeelend reader

    Thanks for the correction.

    It is the commercial airliners–passenger jets–that are most worrying.

    NOT sure if Eric Blair (George Orwell) ever visited New Zealand or took some of the inspiration for his 1984 masterpiece from the officials here.

    You are absolutely right, of course, the statistics in this country are worth NOTHING.

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