MONTREAL – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced the release of its 2020 Security Report and released data for the 2020 security operation of commercial aircraft. The number of accidents has dropped from 52 in 2019 to 38 in 2020. The number of fatalities from 8 in 2019 to 5 in 2020. The total number of accidents is 1.71 million per plane. This is higher than the 5 year (2016-2020) average which is 1.38 accidents per aircraft. IATA The number of IATA aircraft crashes is 0.83 per million aircraft, which is an increase over the 5-year number of 0.96. Total aircraft activity decreased from 53% to 22 million by 2020. Deaths remain unchanged compared to five years at 0.13. At an average risk of 0.13 per plane, on average, a person would travel by air daily for 461 years before having an accident with at least one factor. On average, people will travel daily for 20,932 years to avoid 100% accidents. “Flying is good, although the company is doing well in terms of performance by 2020. Strong reductions in aircraft numbers reflect the impact of any accidents when we compile rates. But the numbers do not change, we will not allow this to become famous. We will focus on security at this time of efficient operation such as rebuilding the airline system when the world opens, “said Alexandre de Juniac, President and CEO of IATA. For the first time in more than 15 years. LOC-I), which has had the highest number of deaths since 2016. ”The absence of such an event in 2020 is a positive development. However, based on the first reports from the investigation into the Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 accident death in early 2021, we will continue to read and progress, ”De Juniac said.