A report from Aviation Week & Aeronautics International shows the most common airline crashes on flights to the U.S. are involving international flights.
While most domestic and international flights involve the same airlines, the report says airlines often fly on different routes and different routes often include different types of passengers.
Airlines often fly at night or on short flights, making the chances of a crash very high, the airline experts say.
Read more about crashes on airliners: In the report, the experts say there are two main factors that can increase the likelihood of a plane crashing on a flight.
The first is a crash that occurs during a scheduled maintenance check, which means the airline is working to fix an issue that has caused the problem in the first place.
The second is a catastrophic event, such as a catastrophic failure in a computer system.
That could cause the plane to lose control and explode.
The report also says there are several factors that may lead to a crash, including a passenger not showing up for an appointment, a passenger or crew member leaving the cabin for an extended period, or a passenger taking a wrong route.
For the past five years, the FAA has been working on a new system that would better classify a crash and allow airlines to identify potential risks.
The new system will allow the FAA to monitor crashes more closely and give airlines more time to correct the problems.
If you would like to read more about the report and the FAA’s plan to fix crashes, click here.