General aviation accidents nationwide

Since early 2015, a total of 1,546 general aviation accidents in the United States has left 466 dead and 384 injured, according to data from the National Transportation Safety Board through May 17, 2016. Here are the details of those accidents, which involved small aircraft, including planes, helicopters, balloons and gliders. Blue icons on the map indicate fatal accidents, with the number of fatalities marked on the icon. Zoom into or out of the map to change the view. Click the icons for details. Read more about the recent spate of airplane crashes on Long Island. This database was posted on May 21, 2016.

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An emergency landing in Riverhead in April 2016 was classified by the NTSB as an incident and not an accident.
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