Submit airline incident reports

Is there a website with a list of all commercial airline incidents?


There is also JACDEC (Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Center).

JADEC provides a "safety index" for each airline listed. The index is the result of a complex form that contains multiple factors such as accidents and major incidents, passenger numbers, safety audits, etc. The safety index for each airline they cover is displayed on their website. Unfortunately, if you want the report that includes this assessment, you will have to pay for it.

One subtle point is that JADEC is NOT a list of airlines in order of their safety. It's a list of the 60 largest airlines (measured by sales) in the order of their security.

The safety index is calculated from a number of factors. They say:

We believe the operating environment is a critical factor in an airline's safety performance. One lesson from our ten years of experience in flight safety analysis is the following: There is a direct connection between the safety of an airline and the competence and transparency of the control authorities. That is why we have been using the results of the so-called USOAP for years. This acronym stands for Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program. In this global program, which is led by all ICAO members, the entire civil aviation system is subjected to a voluntary examination. In particular, it examines how a country can meet and maintain defined standards for flight safety.

In addition, we dealt with the transparency of a government agency. We ask: Are all relevant events on the table or not? Compared to previous years, 2013 delivered some encouraging results, but many key players such as China, Turkey or Mexico were unable to make their accident investigations accessible to a wider audience.

It's not what you're looking for upfront because you want the raw data to do your own evaluations / analysis instead of someone else's non-statistical factors, but it does seem like a pretty serious and robust / professional evaluation.