Aircraft Safety Record

By Hull Loss:

Aircraft Type, No. Of Hull Loss Accidents

Airbus:

A300: 34
A310: 11
A318: 0
A319: 2
A320: 31
A321: 4
A330: 11
A340: 5
A350 XWB: 0
A380: 0

Boeing:

717: 0
727: 118
737-200: 119
737-300: 29
737-400: 21
737-500: 8
737-600: 0
737-700: 3
737-800: 12
737-900: 0
737 MAX-8: 0
747: 60
757: 8
767: 15
777: 6
787: 0

Bombardier:

CRJ-100/200/440: 17
CRJ-700: 2
CRJ-900: 1
CRJ-1000: 0
CSeries: 0

Embraer:

EMB-120: 21
ERJ Series (135/140/145 combined): 8
E-Jet Series (170/190 combined): 4

Fokker:

F-27: 175
F-28: 45
F-50: 13
F-70: 0
F-100: 14

Lockheed:

L-1011 TriStar: 11

McDonnell Douglas:

DC-9/MD-80s/MD-90/717 series combined: 143
DC-10: 32
MD-11: 9

Data Provided from: https://aviation-safety.net/database/types/McDonnell-Douglas-MD-11/index

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Alright B717!

Boeing has been around for much longer and they have produced many more planes so that’s also why the hull losses are much higher

Hmm, A380 hasn’t experienced any hull losses until today. Great Job Airbus!


Same goes to B787, Despite experiencing ion-lithium issues, But B787 hasn’t experienced any hull losses until today. Great Job Boeing

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