Over the last few years, there have been many accidents and incidents that have made flying feel risky and dangerous. There have been reports of entire planes vanishing off of the face of the earth and potentially sinking into irrecoverable depths in the ocean and even aircrafts getting shot down by terrorists or calamities. Many people are afraid of flying and some even have a genuine phobia of them—these relatively recent news can give validation to these incidents.
There are some things to consider, however, as this does not mean that flying in its entirety is inherently dangerous.
As it stands, air travel remains to be the safest form of transport known so far. There are far more people who meet their ends on the road than they do in the sky. There are certain promises that an airline makes to its passengers and to the families of these passengers to ensure the safest flight possible.
If there should be any injuries or fatalities that are a result of negligence, legal action against the airline is warranted in order to receive justice and some form of recompense in order to make the blow that any unfortunate incident may have resulted into. There is never really any way to replace what has been lost due to these incredible devastating incidents. That does not mean that those who have lost so much due to an aviation accident should be trapped to only mourn their losses. The unnecessary loss should always be something that institutions like these should hold themselves accountable for, in order to ensure the safety of future passengers and so on.
If any injuries or fatalities were due to some form of negligence, it is the responsibility of all those concerned to make things right.