Despite recent tragic airline events, flying is often rated as the safest form of transportation. Fatal accidents have declined steadily since the 1950s. Safety has been the highest priority for the aviation industry for the past 100 years. Statistically, you have a greater chance of dying in an automobile or bicycle accident or from a lightning strike. What factors account for the dramatic improvements in aviation safety? What issues remain to be addressed? What further improvements in airline safety might we reasonably expect in the foreseeable future? Join Bob Booth, career military and commercial pilot, to review the evolution of aviation safety, current issues and future developments in commercial air travel. Bring your questions regarding commercial air travel safety and security.