“Am I Going Down?” is a flight risk calculator designed to help those with a fear of flying. After entering your journey details, “Am I Going Down?” provides the likelihood of your flight going down.
How safe is your next flight?
Crashes may make the headlines, but they’re incredibly rare, and when they do happen, seldom lead to injury. With those facts, there’s no need for nervous flyers to fall back on anything but cold hard numbers. “Am I Going Down?” will tell you how and why you have only a millions-to-one chance of crashing, allowing you to fight fear with information.
Next time you want to fly, don’t take sleeping pills or a soft toy - take the truth.
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"'Am I Going Down?' app uses real flight statistics to analyse flight safety."
Also featured in: The Economist, Huffington Post, Quartz, Bustle, Gizmodo, Business Insider, Daily Telegraph, Gadget Show, and many more!
Disclaimer: While "Am I Going Down" is based on published flight and crash statistics to give an indication of flight safety, the app is intended for entertainment purposes only. The odds presented are an estimate of historical risk and not a prediction of future performance.
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What's new in version 2.7
Updated for iOS10
Rank in top paid apps
iOS Compatibility & Supported Devices
Am I Going Down? requires iOS 8.0 or later, and supported on the following devices: iPhone 6 ,iPhone 5 ,iPad 3 ,iPad Mini and iPod Touch 5G or newer.
Click the button below to download it from the iTunes store using your iPhone or visit the app's download page for android and other platforms.
Developer site: Am I Going Down? support
Hard to know
I tried inputting the worst airline, the worst departure, and the worst destination, along with the worst airplane and it...
Good for laughs!
Puts the fear of flying into sardonic and morbid perspective.
Helped my anxiety
Surprisingly useful. Thank you.
Technical support & help
Having trouble with the application? Report issues and get help here.