Mid air collision is an accident where two or more aircrafts collides in the course of a flight. Mid air collision usually leads to minor or severe damage to the aircraft depending on the impact from the collision. In some cases, it can lead to total destruction on one or both aircrafts which may bring about injury or death of those on board depending on the impact of the collision. According to many reports on mid air collision, the chances for survival are usually nil especially where there is no ejector seats or parachutes which may assist those on board evade the collision. There are many causes of mid-air collision. However, reports shows that the risk of collision can be increased by miscommunication. It can also be caused by error in navigation, and deviation from flight plans. Evidently, there are few or rare occurrence of mid air collision because of the expansiveness of the open air spaces (FAA, 987). However, there are increased cases of collisions near or at the airports owing to large volume of aircrafts looking for space in or out of the airport. This may also be contributed by closer spacing as compared to instances of general flights. Mid air collision are caused by human and technical factors.