I have a fear of flight and I'm working on it.
There is an airfield about 40 minutes from me and they offer flying lessons in a Cessna-152 for around 140 euros per hour. Pretty reasonable I think. So, this is my next step. But... I've only ever flown in an A320 / 737. This is because of the (approximate) very low risk of around 1 in 11 million of a fatal incident occurring.
My question is, what is the fatality rate (per million) for flights in a Cessna? I know it will be higher, I just want to know how much.
I did Google and look around, but the stats seem skewed on several sites as they include global incidents, whereas I know Europe is more tightly regulated than some parts of the world. Also, I'm not going to be performing (intentional) aerobatics, so I think we can exclude those cases as well.