Accident Investigation Bureau
AIB launches accidents investigating App
The Accident Investigation Bureau has launched an App, which will assist the Bureau with investigating aircraft accidents and incidents. AIB said the App features a live reporting menu, whereby (pictures/videos) can be uploaded by any user who has witnessed events that could result in aircraft accidents. “The application gives us a new and more convenient…
AIB, Benin Republic sign pact on accident investigation
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), and the Benin Republic Bureau of Air Accident Investigation, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to boost cooperation in terms of air accident investigation and capacity building. The AIB Commissioner, Akin Olateru, while signing the MoU recently in Abuja explained that the pact was to help Republic of Benin…
AIB deploys technology to enhance timely reportage of accidents
Apparently to enhance its functions and interface with members of the general public, the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has deployed technology as part of its operations. Specifically, the bureau launched a mobile app for easy and real-time reportage of serious incidences in the aviation industry nationwide. The initiative has also been commended by stakeholders as…
Report indicts pilots in Plateau’s 2012 police helicopter crash
• Bureau regrets delay of 22 other findings Pilots of the ill-fated Nigeria Police Force (NPF) helicopter that crashed in 2012 have been indicted of gross violation of civil aviation rules. The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), in one of the three final reports released yesterday in Lagos, noted that whereas the main pilot had expired…
AIB revives N2.09b worth of abandoned flight safety equipment
Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has revived the N2.09 billion ($5.8 million) worth of Flight Safety Laboratory equipment erstwhile abandoned at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja.
AIB trains police officers in accident investigation
Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has trained men of the Nigerian police to effectively secure aircraft accident sites and ensure that evidence are not tampered with.The police officers, 20 in number, constitute the first batch of the training programme.
One year after, no final report on Bristow crash
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), however, said it had concluded an investigation into the cause of the crash.
AIB completes wreckage hanger facility for investigations
Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has completed the construction of a Wreckage Preservation and Reconstruction Hangar facility, to ease accident investigations and analyses in the country.