Government alone cannot fund accident investigation, says AIB boss
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), yesterday, said the decision to make its funding the sole responsibility of the federal government would neither help the agency nor the progress already made.
‘NASS to okay AIB bill for rail, road accident investigation’
The National Assembly has penciled the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB’s) draft bill for passage, and expanding statutory duties at the Bureau.
AIB gets new conditions of service
The Federal Government has approved a new condition of service for the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB). The approval, conveyed in a letter dated June 25, 2019 and sent to the Bureau from the office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation....
Investigators demand videos, evidence of presidential helicopter crash
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has urged members of the public to support its probe of last weekend’s Caverton helicopter crash, by availing video footage of the accident.
AIB targets infrastructure upgrade, systems review
Commissioner of the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), Akin Olateru, has said that the agency would do more in the upgrade of its infrastructure, ensure constant review of its systems, processes and procedure, and invest more on human capital development in 2019. Olateru, who was pleased with achievements of the bureau in 2018, said the new…
Why there’s improved air safety in Nigeria,says AIB boss
The Commissioner for the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), Mr Akin Olateru, says the aviation sector has recorded no major air crash for over three years because of the synergy and effective collaboration among the agencies.
AIB releases Bristow helicopter crash report, three others
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) yesterday released the final report on a fatal accident involving Bristow Helicopters...
Committee begins review of 120 safety recommendations, implementation by airlines, others
An aviation special committee yesterday began reviewing 120 safety recommendations and their implementation by airlines, regulators and aircraft manufacturers among others.
Flooding, wet surface behind Dana Air’s PH runway scare, says AIB
The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) yesterday released the preliminary report on the recent Dana Air plane incident at Port Harcourt International Airport, citing flooding and wet surface as primary casual factors.