AAIB

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AcronymDefinition
AAIBAir Accidents Investigation Branch (United Kingdom)
AAIBArab African International Bank
AAIBAircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (Switzerland)
AAIBAnglo Arab Insurance Brokers (high risk insurance; various locations)
AAIBAmerican Association of Instructors of the Blind (est. 1871)
AAIBAbbreviated Accident Investigation Board
AAIBAmerican Association for the Improvement of Boxing (Mount Vernon, NY)
AAIBAircraft Accident Investigation Board (Denmark)
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The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) has initiated an inquiry to ascertain the cause of the accident.
The Indian aviation authorities, Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB), was prompted to launch an investigation into an incident after a mid-air collision between two passenger planes was averted in the Mumbai, Maharashtra, airspace, reports said Sunday.
The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau has started an investigation as both the carriers were just 100 feet away and were full with passengers," an aviation official said Sunday, according to (http://www.
Since it is a clear accident, this chopper crash will be probed by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau," the official said.
Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau will launch thorough inquiry (sic)," he tweeted.
Centre notifies regulatory framework for making the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau an independent body ahead of ICAO audit
Additionally, the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau has been asked to conduct a detailed investigation into the incident.
We are currently liasing with the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau and Civil Aviation Authority.
The report from the Swiss Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau, completed late last month and published on the internet, was based on three near misses between 1998 and 2000.
The pilots also failed to check the weather conditions before take off, said the report, prepared by the Libyans and made public by the Swiss Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau.
There are four major regulatory agencies in the aviation section, DGCA, BCAS, Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) and AAI.
The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) report, a copy of which is with ANI, says, "The incident was reported on April 21, when Jet Airways flight 9W 597 sought to land at Delhi IGI Airport.
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