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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Ethiopia's Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau released its preliminary report on the Boeing 737 Max Jet crash.
Chief Inspector of Hong Kong's Transport and Housing Bureau (THB) had ordered an investigation into the incident and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) of the United States of America and the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) of India, representing the State of Design and Manufacture and State of Registry of the aircraft respectively, were notified about the matter.
The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau has launched an investigation into the incident. 
Bhullar also announced that a probe into the plane crash will be conducted by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau.
The incident has been treated as "serious" as IndiGo Airbus A320 plane and Air Deccan's Beechcraft 1900D were just about 700 meters away from each other and is being probed by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB), they added.
"Since it is a clear accident, this chopper crash will be probed by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau," the official said.
IN ORDER to prepare for the rigorous air safety audit of the International Civil Aviation Organisation ( ICAO) at the end of this month, the government has notified the regulatory framework for making the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau ( AAIB) an independent entity in order to meet best global practices.
"Additionally, the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau has been asked to conduct a detailed investigation into the incident." The airline said it had launched its own investigation.
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.
Director general of Civil Aviation, B.S. Bhullar, said the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau will conduct a detailed probe into the crash.
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