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NTSBNational Transportation Safety Board (US)
NTSBNational Transport Safety Board (Pakistan)
NTSBNational Training School for Boys (juvenile corrections; Washington, DC)
NTSBNational Theatre Symphonic Band (Singapore)
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Tesla Motor, a United States-based automaker, has withdrawn from the National Transportation Safety Board's 'party agreement' regarding the fatal Model X Autopilot accident.
The mid-air collision involved a Piper PA-28 and a Beech Bonanza near Warrenton-Fauquier Airport in Virginia and, because of special circumstances, the TSB has been delegated to investigate this accident by the US agency, the National Transportation Safety Board (NSTB).
National Transportation Safety Board has sent a team of investigators to Mexico to probe the helicopter crash that killed the country's No.
This study will complement the National Transportation Safety Board investigative initiative and the Department of Transportation's regulatory initiatives, which are currently underway.
The pilots of the two planes were in contact with controllers at a regional Federal Aviation Administration facility about 40 miles away in Virginia, a spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board, said.
Prior to that she served a five-year term as administrator of the US Federal Aviation Administration and earlier was chairman of the US National Transportation Safety Board.
Since 1996, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued 89 recommendations aimed at reducing risks from in-flight structural icing, engine and aircraft component icing, runway condition and contamination, ground icing, and winter weather operations.
Boeing 777, which uses a Rolls-Royce engine, according to The National Transportation Safety Board. 3.
The National Transportation Safety Board report also noted earlier "problems" with the plane.
Experts from the National Transportation Safety Board have not found anything mechanically wrong with the plane.
National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Peter Knudson said the aircraft's maintenance log indicated a compressor stall occurred on January 13.
National Transportation Safety Board member Debbie Hersman said a cockpit voice recording of the Friday night crash in West Columbia, south Carolina, indicated the crew tried to abort the take-off, but then signalled the efforts were failing.
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