Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB)
Information on how to report an aircraft accident or serious incident
Investigation reports published by the AAIB.
About the AICC
A concise version of the AAIB's guidance document for the emergency services and airfield operators.
Statutory Instruments 2018 No. 321
Glossary of abbreviations used in the AAIB monthly bulletin.
Investigation and prevention of accidents and incidents in civil aviation
Information about what Safety Recommendations are and how we make them as part of our investigations.
Information on how we use drones to obtain aerial images of accident sites.
The International Standards and Recommended Practices for the investigation of aircraft accidents and incidents
This is to be used to record information from passengers involved in aircraft accidents.
How the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) investigates aircraft accident and serious incidents.
The investigation process relating to general aviation accidents.
The investigation process relating to commercial air transport major disasters, accidents and serious incidents.
If an aircraft goes missing in water, how do we find it?
What classifies as an aircraft accident or serious incident
A collection of articles explaining how the AAIB works.
Information on how we investigate.
What to do in the event of an aircraft accident or serious incident and what the Air Accidents Investigation Branch will do.
This guidance has been prepared to assist in the event of an aircraft accident or serious incident occurring in an Overseas Territory.
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