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While the investigation into the September 16, 2011 crash of a vintage P-51D Mustang aircraft at the Reno Air Races in Reno, NV remains ongoing, today the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reported that they were unable to retrieve any on-board video from the badly damaged components and memory cards found in the debris field.
Today, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) outlined the agency's role and participation in international aviation safety investigations; a lesser known role for the agency.
Airbus Military has been informed that a C212 aircraft operated by PT Nusantara Buana Air has had an accident in the north Sumatran region of Indonesia.
The National Transportation Safety Board is launching a Go-Team to an aviation accident that occurred yesterday afternoon at the Reno Air Race in Reno, Nevada.
As part of the continuing investigation into the 2010 rapid decompression that occurred following a fuselage rupture aboard an American Airlines flight shortly after departing Miami, Florida, today the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) opened its public docket.
The Boeing Company wishes to offer its deepest sympathies to the families and friends of those lost today in the First Air 737-200 accident in Resolute, Canada, as well as wishes for the recovery of those injured.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today issued a new rule to enhance aviation safety by requiring scheduled airlines to install ice detection equipment in their existing fleets or to update their flight manuals to make sure crews know when they should activate their ice protection systems.
In its third intermediate report, the French Accident Investigation Bureau (BEA) has just presented the exact circumstances of the AF 447 Rio/Paris accident on 1 June 2009.
The Boeing Company wishes to extend its profound condolences to the families and friends of the crewmembers involved in the Asiana Airlines accident off the coast of South Korea.
The Boeing Company offers heartfelt sympathy to the families and friends of those lost today in the Hewa Bora Airways 727 accident, and our hope for the recovery of those injured. Boeing stands ready to provide technical assistance to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of the Democratic Republic of the Congo through the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating today’s crash of a B-17 (N390TH) vintage airplane. The crash occurred approximately 3-4 miles southeast of the Aurora Municipal Airport near Oswego, Illinois. It has been reported that there was an in-flight fire prior to impact. There were 7 persons on board. No injuries have been reported at this time.
The preliminary information released by the BEA today is consistent with facts published in the BEA preliminary and interim reports. The BEA’s work constitutes a significant step towards the identification of the complete chain of events that led to the tragic accident of Air France flight 447 in June 2009.
On the eve of second anniversary of the AF447 tragedy, Air France and its staff are turning their thoughts to the families of the passengers and crew and wish to express their full solidarity.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) today determined that a New Mexico State Police (NMSP) helicopter pilot's decision to take off from a remote landing site, without conducting a thorough assessment of the weather and night time conditions, was the primary cause of the 2009 fatal crash.
NTSB cites pilot´s temporary unresponsiveness in probable cause of August 2010 Aleknagik, Alaska accident25. may. 2011 11:54 | Safety
The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the probable cause of the August 9, 2010, airplane crash into mountainous terrain near Aleknagik, Alaska, was the pilot’s temporary unresponsiveness for reasons that could not be established from the available information.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has launched a go-team to yesterday's accident involving a Boeing 707-321B (N707AR) that experienced an engine fire during takeoff at Point Mugu Naval Air Station, Port Hueneme, CA. The aircraft is registered and operated by Omega Air Inc., an air refueling contractor that uses specially-equipped and converted civilian airplanes to serve as air refueling platforms for the military.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is investigating an air traffic control incident involving two regional jets that occurred on Monday, May 16, 2011 at Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
The Boeing Company wishes to extend its well wishes for a full and speedy recovery of those injured in today's crash of an Omega Aerial Refueling 707-300 converted tanker. Boeing is sending an investigator to provide technical support to the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board in its investigation.
The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a press briefing today at 3 p.m. (EST) on its investigation into yesterday's crash involving a Beech 18 (N18R) airplane. The airplane crashed into a Miami Gardens, Florida residence shortly after departure from Opa-Locka Airport.
"Air France has been informed by the BEA, (Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses pour la sécurité de l’aviation civile) the French body responsible for technical investigations into civil aviation accidents or incidents, that a second flight recorder (Cockpit Voice Recorder) from the Airbus A330 operating the Rio-Paris-Charles de Gaulle flight which disappeared over the Atlantic on 1 June 2009, has been located and retrieved.