AIB GHANA

Asutuare Accident Investigation

Following the accident involving the ultralight aircraft that took place at Kasunua farms, at Asutuare in the Eastern Region, on  the 17th March 2022, a team of investigators were tasked to delve into the roots of the accident to find the event that led to its crash. Investigation team

Aviation Industry Prepares Ahead Of ICAO’s Crucial New Air Safety Standard

Airline operators have been trained in state-of-the-art technology that enables safety in Ghana’s aviation Industry ahead of implementing the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) required global aeronautical distress and safety system (GADSS) initiative in January 2023. Commissioner of the Aircraft Investigation Bureau, Mr. Akwesi A. Prempeh addressing the house

Invitation To Pre-Laying Meeting – Draft Aircraft Accident And Incident Investigation And Prevention Regulation 2022 Held On 4th April, 2022

The Subsidiary Legislation Committee of Parliament has held a pre-laying meeting on Monday 4th April 2022 at Parliament with the Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Justice, the Attorney General’s Department, Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation and Prevention Bureau (AIB) and other stakeholders in the Aviation industry to assist the

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Stakeholders Consultative Workshop Meeting on the Draft Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation and Prevention Legislative Instrument (LI) on 3RD March 2022

The Aircraft Accident Investigation and Prevention Bureau held a consultative workshop onThursday, 3rd March, 2022 at the AIB Conference Room. Representatives from the followingstakeholder Institutions were present: Office of the Attorney -General and Ministry of Justice Ministry of Transport Ministry of Information Ghana Judicial Service Ghana Civil Aviation Authority

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Ghana to ensure obligations to BAGAIA, ICAO are met – Deputy Transport Minister

Deputy Minister of Transport, Frederick Obeng Adom has assured Ghana remains committed to meeting its obligations to the Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) and International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). According to him, the establishment of Ghana’s Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) which is an independent body solely responsible

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Safety and Security Of  The Airspace Is Key.

The Transport Minister. Hon Kwaku Ofori, Asiamah stated that strengthening the Aircraft Accident Incident Investigation and Prevention Bureau (AIB)  is important to the Aviation sector. The Minister made this known when the Commissioner of Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) Mr Charles Irikefe Erhueh paid a courtesy call

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