Accident Investigation Bureau Nigeria (AIB-N) has assured of its resolve to double efforts towards enhancing aviation safety in Africa and beyond through quality investigations of air mishaps.

In a statement made available to Transport Day in Abuja, the Commissioner of the Bureau, Engr. Akin Olateru at the conclusion of the week-long workshops organised by the Bureau and Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) in partnership with the African  Union(AU) and European Union, (EU) under the  Aviation Safety for Africa,(EU-ASA), a statement by the General Manager, Public Affairs, Tunji Oketunbi stated that AIB would continue to work in partnership with relevant agencies and stakeholders in the aviation industry for secure airspace in the African sub-region and beyond.

According to him, “AIB, in partnership with industry stakeholders, will always play a critical role in promoting aviation safety through quality investigations and timely publication of reports,” he said.

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Adding that the Bureau’s resolve to continue to align with the current trends of enhancing aviation safety through improved technology, training and retraining of the personnel, contributes meaningfully to the achievement of the Bureau’s mandate.

Speaking, the BAGAIA Commissioner, Engr. Charles Irikefe Erhueh appreciated the AIB management, the  Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), and AU for their support and cooperation towards the successful completion of the workshops, which were organised as part of efforts to drive safety measures and quick response during air mishaps in Nigeria and other African countries.

He also called on the participants of the workshops to ensure that they put all the knowledge and skills acquired at the training into practice at their various organisations.

The week-long workshops were titled “Role of Accident and Incident Investigation in the State Safety programmes (SSP), and Flight Recorder- Recorder and Beyond”.Participants at the workshops were drawn from AIB, NCAA, the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), the BAGAIA, and aviation stakeholders.

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