We are currently liasing with the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau and Civil Aviation Authority.
What does AAIB stand for?
AAIB stands for Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (Switzerland)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 2 other meanings of AAIB in our Acronym Attic
- Association on American Indian Affairs (since 1923; Sisseton, South Dakota)
- Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (consolidation of the Automotive Parts & Accessories Association and the Automotive Service Industry Association)
- Anglo-American Isham Ancestry Association
- Art Addiction International Art Association
- Adventure Activities Industry Advisory Committee (UK)
- Association of Advisers and Inspectors for Art and Design (UK)
- American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
- Abbreviated Accident Investigation Board
- Air Accidents Investigation Branch (United Kingdom)
- Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (Denmark)
- American Association for the Improvement of Boxing (Mount Vernon, NY)
- American Association of Instructors of the Blind (est. 1871)
- Anglo Arab Insurance Brokers (high risk insurance; various locations)
- Arab African International Bank
- Automation Alley International Business Center (Troy, MI)
- Akaun Amanah Industri Bekalan Elektrik (Malay: Malaysian Electricity Supply Industries Trust Account; est. 1997; power generating companies fund)
- Anderson/Abruzzo International Balloon Museum
- Abilene Association of Independent Business Owners (Texas)
- American Association for Industrial Behavior Safety (Los Angeles, CA)
- Association of Australasian International Baccalaureate Schools
Samples in periodicals archive:
The report from the Swiss Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau, completed late last month and published on the internet, was based on three near misses between 1998 and 2000.
The pilots also failed to check the weather conditions before take off, said the report, prepared by the Libyans and made public by the Swiss Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau.