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The 100 Years of Accident Investigation - What's Next , 14 October, 2015 London

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Krista Kuznecova
Source: Aerotime

The 100 Years of Accident Investigation - What's Next conference organized by AAIB will take place on 14 October, 2015 at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London, United Kingdom. Conference will be held in order to celebrate the centenary of the appointment of the UK’s first professional air safety investigator.

 The main emphasis of the programme will be looking to the future, as AAIB explores the evolving landscape of air accident investigation and some of the emerging challenges and opportunities for accident investigation agencies.

The exciting technical programme will be supported by speakers from a number of UK and overseas organisations, including the AAIB, major aircraft/engine manufacturers, operators and government regulators.



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