The National Transportation Safety Board is dispatching a team of investigators to assist the government of India with its investigation of yesterday’s airplane accident in Mangalore.
In its continuing investigation of a fire aboard a Boeing 757 that diverted to Dulles Airport (IAD) enroute to the Los Angeles International airport (LAX) from New York’s John F. Kennedy International airport (JFK), the National Transportation Safety Board has developed the following factual information:
NTSB Issues Updates On Three Washington Metrorail Accident Investigations; Announces Board Meeting Date For 2009 Red Line Collision Investigation In Washington, D.C.
In its continuing investigation of the highway accident that killed 11 people near Munfordville, Kentucky, in March, the National Transportation Safety Board has developed the following factual information:
The National Transportation Safety Board is dispatching a team of investigators to assist the government of Libya in its investigation of an accident involving an Airbus A330- 200, which was equipped with General Electric CF6-8E1 engines.
The National Transportation Safety Board has launched a go-team to today’s marine accident in Staten Island, New York. At approximately 9:22 a.m., the Staten Island Ferry Andrew Barberi collided into the St. George terminal pier.
Washington, DC – The National Transportation Safety Board today published its agenda for the Professionalism in Aviation safety forum which will begin at 9:00 a.m., Tuesday May 18, 2010. NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman will chair the three-day, en-banc forum which is open to the public (there is no registration for attendees).
The National Transportation Safety Board’s course, Accident Investigation Orientation for Rail Professionals (RPH 301), scheduled for May 18-19, 2010, at its NTSB Training Center in Ashburn, Virginia (near Washington, D.C.), still has openings for interested mid- to senior-level rail industry professionals.
Washington, DC – In addition to the decisions and actions of the flight crewmembers, overwater safety equipment likely saved lives that might have otherwise been lost to drowning, the NTSB said.
The NTSB has launched an investigation into the near collision of a Southwest Airlines jetliner and a news helicopter over a runway at Houston’s Hobby Airport last week.