To be one of the foremost accident investigation bodies in the world striving towards improved aviation safety.
To carry out quality and timely investigations with competent aviation professionals applying best practices.
FIRST INTERIM STATEMENT ON ASSOCIATED AIRLINES EMB 120, REGISTRATION 5N-BJY CRASH WHICH OCCURRED ON 3RD OCTOBER, 2013 AT JOINT USERS HYDRANT INSTALLATION AREA, MURTALA MUHAMMED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA...read more
The Nigerian Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) is under the Ministry of Aviation and is responsible for the investigation of civil aircraft accidents and serious incidents within Nigeria. The Fundamental Objective of AIB is to improve aviation safety by determining the circumstances and causes of air accidents and serious incidents and making safety recommendations intended to prevent recurrence of similar accidents in future...read more
Accident Reporting Guidelines 24 hour accident reporting lines:
All reportable accidents are required to be notified to the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB).
The legal responsibility for notification of an accident rest first with the commander of the aircraft or, if he be killed or incapacitated, then the operator.
If the accident occurs on or adjacent to an aerodrome, then the aerodrome authority is also required to notify the accident. read more
Reports & Publications
AIB conducts quality and timely investigations into aircraft accidents and serious incidents with a view to determine cause of such occurrence(s) and make safety recommendations to prevent future reoccurrence of similar incidents. The reports are published... read more