ACCIDENT REPORTING GUIDELINES:
- . 24 hour accident reporting line:
- 2. All reportable accidents are required to be notified to the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB).
- 3. 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.
- 4. If the accident occurs on or adjacent to an aerodrome, then the aerodrome authority is also required to notify the accident.
- 5. The notification is required to be passed to the AIB by the quickest means giving, as far as possible, the following information:
If is an Accident or Incident
- a. The type, model, nationality and registration marks of the aircraft;
- b. The names of the owner, operator and hirer (if any) of the aircraft;
- c. The name of the commander of the aircraft;
- d. The date and time (UTC)(Nigeria time) of the accident;
- e. The last point of departure and the next point of intended landing of the aircraft involved;
- f. The position of the accident in relation to some easily defined geographical location;
The number of
- - crew on board (COB) and number killed or seriously injured.
- - passengers on board (POB) and the number killed or seriously injured.