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Photo News: AIB hosts experts at Flight Safety Laboratory for evaluation, training

Commissioner/CEO, Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), Engr. Akin Olateru, ICAO representative and Commissioner, Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA), Mr Caj Frostel and Singaporean Government representative Mr Micheal Toft at the AIB Flight Safety Laboratory in Abuja. The two experts came for technical evaluation of the laboratory and staff training capacity to maximize the benefits of the laboratory.
L-R. Commissioner/CEO Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), Engr. Akin Olateru with the Chairman, National Transportation Safety Bureau (NTSB), Robert L. Sumwalt and Managing Director of NTSB, Mr Dennis Jones at the headquarters of NTSB, Washington DC, United States of America during Olateru’s recent official visit to NTSB.

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