Air Accidents Investigation Institute
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Air Accidents Investigation Institute (AAII, Czech: Ústav pro odborné zjišťování příčin leteckých nehod, ÚZPLN) is the Czech Republic government agency investigating aviation accidents and incidents. It is headquartered in Letňany, 18th district, Prague.
On 14 October 2002, the Czech government passed resolution no.1006, which approved the statutes of the AAII and appointed Pavel Štrůbl as the agency's first managing director. The AAII began on 1 January 2003. Formerly the Civil Aviation Authority had the accident investigation competencies of the current AAII.
The AAII was established with the Czech name originally being Ústav pro odborně technické zjišťování příčin leteckých nehod since January 2003. In July 2006, was renamed ("odborné" instead of "odborně technické") to its current Czech name. The organization has had the same English name since its inception.
- "Contacts." Air Accidents Investigation Institute. Retrieved on 15 February 2012. "Beranových 130, Prague, Czech Republic ZIP Code 19900"
- "nasa.htm." Air Accidents Investigation Institute. 12 August 2004. Retrieved on 26 February 2012.
- History, ÚZPLN
- "aaii.gif." Air Accidents Investigation Institute. 5 January 2005. Retrieved on 26 February 2012.
- Air Accidents Investigation Institute
- Air Accidents Investigation Institute (Czech)
- Zákon č. 49/1997 Sb., o civilním letectví (Civil Aviation Act), current wording, see § 55a. ÚZPLN established by 258/2002 Sb., renamed by 225/2006 Sb.
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