The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is the independent agency of the
United States Government responsible for the investigation of transportation accidents.
The NTSB participates in the investigation of aviation accidents and serious incidents
outside the United States in accordance with the Chicago Convention of the International
Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPS)
provide in Annex 13 to the Convention.
If an accident or serious incident occurs in a foreign state involving a civil aircraft
of U.S. Registry, a U.S. operator, or an aircraft of U.S. design or U.S. manufacture,
where the foreign state is a signator to the ICAO Convention, that state is responsible
for the investigation. In accord with the ICAO Annex 13 SARPS, upon receipt of a
formal notification of the accident or serious incident that may involve significant
issues, the NTSB may designate a U.S. Accredited Representative and appoint advisors
to carry out the Obligations, receive the Entitlements, provide Consultation, and
receive Safety Recommendations from the state of occurrence.
If an accident or serious incident occurs in a foreign state not bound by the provisions
of Annex 13 to the ICAO Convention, or if a foreign state delegates all or part
of an investigation by mutual consent to the NTSB, or if the accident or serious
incident involves a public aircraft, the conduct of the investigation shall be in
consonance with any agreement entered into between and the United States and the
Recent Investigations with NTSB Participation
The official source for information on any ICAO aircraft accident or serious incident
investigation rests with the state of occurrence. The data presented on this page
is provided by the U.S. Accredited Representative and is intended only for informational
purposes as a record of US participation for each specific event. Every attempt
is made to confirm the information with the investigating authority of the state
of occurrence prior to its appearance. However, for the most current official information,
a hyperlink to the appropriate Web site of the foreign state is provided when available.
records are available for the last two years to date.
|Foreign (HTML)||08/29/2019||Merimbula, Australia||SAAB 340|| ||ENG19RA033||Incident
|Foreign (HTML)||08/07/2019||Hamburg, Germany||RAYTHEON 390|| ||ENG19RA038||Incident
|Foreign (HTML)||06/19/2019||Dryden, Ontario, Canada||AEROSPATIALE AS355|| ||ENG19RA027||Unavailable
|Foreign (HTML)||05/18/2019||Roatán, Honduras||Piper PA32||N260TM||CEN19RA145||Fatal(5)
|Foreign (HTML)||04/12/2019||Tambo International Airport, South Africa||AVRO 146|| ||ENG19RA019||Incident
|Foreign (HTML)||03/10/2019||Addis Ababa, Ethiopia||BOEING 737|| ||DCA19RA101||Fatal(157)
|Foreign (HTML)||12/24/2018||Santa Maria Coronango, State of Puebla, Mexico||AGUSTA A109|| ||ERA19RA077||Fatal(5)
|Foreign (HTML)||12/11/2018||Brussels, Belgium||AIRBUS A330|| ||ENG19RA007||Incident
|Foreign (HTML)||11/09/2018||Georgetown, Guyana||Boeing 757||N524AT||DCA19RA025||Unavailable
|Foreign (HTML)||11/06/2018||Dusky Forest, New Zealand||AEROSPATIALE AS350|| ||WPR19RA044||Unavailable