The National Transportation
Safety Board met on Jan 30, 2018, in Washington, DC to determine the
probable cause of the October 2016 uncontained engine failure of American
Airlines flight 383 that occurred in Chicago, Illinois.
In addition to determining the probable cause of the engine failure and any factors that may have contributed to the accident, the Board is expected to vote on recommendations to address safety issues uncovered during the investigation.
The meeting is scheduled to be held in the NTSB Board
Room and Conference Center, 429 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, D.C.,
beginning at 9:30 a.m. ET Jan 30. The board meeting is open to the public
and media and will be webcast live at http://ntsb.capitolconnection.org/.
Opening Statement - Chairman Robert L. Sumwalt
Investigator-in-Charge presentation—Lorenda Ward
Powerplants and Metallurgy presentation—Pierre Scarfo and Dr. Donald Kramer
Operations and Survival Factors presentation—Capt. Shawn Etcher and Pete Wentz
Closing Statement - Chairman Robert L. Sumwalt
NTSB public events are also streamed live via webcast. Webcasts are archived for a period of three months from the time of the meeting. Webcast archives are generally available by the end of the event day for public Meetings, and by the end of the next day for Technical conferences.
If you wish to obtain a copy of NTSB meetings, please contact the NTSB Records Management Division at (202) 314-6551 or 800-877-6799. You may also request this information from the NTSB web site or write the following: National Transportation Safety Board, Records Management Division (CIO-40), 490 L'Enfant Plaza, SW,Washington, DC 20594. View archived video of meetings (Webcasts are archived for a period of three months from the time of the meeting.)