The Accident Investigation Board Norway is a public committee of inquiry. The purpose of AIBN investigations is to clarify the sequence of events and factors which are assumed to be of importance for the prevention of transport accidents. The AIBN shall not apportion blame or liability.
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  • 03.04.2014 2014/03 When the helicopter approached an area with reduced visibility, the pilot-in-command elected to perform a precautionary landing on a snowcovered field. The helicopter had a slight forward movement and this, in combination with a slightly firm landing, made the helicopter tip over...
  • 03.04.2014 2014/02 En route from Rakkestad (ENRK) to Kvernberget (ENKB), after passing Kjeller (ENKJ), the commander registered problems with the engine and loss of oil pressure. He attempted to return to Kjeller, but the engine seized, and he had to perform an emergency landing in a field just sho...
  • 18.03.2014 2014/02 At 13:25 on Friday 17 May 2013, tram no 104 ran into tram no 114 at Sørli tram stop in Oslo. Both trams were en route from Oslo to Ljabru. Tram 114 was standing still while passengers were alighting and boarding when it was hit by tram 104. Three people were taken to the accident...
  • 25.02.2014 Report on serious incident at Oslo Airport Gardermoen on 31 October 2012, aircraft proximity (AIRPROX) between LN-DYC (NAX741) and LN-NOM (NAX740), both operated by Norwegan Air Shuttle ASA English translation now available. On 31 October 2012, an aircraft proximity (AIRPROX) situation occurred between two aircraft from Norwegian Air Shuttle during a simultaneous missed approach (NAX741) and departure (NAX740) at Oslo Airport. There was a strong tailwind on final...
  • 19.02.2014 2014/01 Directional control was lost during landing at Gjerstad grass strip at Skarnes in Hedmark. The aircraft touched the ground three times before it ended in the cornfield on the left side of the grass strip. The aircraft rolled on the main wheels a short distance before it ended up ...
  • 30.01.2014 2014/02 Svealand was docked at Tau in Rogaland on the 3. April 2012 for loading cargo, when one of the crew fell 5 meters when he attempted to access the quay using the cargo lift. He died 13 days later from the injury. AIBN has uncovered that use of cargo lift both for cargo purposes...