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.
During approach to Kittilä (EFKT) in Finland on 26 December 2012, LN-DYM, a Boeing 737-800 NG on Norwegian Air Shuttle's (NAS') air service NAX5630 from Helsinki airport (EFHK), came close to stalling. The outcome of a stall would most likely have been catastrophic, primarily bec...
On Tuesday 10 March 2015, at approximately 11.00, passenger train 7224 collided with a crane on a work train of the LM type.
While trawling off the west coast of Lindesnes on Wednesday 12 February 2014, the trawler 'Carina', with two brothers on board, capsized and sank. Following an extensive search, 'Carina' was located at a depth of approximately 150 metres, 2.4 nautical miles south of Ullerøysund l...
On 5 August 2013, an empty Polish-registered heavy goods vehicle caught fire about 8,5 km into the 11.4-km-long Gudvangatunnelen tunnel. The vehicle caught fire, the smoke from the fire was intence, and a total of 67 persons was forced to evacuate the tunnel.
At approximately 8:20 on Monday 9 February 2015, a freight train travelling from Bergen to Oslo derailed between Haugastøl and Tunga stations on the Bergen line.
The locomotive went off the rails to the right in the direction of travel near Grytå bridge. No one was injured in t...
One person perished on board the workboat Stålbjørn during maintenance work on the mooring lines of a fish farm outside Hitra on 31 July 2013. The deceased was hit by a mooring line in the upper body and was thrown backwards. He later died from the injuries. The skipper's legs we...