Aviation and Maritime Investigation Authority

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Head office of the Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Regional Development, which houses the AMIA head office

The Aviation and Maritime Investigation Authority (AMIA,[1] Slovak: Letecký a námorný vyšetrovací útvar, LNVÚ[2]) is the accident and incident investigation authority of Slovakia for aviation and nautical matters. It is an independent part of the Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Regional Development.[1] Its head office is in the Ministry of Transport offices in Bratislava.[2][3]

Previously, the Civil Aviation Inspectorate Slovak Republic (Štátna letecká inšpekcia SR) conducted investigations on aviation accidents and incidents.[4]

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  1. ^ a b "Local Single Sky Implementation (LSSIP) SLOVAKIA." (Archive) Government of Slovakia and Eurocontrol. Part I - Chapter 1-8 1.5.1 Technical investigations. Retrieved on 7 January 2012.
  2. ^ a b "Kontakt." Aviation and Maritime Investigation Authority. Retrieved on 7 January 2012. "Adresa: Ministerstvo dopravy,výstavby a regionálneho rozvoja SR Letecký a námorný vyšetrovací útvar Námestie slobody 6 P.O.BOX 100 810 05 Bratislava"
  3. ^ "Home." Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Regional Development. Retrieved on 7 January 2012. "Námestie slobody č. 6 P.O.BOX 100 810 05 Bratislava Slovenská republika"
  4. ^ "FINAL REPORT on accident investigation of the Cessna FR 182 aircraft registration OE - XXX." (Archive) Civil Aviation Inspectorate Slovak Republic. Retrieved on 7 January 2012.

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