Papua New Guinea Accident Investigation Commission

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The Papua New Guinea Accident Investigation Commission (PNG AIC) is an agency of Papua New Guinea investigating aviation accidents and incidents. Its head office is in the AIC Building in Boroko, National Capital District.[1]

Previously the head office was Enga House 1.[2]

The AIC was formed after a 2008 ABC Australia exposé over air safety in PNG which revealed a lack of investigation of air disasters.[3]

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  1. ^ "Contact." Papua New Guinea Accident Investigation Commission. Retrieved on April 23,2013. "PNG ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION COMMISSION P.O BOX 1709 BOROKO NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT AIC BUILDING PORTION 2437 – 7 Mile"
  2. ^ "AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION INTERIM REPORT COLLISION WITH TERRAIN, P2-MCB, DE HAVILLAND DHC 6-300, 6NM SSE KOKODA, 11 AUGUST 2009. Interim Report." (Archive) Papua New Guinea Accident Investigation Commission. Retrieved on April 25, 2013. "ENGA HOUSE 1, 7MILE, P O BOX 1489, PORT MORESBY, NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT, PAPUA NEW GUINEA"
  3. ^ Marshall, Steve. "The Fatal Sky." (Archive) ABC Australia. 19 August 2008. Retrieved on 23 April 2013.

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