State Commission on Aircraft Accidents Investigation

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The State Commission on Aircraft Accidents Investigation (SCAAI,[1] Polish: Państwowa Komisja Badania Wypadków Lotniczych, PKBWL) is the civil air accident investigation agency of Poland and a division of the Ministry of Infrastructure. The agency has its headquarters in Warsaw.[2]

It is a distinct agency from the Committee for Investigation of National Aviation Accidents, which investigated the 2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash.[3]

SCAAI conducted the investigation for LOT Polish Airlines Flight 16.

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  1. ^ "Final Report Serious incident occurrence No. 344/07 Simultaneous beginning of take off by the crews of Boeing 737 (OM-NGF) and Boeing 767 (SP-LOA) aircraft on crossing runways. 13 August 2007, Warsaw — Okecie Aerodrome (EPWA)." (Archive) State Commission for Investigation of Air Accidents. 4 (4/15). Retrieved on 13 January 2011.
  2. ^ "Państwowa Komisja Badania Wypadków Lotniczych." (Archive) Ministry of Infrastructure. Retrieved on January 13, 2011. "Adres: Państwowa Komisja Badania Wypadkow Lotniczych ul. Chałubińskiego 4/6 00-928 Warszawa"
  3. ^ "Final Report from the examination of the aviation accident no 192/2010/11 involving the Tu-154M airplane, tail number 101, which occurred on April 10th, 2010 in the area of the SMOLENSK NORTH airfield". Committee for Investigation of National Aviation Accidents. 29 July 2011. p. 10 of 328. Retrieved 3 August 2011. 

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