Transportation Safety Bureau

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This article is about the Hungarian agency. For the Australian agency, see Australian Transport Safety Bureau.
Gate A at Budapest Airport leads to the TSB head office

The Transportation Safety Bureau of Hungary (TSB, Hungarian: Közlekedésbiztonsági Szervezetet, KBSZ) is a government agency of Hungary. Its head office is in Building 18/A of Terminal 1 of Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Budapest, Hungary.[1][2]

The Minister for Economy and Transport created the agency on 1 February 2006. It investigates air, rail, and marine accidents. Prior to the creation of the TSB, the Civil Aviation Safety Bureau of Hungary (CASB, Hungarian acronym: POLÉBISZ) served as the country's aviation accident investigation agency for four years, when it investigated over five hundred aircraft accidents and incidents.[3]

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  1. ^ "Contact Us." Transportation Safety Bureau. Retrieved on 16 January 2012. "address: 1185 Budapest, Ferihegy Terminal 1., Hungary"
  2. ^ "Elérhetőségek." Transportation Safety Bureau. Retrieved on 20 February 2012. "H-1185 Budapest-Liszt Ferenc Nemzetközi Repülőtér 1, A-porta H-1675 Budapest, Pf.: 62"
  3. ^ "About Us." Transportation Safety Bureau. Retrieved on 16 January 2012.

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