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The AAIU Investigation reports published on this site contain the facts relating to the reported occurrences that have been determined up to the time of issue. This information is published to inform the aviation industry and the public of the circumstances of these occurrences, and the prevention of similar type occurrences. The contents of these Reports may be subject to alteration or correction if additional information becomes available.
It is the policy of the AAIU to publish all Reports on the AAIU web site immediately after the completion of each individual Investigation. Extracts from these Reports may be published without specific permission, provided that the source is duly acknowledged.
Please use the "Reports" dropdown menu above to select which Report Type you are interested in.
AAIU Investigation Reports -
Reports of AAIU Investigations relating to specific occurrences. AAIU Published Reports may be searched by Occurrence Year / Report Date etc.
Foreign Investigation Reports -
Reports published by Foreign Accident Investigation Authorities. These may be of two types:
- Reports Concerning Irish Registered and / or Operated Aircraft
- Reports Concerning Foreign Registered Aircraft
Air Accident Investigation Unit
Department of Transport Tourism & Sport
Dublin 2, Ireland.
Tel (24 hr Emergency only):
+353 1 604 1293
+353 1 241 1777
+353 1 604 1292
+353 1 604 1513
+353 1 604 1514
Reporting an Occurrence
You can report an accident or an incident by ringing our 24 hour lines at:
+353 1 604 1293 or
+353 1 241 1777
Pilot Report Form
Pilots involved in an event should fill out a Pilot Report Form. You can download a PDF copy of the form or request one from the AAIU at the 24 hour line number given above.