Why to report when there is an occurrence - May 26, 2018

Accident notification is an obligation established by Article 186, title IX, Act 17.285 – Aviation Code, which states that “any person who takes notice of any aviation accident or the existence of aircraft wreckage or debris, must communicate it to the nearest aviation authority, through the fastest means and as fast as the circumstances allow […]

Calendar of courses 2018 - March 14, 2018

The training activities are included among the functions of JIAAC as an AIG organization. Their objective is to make an effective contribution to air safety, making knowledge available among investigators as well as the whole aviation community at large. Hence, the aim is to provide theoretical and regulatory content and to share knowledge and experience […]

Critical issues on Safety: now in video! - April 26, 2017

Loss of Control In-Flight (LOC-I), deficiencies in general aviation instruction or failures in aircraft maintenance, are three of the five “key issues” in Aviation Safety in Argentina. In addition, there are other two, related with the investigation process, which are directly related to the quality and speed of it. The work titled “The Usual Suspects” […]

Workshop for investigators from Argentina and the ARCM representatives – Universidad Católica Argentina - February 6, 2017

For the first time, the French aircraft manufacturer Airbus together with JIAAC organize an international meeting with professionals and authorities of accident and incident investigation organizations of all South America, to “share experiences and lessons learned.” The activity is supported by the Bureau d’Enquetes et d’Analyses (BEA) and the Company Rolls-Royce and it is exclusively […]

Recommendations to reduce the risk of loss of control in-flight – LOC-I - February 6, 2017

Loss of Control in-Flight is one of the categories with the highest number of occurrences. What it is and how to work in order to reverse that tendency.   One of the highest accident occurrence categories in our country and the world is the so-called Loss of Control in-Flight (LOC-I). For the International Civil Aviation […]