Asked in TV Shows and Series
What are the ratings and certificates for NTSB The Crash of Flight 323 - 2004 TV?
NTSB The Crash of Flight 323 - 2004 TV is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M Netherlands:12 Portugal:M/12 ...
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft
A light plane crashed in Burnt Oak Middx UK in late forties or early fifties - are there any details?
did you try the NTSB? NTSB is a US Government agency and does not investigate accidents in the UK unless it involves an US carrier. ...
What are the duties of the National Transportation Safety Board?
Congress charges NTSB with investigating every U.S. civil aviation accident, as well as significant railroad, highway, marine, and pipeline accidents. NTSB, based on investigation findings, then issues safety recommendations ...
What are the roles of the NTSB?
The USA NTSB is The National Transportation Safety Board The Roles are to investigate accidents and incidents to all forms of US based transportation and recommend regulation or procedure or design changes to improve safety But I bet that's not what your home work wants you to say ...
Where can you start in NDT aerospace as atrainee?
Answer If you have an engineering degree, you could probably get a job as a NDT inspector or accident investigator. NTSB offers a course in accident investigation. They take you to a simulated crash and you practise reading the signs. The FAA and NTSB probably have other classes on NDT inspection such as borescope and eddy current inspections. ...
Asked in Distances and Travel Times, Demographics
What people investigate plane crashes?
The NTSB, National Transportation Safety Board, investigates air crashes in the US, crashes of American planes in other countries when permitted, and when their expertise is requested by other countries. They also investigate rail crashes, bridge damage or collapse, and other transportation related disasters. The NTSB can only investigate, report, and recommend, they are not an enforcement agency. ...
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft, California, Air Travel
How many planes have crashed in California in the last year?
You can answer this question by going to the NTSB site and looking through the accident data base. According to the NTSB, there have been 24 aircraft crashes in California so far in 2010. 6 of those crashes did have fatalities. In those 6 crashes, 15 people died. One of those fatal crashes was a helicopter with 4 fatalities. ...
Is there a worldwide register for emergency landings of civil planes?
http://www.ntsb.gov/ntsb/query.asp this is the NTSB website (national transportation board) that has reports for all the incidents and accidents that are reported and investigated by the American NTSB http://asrs.arc.nasa.gov/ and this website is the NASA site for ASRS (aviation safety reporting system) where piolts get to annonymously report unsafe incidents - the pilots and planes and airports are omited from the reports to protect the pilots but they are a great source to see what kind of incidents happen http://aviation-safety.net/index.php The Aviation Safety Network maintains...
Asked in TV Shows and Series
What are the release dates for NTSB The Crash of Flight 323 - 2004 TV?
NTSB The Crash of Flight 323 - 2004 TV was released on: USA: 22 March 2004 Germany: 10 July 2005 Hungary: 10 October 2005 Sweden: 27 December 2005 France: 14 August 2006 Netherlands: 19 April 2008 Belgium: 27 June 2009 ...
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft
How many wing failures have been reported on citabria airplanes?
A listing of NTSB accident reports involving Citabria aircraft shows a total of 23 incidents. Of these, none have wing failure listed as the cause of the accident. Wing failure does not seem to be a common cause of accidents in Citabria aircraft. The NTSB database (linked below) is a searchable database with accident reports going back to 1962. It only covers the United States however. ...
Asked in Title Insurance, Law & Legal Issues
If you were assigned as a party to an NTSB investigation you must?
W-A-Y too little information. You must be more specific in your question. Assigned to the investigation in what capacity? What is your background? And, why were you asked to be a 'party' to the investigation? What is your function supposed to be? ...
Asked in Research Papers, VW Transporter, Essays
How has the National Transportation Safety Board addressed the needs of aviation disaster victims and their families?
To fulfill this essential role, the NTSB established the Office of Transportation Disaster Assistance (originally called the Office of Family Affairs). ...
How many lives are estimated to have been saved by seat belts each year?
National Traffic Safety Board estimate that approximately 9500 lives are saved a year from the use of seatbelts. This is from a NTSB driver's ed video. ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What movie and television projects has Derrick Davidson been in?
Derrick Davidson has: Played NTSB Lead Officer in "Mayday" in 2003. Played Shop Owner in "Corner Gas" in 2004. Performed in "Renegadepress.com" in 2004. Played Young Man in "Corner Gas" in 2004. Played Frank in "Corner Gas" in 2004. Played U.S. Network Lawyer in "Corner Gas" in 2004. Played Client in "Jeff Ltd." in 2005. Played William Patterson in "Prairie Giant: The Tommy Douglas Story" in 2006. Played NTSB Lead Officer in "Air Disasters" in 2011. ...
Asked in Transportation Accidents
How often do airplanes accidents happen?
This answer can vary depending if you include private airplanes or only passenger airliners. For good data and specific details of accidents, go to the NTSB website. This site has statistics and report of accident investigations. Link: www.ntsb.gov ...
Asked in Auto Insurance Claims
How many accidents has US Airlines had?
According to the National Transportation Safety board (NTSB), there have been 49 accidents with US Airlines including fatalities between 1982 and 2009 when it was last updated. Information on non-fatal accidents are unavailable. ...