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German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation

Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation
Bundesstelle für Flugunfalluntersuchung
Logo
Abbreviation BFU
Formation 1 September 1998
Type Federal agency
Legal status Established by Law on the Investigation of Accidents and Malfunctions in Operation of Civil Aircraft[1]
Purpose Aviation accident and incident investigation
Headquarters Braunschweig
Region served
Germany
Official language
German
Director
Ulf Kramer
Website http://www.bfu-web.de/

The German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation[2] (German: Bundesstelle für Flugunfalluntersuchung, BFU) is the German federal agency responsible for air accident and incident investigation.

BFU building, Braunschweig Airport

The purpose of BFU is to find out the causes of air accidents and incidents and how they can be prevented. The BFU facility is located in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony.[3] The agency is subordinate to the Federal Ministry of Transport.[2][4]

federal agency in 1998.

See also

References

  1. ^ Gesetz über die Untersuchung von Unfällen und Störungen bei dem Betrieb ziviler Luftfahrzeuge (Flugunfall-Untersuchungs-Gesetz – FLUUG) of 1998-08-26, BGBl. Part I, p. 2470 (in German)
  2. ^ a b "Welcome to the website of the German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation." German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation. Retrieved on 29 March 2015.
  3. ^ "Entry to the office building." German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation. Retrieved on 1 May 2013. "Hermann-Blenk-Straße 16 38108 Braunschweig Germany" see map.
  4. ^ "Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation." Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development. Retrieved on 22 January 2012.

External links

  • BFU website

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