The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) takes note of the publication today by the Accident Investigation Board Norway (AIBN) of the preliminary investigation report of the tragic accident of an Airbus Helicopters EC225 (registration number LN-OJF) which occurred on 29 April 2016 in Norway.
While the accident investigation is not complete, EASA continues to implement robust and proven certification processes taking into account all available information. EASA proactively takes all necessary actions to mitigate identified possible contributory factors, in order to guarantee the safety of flights. These actions will also be adapted on the basis of operational feed-back, continuing studies and investigations or research activities undertaken by AIBN and relevant stakeholders.
EASA will continue to provide its full support to the on-going investigation until the cause of the accident will be found.
Safety is EASA’s mission and utmost priority.
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