Safety > Accident Investigation
American Eurocopterâ€™s Accident Investigation Team has an extensive history of successfully assisting U.S. and international aviation authorities in conducting on-site investigations and technical examinations of aircraft accidents and serious incidents involving Eurocopter products.
Our investigators participate in National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigations as technical advisors to the respective foreign accredited representative agencies per the guidelines set forth by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 13. They coordinate with the parent company, Eurocopter, as Type Certificate Holder throughout all phases of investigations to ensure fleet safety and continued airworthiness.
The Accident Investigation Team specializes in collecting, examining and evaluating data and information to assist American Eurocopter, Eurocopter, the aviation authorities and operators to improve safety and avoid future accidents. Team membersâ€™ investigative capabilities include â€“ but are not limited to â€“ wreckage reconstruction, flight control system analysis, witness interview and analysis, weather information analysis, review of flight and maintenance training records, aircraft limitations and aircraft maintenance history.
American Eurocopter investigates accidents and incidents for the following rotary-wing aircraft types:
To contact the accident investigation department or to report an accident involving an Eurocopter product, contact the American Eurocopter Accident Investigation Team here.