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NTSB Part 830. AST 425. NTSB PART 830. Applies to the notification and reporting of: Incidents Accidents Certain other occurrences involving:. NTSB Part 830. Applies to: Civil aircraft of the United States Certain Public aircraft Foreign civil aircraft where occurrence was in the US.

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ntsb part 8302
NTSB PART 830
  • Applies to the notification and reporting of:
  • Incidents
  • Accidents
  • Certain other occurrences involving:
ntsb part 8303
NTSB Part 830
  • Applies to:
  • Civil aircraft of the United States
  • Certain Public aircraft
  • Foreign civil aircraft where occurrence was in the US.
part 830 definitions
Part 830 Definitions
  • Aircraft Accident- any occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft which takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight and all such persons having disembarked in which any person suffers death, serious injury, or in which the aircraft received substantial damage.
definitions
Definitions
  • Civil Aircraft- any aircraft other than public
  • Fatal Injury- Any injury which results in death within 30 days of the accident
  • Incident- An occurrence other than an accident associated with the operation of an aircraft which affects or could affect the safety of operations.
  • Operator- any person who causes or authorizes the operation of an aircraft
definitions ctn
Definitions Ctn.
  • Serious Injury- any injury which required hospitalization for more than 48 hours commencing within 7 days from the accident. Or any injury resulting in dthe fracture of any bone (except simple fractures of the fingers, toes, or nose). Involves any internal organ or involves 2nd or 3rd degree burns on more than 5% of body.
definitions ctn7
Definitions ctn.
  • Substantial damage- Damage or failure which adversely affects the structural strength, performance, or flight characteristics of the aircraft.
part 830
Part 830
  • When is immediate NTSB notification required?
    • When an overdue aircraft is believed to have been involved in an accident.
ntsb immediate notification
NTSB Immediate Notification
  • An aircraft accident or any of the following incidents occur:
    • Flight Control system malfunctions
    • Inability of any required flight crewmember to perform normal duties
    • Failure of the structural components of a turbine engine
    • Inflight fire OR aircraft collision in flight
immediate notification ctn
Immediate Notification Ctn.
  • Other property damage exceeding $25,000
  • For large aircraft (greater than 12,500 lbs.)
    • Electrical failure
    • Hydraulic system failure
    • Power loss on two or more engines
    • An emergency evacuation
preservation of material
Preservation of Material
  • Preservation of the wreckage, contents, and records is the responsibility of the operator until released by the NTSB (the following exceptions apply):
    • To remove the injured or trapped
    • To protect wreckage from further damage
    • To protect the public
preservation ctn
Preservation Ctn.
  • When exact preservation is not possible due to the previous reasons, there shall be sketches, notes, and photographs provided
  • Unless immediate notification is required, the operator has 10 days to file a report to the NTSB containing the items listed in NTSB part 830.6