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The Aviation Safety Council (ASC) in Taipei has requested the assistance of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) in the investigation of the tragic accident at Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport, Taipei, on Monday 1 November 2000 involving a Boeing 747-400 operated by Singapore Airlines.

Two ATSB investigators are expected to arrive in Taipei later today, to join the international teams working with the ASC.

The ATSB cooperates closely with the ASC and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore through memoranda of understanding that have been exchanged to facilitate the enhancement of aviation safety in the region.

 

Media contact: Peter Saint B: (02) 6274 6590, M: (0408) 497 016
 
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Last update 04 March 2016