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How to report an air accident or serious incident?​ Click Here.​

Report an Air Accident to AAIB Malaysia​
* Fill in the form and e-mail to yahaya[at]mot[dot]gov[dot]my or fax: 03-88880163

Contact AAIB​:​

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Office Address​​​​​

​Air Accident Investigation Bureau​
Ministry ​of ​Transport of ​Malaysia
Level​ 8, No. 26
Jalan Tun Hussein, Precinc​t 4
62100 W.P. Putrajaya​
Malaysi​a​​​
​E-mel: aaib[at]mot[dot]gov[dot]my
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Con​tact Number​​​

03-8892 1071 / 012-3246197 (Capt. Dato' Yahaya Bin Abdul Rahman)
03-8892 1081​​
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Fa​x Number

03-​8888 0163​

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The establishment of the Air Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) is consistent with the Cabinet decision dated 14 December 2011 on the Memorandum of the Minister of Transport No. 1002/2011, which was agreed with regards to the establishment of the AAIB within the Ministry of Transport and is directly responsible to the Minister of Transport. As an independent investigation entity, the AAIB is responsible for the independent safety investigation of all air accidents and serious incidents occurred in involving both Malaysian and foreign registered civil aircraft. The AAIB also participates in overseas investigation of air accidents and serious incidents involving Malaysian civil registered aircraft in line with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Convention.

The AAIB also carries out the tasks of air accident prevention through research and development activities on an ongoing basis. This bureau will keep all records and data on cases of all air accidents and serious incidents occurred in Malaysia and overseas involving Malaysian registered civil aircraft. The bureau also conducts a study on cases of air accidents and serious incidents that have occurred and any findings and measures in terms of safety improvements will be proposed to the parties concerned to rectify the weaknesses identified to prevent future accidents and incidents.



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AAIB has the following functions:

    1. To lead the air accident investigation panel;
    2. To ensure air accident investigation is carried out in accordance with the requirements of ICAO and CAR 2016
    3. To prepare air accident investigation reports with safety recommendations to be presented to the Minister of Transport pursuant to CAR 2016;
    4. To collect record and analyse all the available information on accidents and incidents;
    5. To determine reasons and legitimacy of the factors that contribute to air accidents;
    6. Responsible over the wreckage, data and voice recorders, as well as the accident in order to investigate the cause of the accident;
    7. To coordinate action with the relevant safety agencies and to preserve the accident material and evidence so it is not contaminated or tampered with;
    8. To provide report related to the investigation of air accidents and safety;
    9. To draft safety recommendations and to address these safety issues;
    10. To complete investigation reports;
    11. To increase awareness and understanding of accident prevention in all aviation community;

AIR ACCIDENTS & SERIOUS INCIDENTS FOR 2017


File Number Date of Occurrence Aircraft Registration Aircraft Type Operator Nature of Occurrence Fatality
SI 01/178 April 20179M-MXXB737-800Malaysia Airlines Bhd.Wrong heading & lost navigation0
SI 02/173 May 2017
9M-XXSA330-343AirAsia XSevere turbulance inflight0
A 03/174 June 20179M-DRCPA28-161PrivateFuel starvation0
SI 04/1713 June 20179M-MXHB737-800Malaysia Airlines Bhd.A/craft veered off runway on landing0
SI 05/1725 June 20179M-XXEA330-343AirAsia XEngine failure0
SI 06/173 July 20179M-XXTA330-343AirAsia XBird Strike on engine0
A 07/178 July 20179M-FBSC-152FAS Udara FCHard landing, nose wheel collapsed0
SI 08/1724 August 20179M-WSKBeechcraftHornbill SkywaysA/craft veered off runway on landing0
A 09/174 October 20179M-EACGT500PrivateA/craft crashed into river1
A 10/1715 November 20179M-SSZAS355F2Layang² Helicopter AcademyA/craft slammed onto tarmac0
SI 11/1730 November 20179M-AHMA320-200AirAsiaA/craft overshot end of runway0

AIR ACCIDENTS & SERIOUS INCIDENTS FOR 2016

File Number Date of Occurrence Aircraft Registration Aircraft Type Operator Nature of Occurrence Fatality
A 01/161 January 20169M-RBIPA34-220TPrivateHard landing0
SI 02/168 January 20169M-ATMCL605Hornbill SkywaysA/craft wing collided with hangar pillar0
SI 03/166 March 20169M-AJSA320-200AirAsiaHydraulic failure0
SI 04/1631 March 20169M-MTBA330-300Malaysia Airlines Bhd.A/craft door collided with aerobridge0
A 05/165 May 2016RP-C6828AS350B3GCA Skyline AviationA/craft crashed into river6
A 06/1611 May 20169M-LNKB737-900ERMalindo AirwaysTail strike on landing0
SI 07/1622 May 20169M-IMIGrummanSASA/craft crashed into vegetation0
A 08/1614 July 20169M-SKEPA28-161MFAA/craft nose wheel collapsed0
SI 09/164 August 20169M-SKCPA28-161MFAEngine fire0
SI 10/1626 August 20169M-SSBDHC6-400MASwingsA/craft veered off runway on landing0
SI 11/1610 October 20169M-SOMSocata TB20MHSBelly landing0
SI 12/161 November 20169M-AFUA320-200AirAsiaA/craft veered off runway on landing0
A 13/1618 November 20169M-APLAS350B3EAerial Powerline Sdn. Bhd.Tail rotor hits ground0
SI 14/1621 December 20169M-AFCA320-200AirAsiaTyre burst during landing0

AIR ACCIDENTS & SERIOUS INCIDENTS FOR 2015

File Number Date of Occurrence Aircraft Registration Aircraft Type Operator Nature of Occurrence Fatality
SI 01/1510 March 20159M-XXMA330-343XAirAsia XWrong heading & lost navigation0
SI 02/1514 March 20159M-MTAA330-323Malaysia AirlinesHard landing0
A 03/154 April 20159M-IGBAS365N3OrionLoss control during flight6
A 04/1528 May 20159M-LLMB 206 IIILayang² Helicopter AcademyTraining0
SI 05/1528 May 20159M-LMGATR72-600Malindo AirwaysEngine fire0
SI 06/1512 June 20159M-MTEA330-300Malaysia AirlinesEngine fire0
SI 07/158 July 20159M-SSDDHC6-400MASwingsCollision on ground0
SI 08/1510 July 20159M-SSEDHC6-400MASwingsA/craft door open during flight0
SI 09/1527 July 20159M-NCUCessna 172Air Adventure FCHard landing0
SI 10/1513 August 20159M-MWDDHC6-400MASwingsWindshield cracked during flight0
SI 11/1527 August 20159M-SSBDHC6-400MASwingsA/craft veered off runway on landing0
SI 12/1515 September 20159M-NKFPA28-161APFTA/craft veered off runway on landing0
SI 13/1526 October 20159M-SSDDHC6-400MASwingsA/craft veered off runway on landing0
A 14/1515 November 20159M-AVNPA32Elite FCCrashed during take-off0
A 15/1520 November 2015N9297NPA28-161PrivateEngine failure during flight0
A 16/1530 November 20159V-SLRA320-200Silk AirUnknown0

AIR ACCIDENTS & SERIOUS INCIDENTS FOR 2014


File Number Date of Occurrence Aircraft Registration Aircraft Type Operator Nature of Occurrence Fatality
A 01/142 January 2014N7479PA28-161PrivateA/craft toppled on landing0
A 02/1410 January 20149M-RFCCessna 172LRoyal Selangor FCCrashed into jungle0
SI 03/1416 January 20149M-LMFATR72-600Malindo AirwaysUnknown0
SI 04/1421 January 20149M-SKVPiper Seneca IIIMFAWingtip hits aerobridge0
A 05/148 March 20149M-MROB777-200Malaysia AirlinesA/craft missing during flight289
SI 06/1426 March 20149M-LMHATR72-600Malindo AirwaysEngine fire0
A 07/146 May 20149M-NRND40APFTEngine loss power0
SI 08/1429 June 20149M-MUCA330-200FMalaysia AirlinesA/craft hits lamp post during taxi0
SI 09/147 July 20149M-AQAA320-200AirAsiaA/craft veered off runway on landing0
A 10/1417 July 20149M-MRDB777-200Malaysia AirlinesA/craft being shot during flight298
SI 11/1429 July 20149M-EYMAERO AT4Fras FCUnknown0
SI 12/1429 September 2014VH-PFJKA C90BPacific Flight ServicesUnknown0
SI 13/141 November 20149M-NRND42APFTA/craft veered off runway on landing0
SI 14/1422 November 20149M-JFCPA28-161Elite FCUnknown0
SI 15/141 December 20149M-APUPA28-161Kota Bharu FCUnknown0
A 16/1431 December 20149M-PHDAS365FPDRMCrashed during approach0

MYCAIR PROGRAM OR VOLUNTARY REPORT (VOR)

  • Voluntary Report or the Malaysia Confidential Aviation Incident Reporting (MYCAIR) program is a voluntary, non-punitive confidential incident reporting system established by the AAIB.
  • It provides a channel for the reporting of aviation incidents and safety deficiencies while protecting the reporter's identity.
  • The key objective of MYCAIR is to enhance aviation safety through the collection of feedback on incidents that are not captured by the Mandatory Occurrences Reporting System (MOR), or that may appear minor but may be useful for others to learn from the reporter's experience and may even lead to changes in procedures or design. But it does not eliminate the need for mandatory reporting of aircraft accidents and incidents to the relevant authorities under the existing law.
  • No person shall release the identity of the person making the report or any information that could reasonably be expected to reveal that the person’s identity, unless the person making the report authorises, in writing, its release.
  • A Voluntary Report or MYCAIR shall not be used against the person who made the report in any disciplinary, civil, administrative and criminal proceeding.
  • The MYCAIR Program (VOR) covers the following areas:
    • Flight Operations:
      • Departure/en route/approach/landing
      • Aircraft cabin operations
      • Air proximity events
      • Weight and balance and Performance
    • Ground Operations:
      • Aircraft ground operations
      • Movement on the airport
      • Fuelling operations
      • Airport conditions or services
      • Cargo loading
    • Air Traffic Management:
      • ATC operations
      • ATC equipment and navigation aids
      • Crew and ATC communications
    • Maintenance:
      • Aircraft maintenance
      • Record keeping
      • Komunikasi kru dan ATC
    • Miscellaneous:
      • Passenger handling operations related to safety
      • For public pertaining to safety related matters.

    What should NOT be reported?

    • Accidents, serious incidents or criminal activities (such reports should be made to the appropriate authorities)
    • Incidents or events with no aviation safety content
    • Personal problems, personality conflicts and industrial relation issues
    • Legal/commercial disputes


    Who can make a MYCAIR (VOR) report??

    If you belong to any of these groups, you can contribute to safety enhancement through the MYCAIR program by reporting on actual or potential hazards and deficiencies in aviation operations.

    • Flight and cabin crew members
    • Air traffic controllers
    • Licensed aircraft engineers
    • Employees of maintenance, design and manufacturing organisations
    • Airport operators
    • Airport employees and
    • Individuals involved in general aviation

    When do you make a MYCAIR (VOR) report?

    • You wish for others to learn and benefit from the incident but are concerned about protecting your identity.
    • There is no other appropriate reporting procedure or channel.
    • You have tried another reporting procedure or channel but the issue has not been addressed.

    Note: It is possible that an incident reported by you is also reported to the other relevant authorities by a third party. The MYCAIR program (VOR) cannot prevent these authorities from taking the action(s) that they deem necessary, even though your identity will be protected by MYCAIR Program (VOR).

How to make a MYCAIR (VOR) report?
Online
Submit a MYCAIR (VOR) report online via http://www.mot.gov.my/en/aviation/mycair
By mail
Complete the MYCAIR (VOR) report form and mail it to the following address:
Air Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB)
Ministry of Transport
Level 8, No. 26, Jalan Tun Hussein, Presint 4
Federal Government Administrative Center
62100 Putrajaya


You may also request a printed copy of the form by contacting the BSKU/AAIB at Tel: (03) 8892 1072 or Fax: (03) 8888 1063.

Anonymous reports will not be accepted. This is to ensure that the MYCAIR (VOR) Manager can contact you to obtain or clarify information when necessary, and to also advise you on the action taken or outcome arising from your report.