Foreign investigation boards meet regarding investigation Flight routes

Investigators from foreign investigation boards met in the Hague last week regarding the investigation into the decision making processes regarding flight routes. During this meeting the investigators discussed the preparation and decision making processes surrounding the selection of flight routes in different countries and how information is exchanged between countries.

Investigators from foreign investigation boards met in the Hague last week regarding the investigation into the decision making processes regarding flight routes. During this meeting the investigators discussed the preparation and decision making processes surrounding the selection of flight routes in different countries and how information is exchanged between countries.
 
Following the accident to MH17, the Dutch Safety Board is conducting three separate investigations. The investigation into the cause of the crash, an investigation into the release of the passenger lists and an investigation into the decision making process surrounding the flight routes. In this third investigation the manner in which the flight route is selected, which parties are involved and how decisions are being made will be looked into. As civil aviation is an international activity, it is of great importance that the foreign investigation boards are involved in the investigation.