The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has submitted preliminary report on Dana crash to the Federal Government, a source at the Ministry of Aviation said on Sunday.
The report, it was gathered, was submitted last week.
The source disclosed that more detailed interim report of the crash would be ready in three months.
“The Dana crash preliminary report has been submitted to the government over a week ago. The preliminary report contained just some basic facts about the crash.
The information therein is for government consumption. The report, as you know, is not too detailed. It only gave facts of some things that happened to the ill-fated plane before the crash.
“The interim report, which is more detailed, will be submitted between September and December, depending on the pace the team investigating the accident can move.
The final report will then come later after the interim report. That is the manner the three reports will be submitted. The final report is expected to be ready in one year”, he said.
An AIB source, however, said the agency usually submits ‘information sheet’ to the government after an accident, adding that this will aid the ministry to inform the presidency of what initially happened.