The Chief Inspector of Air Accidents1 must carry out, or cause an inspector2 to carry out, an investigation into any accident3 or serious incident4 falling within the scope of the Civil Aviation (Investigation of Air Accidents and Incidents) Regulations 19965. The Chief Inspector may, when he expects to draw air safety lessons from it, carry out, or cause an inspector to carry out, an investigation into an incident, other than a serious incident, which occurs in or over the United Kingdom6, or
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