Arab-African International Bank

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Arab-African International Bank

A bank in Egypt. It promotes the increased use of retail banking among the Egyptian population and provides brokerage and investment services. It was established 1964 as a joint venture between the Central Bank of Egypt and the Kuwait Investment Authority.
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One message required the crew of the 78-passenger, UKbound easyJet plane to shut down the right-hand engine, according to the report from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) Other messages appeared, including one indicating there was a fault with the flight control system.
The AAIB noted three incidents on December 29, 2006, and a fourth on January 3, 2007.
In a statement Mark and Karen Porcelli said today: "We are relieved that the AAIB report has finally been published.
The AAIB has set out recommendations for improving runway safety in wet and windy conditions.
In March 2017, the AAIB published its investigation report into an accident involving a Hawker Hunter aircraft near Shoreham Airport.
"The boffins at AAIB produce reports like these aimed at the aviators; I don't think there is enough there briefing the bulk of people using these machines, which is the guys in the back," he said.
The AAIB stated that the Piper Malibu aircraft took off at 7.15pm GMT and flew on its planned route at an altitude of 5,500ft until it was around 13 nautical miles south of Guernsey at 8.02pm.
The AAIB confirmed that a body was visible in the wreckage and an operation to remove it began on Tuesday.
Marine scientist David Mearns, the director of Blue Water Recoveries, led a team on the search vessel FPV Morven while the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) also sent a team aboard its the Geo Ocean III.
As agreed with the AAIB they moved the GEO OCEAN III [the ship being used in the AAIB search] over the position we provided them to visually identify the plane by ROV."
The Arab African International Bank (AAIB) has signed a revolving credit agreement to finance foreign trade worth $50m with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) as part of an EBRD package provided to AAIB worth $110m.