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Transport Ministry (Algeria)

The Transport Ministry[1] (Arabic: وزارة اﻟﻨﻘﻞ‎, French: Ministère des Transports) is a government ministry of Algeria. Its head office is in El Biar, Algiers.[2]

The Direction de l’Aviation Civile et de la météorologie (DACM) serves as the civil aviation authority and the authority for investigation of accidents and incidents.[3]

The Direction de La Marine Marchande investigates maritime accidents and incidents.[4]

There is also a commission of inquiry on rail accidents (commission d’enquête administrative en matière d’accident et d’incident ferroviaires).[5]

Investigations of air accidents

References

  1. ^ "Statistic Yearbook of trade ports 2007." Transport Ministry. Retrieved on 3 February 2012.
  2. ^ "Contact." Transport Ministry. Retrieved on 3 February 2012. "01, Chemin Ibn Badis El-Mouiz Ex Poirsson, El Biar 16300 Alger"
  3. ^ "Algeria" (country profile) (Archive). Federal Aviation Administration. Retrieved on 31 December 2013. p. 2, 3-4. "Météorologie qui relève du Ministère des Transports Ministère des Transports Direction de l’Aviation Civile et de la météorologie 01, Chemin Ibn Badiss El Mouiz (ex Poirsson) EL Biar. ALGER ALGERIE" [p. 2] and "Bureau d’enquêtes et Accidents d'Aéronefs Ministère des Transports Direction de l’Aviation Civile et de la Météorologie 01, Chemin Ibn Badiss El Mouiz (ex Poirsson) EL Biar. ALGER ALGERIE" [p. 3-4]
  4. ^ "Principales missions de la Direction de La Marine Marchande." (Archive) Transport Ministry. 25 February 2009. Retrieved on 31 December 2013. "Animer et exploiter les enquêtes sur les accidents et incidents maritimes ;"
  5. ^ "Les Arrêtés." (Archive) Transport Ministry. 25 February 2009. Retrieved on 31 December 2013. "Arrêté du 23 Dhou El Hidja 1418 correspondant au 20 avril 1998 fixant la composition et les missions de la commission d’enquête administrative en matière d’accident et d’incident ferroviaires. (JO n° 27 du 3 mai 1998)."

External links

  • Transport Ministry (French)
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