European Society of Air Safety Investigators

ESASI SEMINAR 2017 – LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA - 19 and 20 April 2017


We are pleased to announce that the 8th ESASI Regional Seminar will take place in
Ljubljana, Slovenia on 19 and 20 April 2017.

The aim of the seminar is to keep the European air safety investigation community abreast of current developments and evolving best practice in aircraft safety investigation. As in previous years, the seminar will include presentations on case studies, the European environment, challenges of modern air safety investigations and human factors in aircraft accidents and incidents. The seminar will be held in the Hotel Lev, Ljubljana and registration will cost 100 Euro per delegate.

Seminar Programme

The program of events have been announced. To read/download the full program please follow this link. pdf


Military Workshop - 18th April 2017

 A military accident investigators workshop will be held at 14:00 on 18th April at the Hotel Lev. A draft agenda for this workshop has been announced. To read/download the full program please follow this link. pdf 


Cost of registration is €100 per delegate which includes the event dinner at Ljubljana Castle on 19 April 2017. Companions are welcome to attend the dinner at a cost of €40.

To register for the seminar please follow this link. 


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Please click here to find out more about Sponsorship Opportunities for the ESASI seminar.


Hotel special reservation prices are valid for the Hotel Lev and Hotel Grand Business. Please follow this link to read more about preferential rates for your stay during the conference.

How to get here

How to get to Ljubljana - click here

Social event

A social event will be held on the evening of 19 April 2017. A cocktail followed by a dinner will take place at the castle located above the beautiful city of Ljubljana.


ESASI is the European chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) with a particular focus on current European issues in the investigation and prevention of accidents and incidents.   ISASI's mission is to promote air safety by the exchange of ideas, experiences and information about the findings from and outcomes of aircraft accident investigations, and to otherwise aid in the advancement of flight safety; to promote technical advancement by providing professional education through lectures, displays and presentations and by the exchange of information for mutual development of improved investigations; to broaden professional relationships among members; to maintain and increase the prestige, standing and influence of the Air Safety Investigator in matters of air safety.

To become a member of the European Society of Air Safety Investigators (ESASI)  you must:

• be a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI)

• be resident in Europe

Click on this link to apply to become a member of ISASI: