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S 78/2003

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(D) the State of Design;
(E) the State of Manufacture; and
(F) any State that provided relevant information, significant facilities or experts; and
(ii) where the aircraft is of a maximum certificated take-off mass of more than 2,250 kg, the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

(2) The investigator-in-charge shall, as soon as possible after the completion of an investigation into an accident, do the following:

(a) send a copy of the draft Final Report to the Contracting State that instituted the investigation and all the Contracting States that participated in the investigation, inviting their significant and substantiated comments on the draft Final Report;
(b) if any such comments are received within 60 days of the date on which the draft Final Report is sent out, amend the draft Final Report to include the substance of the comments received or, if desired by the Contracting State that provided the comments, append the comments to the Final Report;
(c) if no comments are received within 60 days of the date on which the draft Final Report is sent out and no extension of time has been agreed upon with the Contracting State to whom it was sent, issue and send out the Final Report to the following parties:
(i) the Contracting States referred to in sub-paragraph (1);
(ii) any Contracting State that has suffered fatalities or serious injuries to its citizens; and
(iii) where the accident involves an aircraft of a maximum certificated take-off mass of more than 5,700 kg, the International Civil Aviation Organisation; and
(d) where the accident involves an aircraft of a maximum certificated take-off mass of more than 2,250 kg, send the Accident Data Report to the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

(3) The investigator-in-charge shall, where an investigation is carried out into an incident involving an aircraft of a maximum certificated