General (return to top)
AINonline: Articles from Aviation International News and other AIN publications, as well as articles written specifically for AINonline.
Pilot Safety Brochures (from FAA)
Safety Advisors: Publications from AOPA Air Safety Foundation describing aviation specific topics in areas ranging from Weather to Operations and Proficiency.
Safety Briefs: Short publications from AOPA Air Safety Foundation designed to offer practical guidance and useful tips for pilots.
Blogs (return to top)
Aviation Safety Network: News about aviation safety and accidents
Critical Uncertainties: "Complexity, Emergence & Risk in Using Technology"
Flying Lessons: Aviation safety writer Christine Negroni's blog
Leading Edge: Air safety e-journal from AOPA Air Safety Institute's Bruce Landsberg
New Airport Insider: Articles focusing on airport issues, emerging technologies, and trends
News & Tips: Planesafe.org blog
NTSB Safety Compass: Official blog of the National Transportation Safety Board
The Safety Net: NATA’s Safety 1st program blog
Sully's Blog: from Captain Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger III
The TSB Recorder: The Transportation Safety Board of Canada's blog
Bulletins (return to top)
Aviation Safety Letter (Canada): Published by Transport Canada, this quarterly bulletin addresses aviation safety from a variety of perspectives, including lessons learned from accidents and incidents.
Callback: Monthly safety bulletin from NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System.
Magazines (return to top)
Flight Safety Australia: Bi-monthly safety magazine from Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority. Use the links on the left to browse the current year's issues or to access the collection of previous years' issues. Each issue also includes a supplement from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.
Flightfax (U.S. Army): Issues from 1973-2007 are available on-line. Replaced by Knowledge: Official Safety Magazine of the U.S. Army in 2007. Also available is Flightfax Online, a monthly newsletter on Army aircraft mishap information which began publication in 2011.
Gremline: Independent online magazine dedicated to the dissemination of information on flight safety to the general aviation community (2006-2011).
Knowledge: Official Safety Magazine of the U.S. Army. Online articles contain lessons learned and best practices submitted by soldiers, leaders, and safety professionals, as well as seasonal safety and other articles. PDFs of past print issues (2007-2014) are also available.
Newsletters (return to top)
AirSafety Newsletter: Published by Air Data Research, this publication includes weekly summaries of reports and other information issued by the NTSB.
Flight Safety Information: Daily e-mail newsletter on current topics concerning aviation safety. Free subscription required.
Flightfax: Online monthly newsletter of Army aircraft mishap prevention information (2011-present). Also available online are issues from 1973-2007 of the former Flightfax magazine (print publication which was replaced in 2007 by Knowledge: Official Safety Magazine of the U.S. Army).
Flying Lessons: Weekly newsletter looking at recent accidents to discuss what might have contributed to them. Past issues (2008-2013) are available from the FAA Safety Team site; most recent issue and subscription information are available from Mastery Flight Training.
TACARE Newsletter: From the Taiwan Confidential Aviation Safety Reporting System
Vectors for Safety: Monthly newsletter offering operational tips and accident discussions to promote safety.
Reports (return to top)
Aviation accident reports: see separate page for sources of accident reports available on-line (by country of reporting agency)
FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports (DOT/FAA/AM)
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