I have been a pilot since 1994 and a flight instructor since 2000. Here are some pages dealing with aviation education.
FAA Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI)
FAA safety pamphlets
FAA Safety Management System (SMS)
FAA Single-Pilot Crew Resource Management
FAA Recently published rulemaking documents
FAA CFR notices of proposed rulemaking
FAA Integrated Airman Certification and Rating Application (IACRA)
FAA policy and procedures for FAA Inspectors: FSIMS 8900.1
FAA guidance for designated pilot examiners - General Aviation Airman Designee Handbook - 8900.2C
FAA WINGS - Pilot proficiency program explained - validating accredited activity
Personal Minimums Checklist (PAVE)
FAASTeam online courses
ALC-405: DC Special Flight Rules Area
(add in all courses)
FAA IR-M 8040.1C - Airworthiness Directives Manual
FAA Aeronautical Navigation Products
Instrument Flight Procedures Information Gateway
Aeronav Digital Terminal Procedures Publication
List of current Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)
List of current TFRs
NOAA National Weather Service - Aviation Weather Center
NOAA National Weather Service - Storm Prediction Center
NWS - Types of Thunderstorms
Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE)
National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI)
Aviators Model Code of Conduct
Arizona Flight Training Workgroup
Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) or NASA reports
AOPA Aviation Jobs Board
AOPA Joseph T. Nall Report - GA Safety
AOPA Air Safety Institute Online Courses for WINGS Credit
AOPA 75 Years Anniversary Articles:
There at the beginning - the beginning of general aviation or as it was called then "miscellaneous aviation"
The first to sign up - charter members reflect on 75 years
Airports and their stories - fields of dreams from then and now
A plane-crazy America - GA in pop culture through the years
Same as it ever was - flight training through the years
What if? - A dystopian vision - GA without AOPA
How we'll fly in 2089 - what will the next 75 years bring?
AOPA 75th Anniversary of the Piper Cub - commemorating a GA icon
Security - AOPA Airport Watch
Security - TSA Information for General Aviation
TSA Airspace Waivers
TSA/FAA Waiver and Airpsace Access Program
Land and Hold Short Operations - FAA Order 7110.118
Harvard Business Review - What does professionalism look like?
Public Benefit Flying (documents for download below)
FAA General Aviation Safety Outreach Initiative
Notice Number: NOTC2310
The FAA is embarking on an FAA General Aviation (GA) Safety Outreach Initiative. It is intended to increase the GA community's awareness of safety management practices that could elevate the industry’s overall safety performance.
The primary goals of the FAA GA Safety Outreach Initiative include:
- Increase the GA community’s awareness of the Safety Attributes and the benefits of applying them
- Increase participation in the Safety Management System Voluntary Program (SMSVP)
- Reaching these goals will result in a desired outcome of a lower accident and incident rate in the GA community.
The following link leads to the FAA General Aviation Safety Outreach Initiative webpage:
The following link leads to a brochure explaining the benefits of managing safety with a voluntary, formal SMS:
SMS brochure | Federal Aviation Administration (faa.gov)
The following link leads to a short, animated video that describes how the FAA’s SMS Voluntary Program can benefit the GA community:
Why wait? Enter the SMS Voluntary Program. It is easy as 1,2,3.
InFO 14010 dated 7/25/14 - Installation, Training, and Use of Non-required/Supplemental Angle-of-Attack (AOA) Based Systems for General Aviation (GA) Airplanes
Aerographs Aviation Photography
International Air and Transportation Safety Bar Association
University Aviation Association
AAPOR - American Association for Public Opinion Research
Download AOPA's guide to Technologically Advanced Aircraft (TAA) Safety and Training
DC Special Flight Rules Area
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AABI - Aviation Accreditation Board International
Aeronautical Science Mission
The Aeronautical Science degree program of ERAU-PRC shall prepare students to become productive members of the aviation industry. The Aeronautical Science degree program blends flight training with rigorous academic study in a unique manner that provides a strong foundation for a career as a leader in the aviation industry, including airlines, as well as corporate, commercial, or military aviation.
Aeronautical Science Educational Goals
- Leadership required by today's aviation profesisonals
- Decision making aptitude to assess situations and manage risk
- Aeronautical knowledge required as an aviation professional
- Critical thinking/problem solving skills necessary in aviation and related fields
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Sarah Nilsson, J.D., Ph.D., MAS
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