I have been a pilot since 1994 and a flight instructor since 2000. Here are some pages dealing with aviation education.
FAA safety pamphlets
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
FAASTeam online courses
(add in all courses)
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
Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) or NASA reports
AOPA Aviation Jobs Board
AOPA Joseph T. Nall Report - GA Safety
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
Land and Hold Short Operations - FAA Order 7110.118
Harvard Business Review - What does professionalism look like?
Public Benefit Flying (documents for download below)
Notice Number: NOTC2310
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
Sarah Nilsson, J.D., Ph.D., MAS
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