The goals of AirSafe.com have been to provide the aviation safety community and the general public with factual and timely information on events that involve the deaths of airline passengers. AirSafe.com also provides fatal event information by airline and aircraft model, as well as information about current aviation safety issues.
This is a link to a well recognized flight training school in South Africa.
Aviation occurrences just don't happen by chance.
We ought to know ...
We've investigated more than 2,400 of them.
David and I both worked for the Transportation Safety Board in our younger days. - Gordon Dupont
Beyond Risk Management Ltd. wants your organization to succeed. No matter what you currently use for risk reduction, it can be improved. You can move Beyond. A total safety culture is within your grasp. Call us with your questions and we’ll help you find the answers
Aviation Maintenance Council
Business law solutions for aviation & aerospace industry
FAA's NEW Fatigue Management Site
The Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance and Inspection (HFAMI) Web Page has been established to provide access to products of the Federal Aviation Administration Office of Aviation Medicine's Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance and Inspection Research Program. The overall purpose is to provide a vehicle for disseminating information relative to Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance.
The following web address will provide an excellent FAA publication on Human Factors and the steps to take to implement the training. Give it a try.
System Safety Services recommends the
Pacific Flying Club because of its strong emphasis on Safety as an integral part
of flying training.
Patricia Kennedy and Clark Duimel take Safety very seriously and work to ensure that all their trainees leave with the right attitude toward Safety
Pro Aviation Safety Training Training
is Canada's first west coast based company to provide aircraft ditching
underwater egress and sea survival training to pilots, flight crew and
System Safety Services highly
recommends these workshops. Gisele Richardson was a big help in the
development of the workshops we present.
Attending one of their workshops can be
a life changing experience – for the better.
Paul Andrews and TSC have been providing
professional development services to the aviation industry for over 25 years.
It has been my pleasure to have worked with them for many of those years and I
can assure you that they provide quality service to their clients. They
also offer a computer program for companies to enable them to track all their
components and more. Check them out or give Paul a call.
At Vintage Wings of Canada it is our mission to acquire, restore, maintain and fly classic aircraft significant to the early history of powered flight. A particular focus is on aircraft of Canadian importance. Each airplane in our collection is restored and maintained to the highest standards. They are authentically detailed and operated within the most stringent of safety guidelines. It is our goal to inspire and educate future generations about the historical significance of our aviation heritage and to demonstrate that these aircraft are more than just metal, fabric, and wood artifacts. We seek to keep the souls of these aircraft alive through the thundering sound of engines, the smell of leather, glycol, oil and sweat, as well as the laughter of their pilots as they dance with them in their natural element in the skies over Canada.
Women in Aviation, International is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to providing networking, education, mentoring and scholarship opportunities for women (and men) who are striving for challenging and fulfilling careers in the aviation and aerospace industries. For more information about WAI, contact us at 3647 State Route 503 South, West Alexandria, OH 45381, Phone (937) 839-4647; Fax (937) 839-4645