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Safety investigation units, associations, boards and organizations outside the Nordic countries. They focus on safety and how to improve the aviation aviation safety. Studying the accident and incident reports will give you a good idea of why it is safe to fly, but also why accidents and incidents will continue to happen.

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Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU)

The Irish Air Accident Investigation Unit in Dublin


Air Disaster

Focuses on airline accidents and incidents.



Noted aviation safety expert Dr. Todd Curtis is the founder and publisher of



The AOPA Air Safety Foundation is a nonprofit, tax exempt organization promoting safety and pilot proficiency in general aviation through quality training, education, research, analysis, and the dissemination of information.



Safety publications


Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) (weekly summary)

All accidents and incidents involving Australian registered aircraft, or foreign aircraft in Australian airspace, must be reported to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB).


Austro Control

There are as many as 4,000 controlled flights in Austrian airspace on some days, often at altitudes of 10,000 metres or more.


Aviation Safety Network

Providing everyone with a (professional) interest in aviation with up-to-date, complete and reliable authoritative information on airliner accidents and safety issues.


Callback on NASA

Callback reports - incidents which can develope to accidents - lot of interesting reading.


CASA - The Civil Aviation Safety Authority

CASA's primary function is to conduct the safety regulation of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas.


Cognitive Performance in Aviation Training and Operations

We are studying the cognitive processes that underlie the performance of pilots, air traffic controllers, and other skilled professionals.


Cospas Sarsat

The Mission of Cospas Sarsat is to assist Search and Rescue activities on a worldwide basis by providing accurate, timely, and reliable alert and location data to the international community on a non-discriminatory basis.

United Kingdom

CRM Developers Forum

Here you will find a wide variety of resources to assist you in the development and use of Crew Resource Management and Human Factors courses and training materials for aviation and other applications.


CAA South Africa

Our Mission is to regulate, control and promote aviation safety and security, and oversee the functioning and development of civil aviation is South Africa.

South Africa

Ditching, landing on water

Lots of casestories and information about landing on water.


EASA - European Aviation Safety Agency

The European Aviation Safety Agency, EASA, is a new agency of the European Union which has been given specific regulatory tasks in the field of aviation safety.

European Union


European General Aviation Safety Team EGAST is a component of European Strategic Safety Initiative (ESSI) and was founded on 17 October 2007 General Aviation (GA) is a high priority for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

European Union

ELT Information

Around the world...around the clock...NOAA proudly stands watch. As an integral part of worldwide search and rescue, NOAA operates the Search And Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking (SARSAT) System to detect and locate mariners, aviators, and recreational enthusiasts in distress almost anywhere in the world at anytime and in almost any condition.



The European Strategic Safety Initiative (ESSI) is an aviation safety partnership between (EASA), other regulators and the industry.

European Union


European organisation for the safety of air navigation


Flight Safety Australia

Topical, technical, but reader-friendly, articles cover all the key aviation safety issues – safety management systems, maintenance, runway safety, human factors, airspace, training, aviation medicine – and more.


Flight Safety Foundation (FSF)

Flight Safety Foundation was formed in 1947 to pursue the continuous improvement of global aviation safety. The Foundation meets this objective through research, auditing, education, advocacy and publishing. - As an independent, impartial


Fly On Track

The General Aviation Airspace Infringements Website - We are keen to hear from anyone involved in General Aviation on your involvement in airspace infringements, their causes and related issues.

United Kingdom

FAA Safety Team

Our mission is to improve the Nation's aviation safety record by conveying safety principles and practices through training, outreach, and education.


FAA Safety Team National Resource Center

Throughout the year FAA Safety Teak National Resource Center hosts numerous seminars concerning many aspects of aviation. Feature topics include: Aerobatics, Helicoptors, SAR, Ultralights, Baloons, Experimental, Carrier, Corporate and Seaplane presentations.


GA Feedback and much more

The CHIRP Charitable Trust Home Page. Links to other Internet sites that show Air Transport Safety Information. You can always learn more.......

United Kingdom


GASCo is a Charity that works to improve flight safety in all forms of general aviation. It is funded by the contributions of member organisations, pilots, aviation authorities and the public.

United Kingdom

German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Investigation

The task of the BFU is to investigate accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany. Bulletins are in German.


Managing High-Risk Environments

For more than 30 years Robert Helmreich, a psychology professor at The University of Texas at Austin, has been examining team management under stress. His research has led him to help develop a highly successful training program called CRM (Crew Resource Management)


NTSB - Aviation

The National Transportation Safety Board


Over the Airwaves

This complimentary bi-weekly e-mailing is being sent to pilots and aviation enthusiasts around the world. Its aim is to promote flight safety, encourage students and new pilots, and to build enthusiasm for aviation in general.


Runway Safety

"Runway incursions pose a significant but unnecessary risk for pilots and their passengers. This course will help you avoid common pitfalls as well as needless accidents and scares." Safe flying starts and ends on the ground. An interactive program from AOPA.


Safer Skies through Education

Improve upon the Nation's aviation accident rate by conveying safety principles and practices through training, outreach, and education; while establishing partnerships and encouraging the continual growth of a positive safety culture within the aviation community.


Safety Regulation Group, CAA UK

The role of the CAA’s Safety Regulation Group (SRG) is to ensure that UK civil aviation standards are set and achieved in a co-operative and cost-effective manner.

United Kingdom


Our #1 goal, since 2000, is to offer the most extensive online aviation resource to worldwide professional pilots. We desire to spread the undeniable ideas that ‘knowledge is useless unless you share it’ and ‘more aviation knowledge means less accidents’. We strongly encourage aviation safety!

United Kingdom

Transport Canada, General Aviation

We see ourselves on the cutting edge of innovation in civil aviation to promote safe flying. Our leadership and proactive actions will establish Canada’s general aviation as being the most professional and the safest in the world.


UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) a

These information are published to inform the aviation industry and the public of the general circumstances of accidents and serious incidents

United Kingdom

United Kingdom Air Accidents Investigation Branch

The fundamental purpose of investigating accidents is to determine the circumstances and causes of the accident with a view to the preservation of life and the avoidance of accidents in the future, including ultra- and microlights.

United Kingdom

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