Welcome to the DOAV's Aviation Safety Program.
The goal of this program is enhance Aviation Safety in Virginia.
Through the use of social media and existing aviation materials our intent is to provide the Virginia Aviation Community with a myriad of "Aviation Safety" resources to enhance safety.
The Nall Report
The Nall Report analyzes GA accidents in U.S. National Airspace and on flights departing from or returning to the U.S. or its territories or possessions. The report covers airplanes with maximum rated gross takeoff weight of 12,500 pounds or less and helicopters of all sizes. Collectively, these types of aircraft account for 99 percent of GA flight activity. Other categories are excluded, including gliders, weight-shift control aircraft, powered parachutes, gyrocopters, UAS, and lighter-than-air crafts of all types.
The AOPA Air Safety Institute
The Air Safety Institute is committed to reducing General Aviation mishaps by providing free educational resources and supporting initiatives that improve General Aviation safety and grow the pilot population. Since 1950, the general aviation accident rate has decreased by 90 percent. It’s no coincidence that’s the same year the AOPA Air Safety Institute began creating safety programs for the pilot community. The ASI team’s passion for aviation, creativity, insightful education, research, and analysis is evident in our educational offerings. From award-winning online courses to in-person seminars, flight instructor renewal courses, accident analysis, and much more, the products are created with the goal of helping all pilots fly more safely.
As the educational outreach arm of the FAA, the FAASTeam is committed to serving the General Aviation community, and making our skies even safer.
The Flight Safety Foundation
Since 1947, Flight Safety Foundation has helped protect everyone who benefits from air travel, everywhere in the world. The Foundation is an international non-profit organization exclusively chartered to provide impartial, independent, expert safety guidance and resources for the aviation and aerospace industry.
Aviation Safety Magazine
AVIATION SAFETY is America’s most respected risk management and accident prevention report. For 40 years, smart pilots everywhere have been scrutinizing this outspoken publication for the most revealing analysis of recent accidents and how they could have been prevented.
The Aviation Safety Network
The Aviation Safety Network is a private, independent initiative founded in 1996. On line since January 1996, the Aviation Safety Network covers accidents and safety issues with regards to airliners, military transport planes and corporate jets.
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