The library consists of the three sections listed below.
Each of these areas contains a wealth of information to help improve your piloting skills and safety.
If you need a comprehensive introduction to Aviation Psychology and Human Factors written specifically for pilots and other non-psychologist, then click here to see more information on the book that Dr. Monica Martinussen and I published.
Aeronautical Decision Making manuals and reports.
- International Documents
This is a collection of documents from other aviation authorities -- principally the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.
- Research Reports
Technical reports dealing mostly with the materials contained in this web site.
- FAA Human Factors
Technical reports published by the Office of Aerospace Medicine. These reports deal with a wide range of human factors issues ranging from the use of desk-top simulators for training to the impact of hazardous attitudes on pilot safety.
Aviation medicine brochures produced by the FAA.
- FAA Brochures & Guides
The FAA produces a large number of publications aimed at improving pilot safety. These are some of those that seem most relevant.
- NTSB Safety Alerts
The NTSB puts out these alerts on topics they consider especially relevant for safety. If they think it is important, perhaps you should take a look.
Powerpoint presentations developed by the FAA, NASA, and other organizations.
Videos produced by the FAA and the NTSB on a variety of subjects related to pilot skills and safety.