AeroSafety World continues Flight Safety Foundation’s tradition of excellence in aviation safety journalism that stretches back more than 50 years. AeroSafety World, originally called Aviation Safety World, was launched as a full-color monthly magazine in July 2006. Effective with the November 2016 issue, AeroSafety World transitions to a digital-only format and will continue to offer in-depth analysis of important safety issues facing the industry as well as a greater emphasis on timely news coverage. Archives containing the seven newsletters the Foundation produced before AeroSafety World was launched remain active and back issues of the newsletters are still available. See Publications for more information.
We’re happy to share the safety-forward information found in AeroSafety World with everyone, and we will continue to do so. But we believe that we owe special consideration to those organizations and individuals that have committed themselves to our mission through FSF membership.
Publishing a digital magazine, especially a high-quality one like AeroSafety World, is expensive. Members make all that possible. We feel they are entitled to some privileges.
Members have online access to AeroSafety World immediately upon publication. Nonmembers will be able to access the magazine online 12 months after the publication date.
We serve the industry, but we put our members first. If you are not already a member, we would be happy to welcome you as one.
For more information please contact the Flight Safety Foundation membership department at; firstname.lastname@example.org or phone; +1.703.739.6700, and ask for Louise Martin, ext. 112 or Ahlam Wahdan, ext. 102.
In the interest of aviation safety and as an FSF member benefit, articles in this publication may be republished in printed or electronic form by members of the Foundation with the permission of Flight Safety Foundation. Articles may not be offered for sale or used commercially. All uses must credit Flight Safety Foundation, AeroSafety World, the specific article(s) and the author(s). Please contact Frank Jackman, editor-in-chief, AeroSafety World, for more information.
Share Your Knowledge
If you have an article proposal, manuscript or technical paper that you believe would make a useful contribution to the ongoing dialogue about aviation safety, we will be glad to consider it. Please email Frank Jackman, editor-in-chief. for more details.
The publication staff reserves the right to edit all submissions for publication. Copyright must be transferred to the Foundation for a contribution to be published, and payment is made to the author upon publication.