May 3, 2007, Alexandria, VA — The Flight Safety Foundation announced this week that its monthly magazine, AeroSafety World, is now available electronically for no charge.
In July 2006, the Flight Safety Foundation launched AeroSafety World in order to provide those in the global aviation system with in-depth analysis of important safety issues facing the industry and timely safety news, presented in an easily readable and appealing layout.
AeroSafety World editorial staff members blend their experience as pilots, writers, researchers, editors, journalists and specialists in graphics and design with the aviation safety expertise of other FSF staff, FSF members and contributing authors to deliver original articles and adaptations of accident-investigation reports and technical papers. The result is consistently high-quality information.
In order to subscribe and to get more information about AeroSafety World, readers are asked to go to an online subscription page, and fill out a short form. Each month an e-mail with a link to download the new edition of AeroSafety World from our website is delivered to every subscriber. This wide distribution will allow more aviation professionals to stay knowledgeable about current safety trends, events and topics by reading the journal of the Flight Safety Foundation, the impartial, nonprofit voice of international air safety.
Flight Safety Foundation is an independent, non-profit, international organization engaged in research, auditing, education, advocacy and publishing to improve aviation safety. The Foundation’s mission is to pursue the continuous improvement of global aviation safety and the prevention of accidents. www.flightsafety.org
Contact: Emily McGee, Director of Communications, 1-703-739-6700, ext. 126; email@example.com