Pilots: Manage Risks to Ensure Safety (SA-023)
Mechanics: Manage Risks to Ensure Safety (SA-022)
Is Your Aircraft Talking to You? Listen! (SA-021)
Reduced Visual References Require Vigilance (SA-020)
Prevent Aerodynamic Stalls at Low Altitude (SA-019)
Preventing Rote Callouts (SA-018)
In-Cockpit NEXRAD Mosaic Imagery (SA-017)
Thunderstorm Encounters (SA-011)
Controlled Flight Into Terrain in Visual Conditions (SA-013)
Aircraft Inflight Icing (SA-014)
Child Passenger Safety on Aircraft (SA-015)
Meteorological Evaluation Towers (SA-016)
Avoid Nonoperational Use of Portable Electronic Devices (PEDs) Before and During Flight (SA-025)
Below is a link to the FAA National Runway Safety Plan released in 2009 in an effort to to reduce both the frequency and severity of runway incursions.
Here a great short video series by the NTSB (National Traffic Safety Board) on flying safely:
Here are some great FAA safety videos:
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This is a reminder that all vehicles entering or exiting the airport must stop and wait for the gate to close completely.
All vehicles being operated on the Airport are required to display a vehicle sticker which are issued by the airport management office. If your vehicle does not have a sticker, please stop by the airport management office at 93 Perimeter Road.
Check out the FAA's new web page, "Got Weather?" Launched by the agency in May 2014 with the support of aviation groups, the Got Weather? initiative offers information about a variety of weather-related phenomena, ranging from agency publications to news articles and other resources from across the aviation community.