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.
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)
Here are some great FAA safety videos:
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.
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)
Here a great short video series by the NTSB (National Traffic Safety Board) on flying safely:
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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.