Library of Congress The Library of Congress web site
Government Agencies and International Organizations
DOT - U.S. Department of Transportation
FAA - U.S. Federal Aviation Administration
BTS - U.S. DOT Bureau of Transportation Statistics
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization
Civil Aviation Canada - Transportat Canada - Civil Aviation
Nav Canada - Canada's now-privatized air traffic control organization
Eurocontrol - Home page for the European air traffic control agency
Air Transport Association - The trade organization for the principal U.S. airlines. News and online publications.
IATA - International Air Transportation Association home page
IFALPA - International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Association
NATCA - National Air Traffic Controllers Association
Air Line Pilots Association -The official site of the union representing 66,000 airline pilots at 43 U.S. and Canadian airlines.
Research Organizations and Efforts
The Volpe Center - Research and special programs for the Dept. of Transportation
Air Transport Research Group - A special interest group of the World Conference on Transportation Research Society
Aviation News Media
Aerlines - International magazine for students & professionals of aviation
Air & Space - Smithsonian Institution's magazine about flight.
Air Transport World - Air Transport World Magazine is a monthly magazine serving the needs of the global airline and commercial air transport manufacturing communities.
Aviation Week & Space Technology - In-depth news and authoritative analysis of the technology, business and operations
Flightglobal - An online news and information portal for the global aviation industry, offering industry news from a global editorial team, aircraft images & data and industry jobs for both industry professionals and aviation enthusiasts. Aggregate aviation news content from across the World Wide Web, offering users the ‘best of the web’ news content in one location
Air & Cosmos - The monthly journal that covers the Business and Technology of the world aerospace industries, with a distinctly European editorial viewpoint.
Jane's Aerospece - Aerospace section of Jane's Information Group.
UK airport news - A daily updated UK airport news website plus a news archive
Aviation Information Sites and News Groups
Aero Com - Aviation information and aviation yellow pages
The Aviation Home Page - Your link to the world of aviation
Airliners - A moderated discussion group on airliner technology: the design, construction, performance, human factors, operation, and histories of transport-category aircraft.
PlaneBusiness - Daily airline business and financial news and analysis
Flight Safety Foundation - Independent, nonprofit, international organization engaged in research, auditing, education, advocacy and publishing to improve aviation safety.
Human Factors Research and Technology Division - The Flight Management & Human Factors Division of NASA's Ames Research Center
Web Based Training in Human Factors - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) human factors division has developed a web-based course to provide an introduction to human factors and its role in FAA systems development. Some of you may find the information useful.
NTSB - The NTSB aviation accident database contains information from 1983 and later about civil aviation accidents and selected incidents within the United States, its territories and possessions, and in international waters.
Transportation Safety Board of Canada - The reports section provides accident reports released since 1991. A link of the Swissair 111 investigation is provided in the front page.
UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch - The Formal Reports section provides Inspectors Investigations relating to specific accidents or serious incidents since 1972. The Foreign Reports section provides investigations carried out and published by Foreign States in which the UK has an interest.
Computer-Related Incidents with Commercial Aircraft - The publications section provides a list of publications by Prof. Peter B. Ladkin on computer-related incidents with commercial aircraft and an media interview.