Aviation Safety Network

The Aviation Safety Network is a private, independent initiative founded in 1996. On line since January 1996, the Aviation Safety Network covers accidents and safety issues with regards to airliners, military transport planes and corporate jets. The ASN Safety Database contains detailed descriptions of over 10,700 incidents, hijackings and accidents. Most of the information contained in the Aviation Safety Network site is based on information from official sources (authorities, safety boards). Sources used as a basis for the accident database are aircraft production lists, ICAO Aircraft Accident Digests since 1952, and NTSB, TSB etc.


The Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives (B3A) was established in Geneva in 1990 for the purpose to deal with all information related to aviation accidentology. The primary goal of the organization is to collect, manage and archive all information relating to aviation accidents worldwide since 1918 till today. Therefore, our records are currently composed of thousands of documents, reports, photos, etc. representing to date more than 22’000 events. The second goal of the organization is to promote aviation safety through our know-how action plans, training and information. On request, they participate in investigations, we publish procedures and send recommendations if necessary. The third goal of the organization is to inform the public and professionals of the risks inherent in the operation of an aircraft and training on psychological preparedness for mass disaster.


The official website of The European Aviation Safety Agency

FAA Office of Human Factors

This service provides the aviation community and other interested users with information about human factors research and applications under the auspices of the National Plan for Civil Aviation Human Factors. The goal is to provide information on human factors programs

Flight Safety Foundation

Since 1947, Flight Safety Foundation has helped save lives around the world. The Foundation is an international non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to provide impartial, independent, expert safety guidance and resources for the aviation and aerospace industry. The Foundation is in a unique position to identify global safety issues, set priorities and serve as a catalyst to address the issues through data collection and information sharing, education, advocacy and communications. The Foundation’s effectiveness in bridging cultural and political differences in the common cause of safety has earned worldwide respect. Today, membership includes more than 1,000 organizations and individuals in 150 countries.

Flight Safety Information Exchange

This website has been developed by ICAO to provide the aviation community with access to safety related information. Cooperation between States and information exchange are essential elements for the success of any aviation safety-related activity

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