A good landing generally starts well before the wheels touch the ground. Learn more about what it means to fly a "stabilized approach" and the trick to making consistently good landings in our latest safety video!
Far too many accidents have occurred due to pilots who ignore published ODPs or fail to adhere to them correctly. Learn more about this often overlooked procedure and why you should always consider making it standard for every IFR departure.
Learn more in less time with ASI’s free, interactive online courses. Most courses provide a personalized completion certificate and qualify for AOPA Accident Forgiveness and the FAA WINGS program. Visit the Online Education page for access to ASI's online courses, in addition to Real Pilot Stories, Accident Case Studies, and Webinars.
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The Air Safety Institute offers a variety of challenging and interactive quizzes to help you fly safer. Test your knowledge today.
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The Air Safety Institute is a nonprofit, tax exempt organization promoting safety and pilot proficiency in general aviation through quality training, education, research, analysis, and the dissemination of information.
Expand your knowledge by choosing from the Air Safety Institute's wide selection of publications, including Safety Advisors, Safety Briefs, and the Nall Report. ASI's safety publications are available to pilots free of charge.
Flash cards from the Air Safety Institute are a great way for pilots to learn about complex topics. They're also a helpful testing tool for flight instructors and pilot examiners. Visit the page to view or download flash cards on a variety of topics.
Pilots attending the Air Safety Institute’s safety seminars receive free pilot training while enjoying the company of fellow-aviators. Safety seminars qualify for the ground portion of the FAA Wings program.
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Search the ASI Accident Database and learn from other’s mistakes. Find out more about GA safety issues with ASI’s in-depth analysis, including the Nall Report and Special Reports not found anywhere else.
Air Safety Institute recertifies more flight instructors than any other course provider. Renew anytime in your four-month renewal period—online or in person—and keep your original expiration date.
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