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This group welcomes all owners, pilots, and enthusiasts of the Aeronca Champ, Chief, Sedan, L-3, L-16, Defender, C-2, C-3, Models 50-, 65-, and series K. The AAC promotes these aircraft through their preservation and maintenance.
This group offers information concerning the care of this airplane.
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
AOPA is one of the world's largest aviation associations.
AIS, Aeronautical Information Services (Formerly NACO)
Aeronautical Information Services is the FAA's civil aviation authority providing the foundations for flight in the national airspace system.
ABS is a group of 10,000+ members who own, fly or have a sincere interest in Bonanza, Baron, and Travel Air type aircraft.
American Helicopter Society International
Since 1944, AHS has worked for the advancement of a global rotorcraft industry, marked by rapid technical developments, expanding military capabilities, and commercial applications.
AYA is the international type club for owners and pilots of Grumman American light aircraft.
This site includes interactive online courses and quizzes on a variety of safety topics.
The Aviation.org website addresses fundamental safety issues related to pilot performance, including leadership, judgment, decison-making, and airmanship. There is no cost to subscribe.
Aviators Model Code of Conduct
This site provides suggested practices for general aviation pilots to advance flight safety, airmanship and the general aviation community.
As the official ballooning branch of the US National Aeronautic Association, the BFA represents 3,500 member hot air and gas balloon pilots and crew. BFA provides educational and safety training, organizes competitions, and other activities.
This group is dedicated to the Bellanca Cruisair, Cruisemaster, Viking, Citabria, Decathlon, Scout, Champion, Aeronca Champ, Chief, Sedan, and AviaBellanca Skyrocket lines. The group welcomes all owners, pilots, and enthusiasts.
This link goes to the homepage of the Cessna Owner Organization.
The CPA has more than 14,000 members interested in sharing information about Cessna piston aircraft.
Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA)
COPA is a not-for-profit membership organization established to educate, promote the safety of
An Air Force auxiliary, CAP performs search and rescue, disaster relief, counterdrug reconnaissance, and homeland security missions. CAP also has active cadet and aerospace education programs.
Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems
CAMTS is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality and safety of air medical transport services through a voluntary accreditation process.
This link goes to the Experimental Aircraft Association's aviation education page.
Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)
The EAA is a diverse organization of members with a wide range of aviation interests and backgrounds.
The Foundation is an independent, nonprofit international organization that provides a neutral forum where the aviation industry can meet to identify safety concerns, determine solutions and implement ideas and actions to improve safety.
Flight Safety Information Exchange (ICAO)
This ICAO site provides access to safety-related information, including safety management data.
General Aviation & Commercial Division (FAA)
This page is the portal to policy information, products, and tools for the general aviation community.
General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)
GAMA seeks to educate policy makers, opinion leaders and the general public about the vital role general aviation plays in the national economy and air transportation system.
Helicopter Association International
HAI is a not-for-profit, professional trade association of 1,350-plus member organizations in more than 70 nations. HAI promotes the helicopter as a safe and efficient method of transportation.
IMC Club chapters provide monthly meetings in your area to discuss instrument flying
Currently based in Wichita, Kansas, the IFF started in 1944 as the Oklahoma Flying Farmers Association. It now has over 1,700 members.
Light Aircraft Manufacturers Association
As a Non-Profit Mutual Benefit Corporation, LAMA provides information and services to its members.
The Foundation's mission is to reduce accidents in Alaska by fostering a safety culture and higher safety standards.
Mooney Aircraft Pilots Association
MAPA is a service and support organization for owners and operators of all models of Mooney aircraft.
National Agricultural Aviation Association
The NAAA contributes to research and educational programs focused on enhancing the efficacy and safety of aerial application.
National Association of Flight Instructors
NAFI is an international organization dedicated to raising and maintaining the professional standing of the flight instructor in the aviation community. This site includes information on NAFI's Master Instructor program.
National Business Aviation Association
The National Business Aviation Association, Inc., based in Washington, DC, is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan 501(c)6 corporation dedicated to the success of the business aviation community.
National Coalition for Aviation Education
NCAE is a government, industry, and labor group formed to promote aviation education activities and resources; increase understanding of aviation; and support educational initiatives at local, state, and national levels.
National Intercollegiate Flying Association
NIFA was formed to develop and advance aviation education; to promote, encourage and foster aviation safety; to foster communication and cooperation between aviation students and educators; and to provide an arena for collegiate aviation competition.
National Transportation Safety Board
This link goes to the NTSB's home page.
Ninety-Nines - International Organization of Women Pilots
This group was founded in 1929 by 99 licensed women pilots for the mutual support and advancement of aviation.
Piper Cherokee Pilots Association
The Cherokee Pilots Association is an owner group devoted solely to Piper Cherokee Aircraft. Formed in 1980, the association has 4,200 members.
This link goes to the Piper Owner Organization's homepage.
Popular Rotorcraft Association
PRA is a group of rotorcraft enthusiasts who get together to exchange ideas, information and help. PRA also promotes safety and can help with flight training.
Professional Aviation Board of Certification (PABC)
PABC is an independent, non-profit corporation that promotes aviation safety through a voluntary professional pilot certification program.
Robinson Helicopter Publications
This page provides links to safety alerts and service bulletins from Robinson Helicopter Company.
Safety Advisors Publications (AOPA/ASF)
This link goes to the AOPA Air Safety Foundation's Safety Advisors, which describe aviation specific topics in areas such as weather, operations, and proficiency.
The Seaplane Pilots Association was formed in 1972 to represent seaplane pilots in regulatory affairs.
Security - TSA Information for General Aviation
This link goes to TSA's main menu for general aviation.
SeeAndAvoid.org - Midair Collision Avoidance Tool
SEE and AVOID military aircraft in your airspace by entering your airport identifier to ensure a safe flight-plan and avoid midair collisions.
A charitable not-for-profit membership organization of pilots who soloed a powered aircraft more than 25 years ago, newer pilots, and others with a genuine interest in aviation, who endeavor to provide scholarships and educational opportunities.
Small Aircraft Transportation System (NASA)
The SATS Project is being conducted through public-private partnership and is jointly managed by NASA, FAA and NCAM (The National Consortium for Aviation Mobility).
The Soaring Society of America is an organization that seeks to foster and promote all phases of soaring, both nationally and internationally.
Transportation Safety Institute
This link goes to the Aviation Safety Division portion of the TSI website.
Formed in 1985, USUA is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the representation of ultralight pilots and enthusiasts.
VisionZero - Air Medical Transport Safety
This link goes to a page on safety initiatives developed by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS), AAMS, and FARE.
Women in Aviation, International
Women In Aviation, International began in 1990 and was formally established in 1994 to encourage women to seek opportunities in aviation.