CAT (Civil Aviation Training) is the world’s leading airline simulation and training magazine. With a circulation of over 14,000 copies, CAT showcases the latest and best training practices, for pilots, cabin crew and maintainers throughout the civil airline training industry. Each issue of the magazine typically contains five or more major articles, an extended news and analysis section, event reviews, an industry calendar and more. CAT has a unique regional and international focus and supports the global airline industry by providing the most comprehensive reporting on training challenges and effective training solutions.
Established in July 1995, AVweb is the internet’s first and foremost online aviation magazine and news service, with all content offered free to over 280,000 readers. AVweb features current aviation news, articles by industry-respected writers, podcasts, a fuel finder, and databases in addition to weekly photo and FBO contests. The AVwebFlash and AVwebBiz e-mail newsletters are the leading electronic source for unbiased and independent general aviation news and insight. Delivered twice a week, AVwebFlash issues feature relevant and useful reporting on the news that impacts pilots and owners. AVwebBiz reaches aviation businesses of all kinds including flight schools, FBO’s fractional operators, charter and air taxi flight ops, manufactures and suppliers.
AeroSafety World continues Flight Safety Foundation’s tradition of excellence in aviation safety journalism that stretches back more than 50 years. The full-color monthly magazine, initially called Aviation Safety World when it was launched in July 2006, offers in-depth analysis of important safety issues facing the industry, along with several new departments and a greater emphasis on timely news coverage — in a convenient format and eye-catching contemporary design. While AeroSafety World has taken the place of the seven newsletters the Foundation used to produce, the archives remain active and back issues of the newsletters are still available.
Flight School Business is dedicated to serving the needs of flight school owners and managers, and the businesses and services that support them. Each issue of the Flight School Business biweekly newsletter delivers news, marketing strategies, safety information, and more. It’s all geared to help operators run flight schools more effectively, as a way to directly target the shrinking pilot population, and to address the difficulties flight schools face in gaining and keeping students. It became clear during the research involved with AOPA’s Flight Training Initiative that many flight schools lack the necessary outside resources to help them grow their businesses. That’s why AOPA is pleased to introduce Flight School Business and a dedicated website featuring archives, resources, and events designed uniquely for flight school operators.. Join us as a reader, an advertiser, or a contributor.
Flight Training magazine offers the insight and counsel of experienced pilot-authors to help both instructors and pilots-in-training as they progress toward their goals in aviation. It is an inspirational teacher helping a diverse audience – from active students to veteran flight instructors – improve the process by which students become pilots. Whether these new pilots are learning as a career, for business, or just for the sheer pleasure of flying, AOPA Flight Training presents the process in an energized, interactive, accessible manner that helps students realize the myriad benefits and advantages that accompany the earning of a pilot certificate. Many flight instructors consider it an extension of their curriculum, an invaluable training resource. AOPA Flight Training‘s content – also available as a digital edition — covers safety, techniques, new products, the training process, and intriguing destinations, as well as the stories and accomplishments of other aviators. AOPA is proud to be able to serve the student and flight instructor community. After all, a good pilot is always learning.
Membership in the National Association of Flight Instructors includes NAFI Mentor a monthly publication created exclusively for flight instructors and edited by Greg Laslo. NAFI Mentor will arrive at your doorstep packed with technical information, the latest in FAA regulations, insights into the fundamentals of instruction and much more. No other publication talks directly to flight instructors! Created for and by NAFI Members.
Twice a month the National Association of Flight Instructors sends NAFI members an electronic add-on to Mentor Magazine called eMentor. This fast paced information update gives NAFI members the latest in U.S. government, industry, and association news.