Our first commitment is to safety. Depending on whether you're a pilot, mechanic, traveler, or from one of our other customer groups, however, the word "safety" may mean something different to you.

This table shows the most common safety-related tasks our customers perform on FAA.gov.

Pilots
If you want to… Visit
Review accident and incident data Accident & Incident Data
Find a safety program WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program
Read pilot safety brochures Pilot Safety Brochures
Get online safety training FAA Safety Team (FAAST) Courses
Review Aircraft Safety Alerts (ADs, SAIBs, etc.) Aircraft Safety Alerts
Report a safety issue

Contact the Aviation Safety Hotline

Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)

Mechanics
If you want to… Visit
Review Aircraft Safety Alerts (ADs, SAIBs, etc.) Aircraft Safety Alerts
Learn about awards programs

Aviation Maintenance Technician Award

Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award

General Aviation Industry Awards Program

Report a safety issue

Contact the Aviation Safety Hotline

Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)

Airline Operators
If you want to… Visit
Review Safety Alerts for Operators (SAFOs) or Information for Operators (InFO)

Safety Alerts for Operators (SAFOs)

Information for Operators (InFO)

Read information on hazardous materials Air Carrier Information
Find out how we're improving safety based on lessons learned from commercial airplane accidents Lessons Learned from Transport Airplane Accidents
Travelers
If you want to… Visit
Travel safely

Hazardous Materials Information for Passengers

Cabin Safety