January/February Issue of Safety BriefingNew Technology in Aviation | January/February 2014

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The Jan/Feb 2014 issue of FAA Safety Briefing explores the important role technology plays in keeping general aviation safe and efficient. Articles discuss the many benefits of emerging technologies as well as the potential safety hazards of being too technologically focused.

FAA Safety Briefing, March/April 2014Getting Back in the Game | March/April 2014

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The March/April 2014 issue of FAA Safety Briefing takes a look at what it takes to "get back in the flying game." Whether it’s transitioning to a new type of aircraft, or returning from a flying hiatus, the articles here will provide safety and training advice and help you fine tune your plan for returning to the skies.

FAA Safety Briefing, May/June 2014Leveraging Certification and Standards to Avoid Monstrous Maintenance Mistakes | May/June 2014

The May/June 2014 issue of FAA Safety Briefing is all about Airworthiness Certification and Standards. In this issue we look at the hidden dangers of layering supplemental type certificates (STC), who to go to when your plane has an issue, and how to take care of an aging aircraft. In addition, you can learn more about the airworthiness directive process and how to apply for an STC.

FAA Safety Briefing, July/August 2014Flying Companion’s Guide to GA | July/August 2014

The July/August 2014 issue focuses on Flying Companions. In this issue we look to provide a basic guide for friends and loved ones who join us in the air or might have an interest in doing so. In addition, you can learn about the current state of ADS-B and where it’s going in the future.

FAA Safety Briefing, September/October  2014Student Pilot Guide, Part II | September/October 2014

The September/October 2014 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the world of student pilots and airmen-in-training. As a continuation to our last student pilot-themed edition in 2012, this issue explores additional tips and resources to help provide a successful path to initial pilot certification, as well as provide a refresher to those more experienced aviators.

FAA Safety Briefing, November/December 2014Winter Operations | November/December 2014

The November/December 2014 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on winter operations. Articles cover some of the exciting opportunities that the winter flying season offers as well as provide a review of several important cold weather safety strategies.