FAA Safety Briefing Wins Flight Safety Foundation’s Publication Award

Paris Air Show » 2013
June 17, 2013, 2:55 PM

During the Paris Air Show aerospace media dinner on Sunday at the Aero Club de France, the Flight Safety Foundation presented its Cecil A. Brownlow Publication Award to FAA Safety Briefing, the bimonthly publication and active online community serving pilots, flight instructors and aircraft technicians that is produced by the U.S. FAA. The FSF said the award is usually presented at the organization’s annual International Air Safety Summit, but this year it decided to bestow the award at the Paris Air Show.

The FAA’s aviation safety publication is being lauded for “taking a highly informative, yet conversational approach to helping the general aviation community better understand safety and regulatory issues, promoting continued training and skills development and helping general aviation keep in touch with FAA policies and the reasons behind them.”

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