Aviation Related Web Sites
Civil Air Patrol
The official Auxiliary of the United States Air Force, has a three-fold mission: aerospace education of the American people, emergency services and disaster relief for those in distress, and the cadet program.
- The Civic Memorial Senior Squadron meets on Tuesday at 1930. Emailmorrisns@apci.net for information.
- 286th Composite Squadron meets at #8 Terminal Drive St. Louis Regional Airport meets on Monday at 1830. Email email@example.com for information.
American Association of Airport Executives
The “good buddy club” of airport managers. Some stuff is “Members Only”, but most is open to the public.
A fantastic site for tracking any flight from any airline; finding a flight from any departure point to any destination; and for linking to just about any airline you have heard of.
Get the scoop on airline news.
Airline Pilots’ Association
The site for those who get the front windows.
World Fuel Services
For those interested in aviation and marine fuel services.
Current airport and city information.
Aerospace & Defense Industry News from Yahoo
A daily compilation of press releases from the aviation industry, archived for about a week. The best single source of airline monthly financial performance reports.
Good information on aircraft, airlines, and airports. Lots of neat photos!
Commercial Aviation Accident Data Base
An excellent data base of commercial aviation accidents.
Air Safety Online
An excellent site for safety issues and concerns.
NTSB — Aviation Accidents — Index of Months
Accident information from the NTSB.
Fairly good reporting; somewhat tongue-in-cheek; not too irreverent.
National Business Aviation Association, Inc.
Somewhat like AAAE, but for the business flyer.
Airports Headquarters of FAA.
Great Lakes Airports Division FAA
Airports Headquarters for Great Lakes Region of FAA.
Federal Aviation Administration
FAA home page.
National Transportation Safety Board
Aviation, rail, marine, and highway safety information.
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Information on nationally declared disasters.
Statistics to prove just about anything you want to prove.
National Weather Service
A good start for weather information.
NWS Forecast Office: St. Louis
Same as above, but closer to home.