Keeping Pilots Safe.
Safeguarding the future of GA.
The Air Safety Institute serves all pilots – not just AOPA members – by providing free safety education programs to pilots and flight instructors, analyzing safety data, and conducting safety research. Pilots throughout the world rely on the products from ASI to be safer, better informed pilots.
The Air Safety Institute, a division of the AOPA Foundation, was formerly the AOPA Air Safety Foundation. Since 1950, the GA accident rate has decreased by 90 percent—due in large part to the safety education provided to pilots by the Foundation. ASI serves GA in many ways, most notably with its education, and also its research that analyzes and categorizes more than three decades of GA accidents and fatalities. From award-wining online courses to in-person seminars to quizzes and much more, take a look at all ASI has to offer. The programs are made possible by generous contributions from pilots like you.
Take ASI's award-winning online courses, accident case studies, safety quizzes, and videos.
Sign up for ASI’s Flight Instructor Refresher Course (FIRC) – available in-person and online – and begin your CFI certificate renewal process today.
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