In this Issue...
- Copyright and Credits
- Guest Editorial
- Flight Operations
- Maintenance and Certification
- Recently Released TSB Reports
- Accident Synopses
- Regulations and You
- Debrief: Get Your Head in the Game: Three R44s fuelled with Jet Fuel!
- Self-Paced Study Program
Learn from the mistakes of others;
you'll not live long enough to make them all yourself...
The ASL is moving to the Web!
Starting with Issue 1/2012, Transport Canada's Aviation Safety Letter (ASL) will officially become an online publication only. The decision to end the printing and distribution of paper copies of the ASL was not taken lightly, and was made in order to reduce our environmental footprint and to better manage public funds.
The good news is that this transition offers new possibilities for our publication, such as unrestricted use of colours, length of magazine, interactivity, and exploring the use of social media. Safety awareness activities need to adapt to current industry trends to become as effective as possible. This shift moves us in the right direction and highlights Transport Canada's continual progression and growth in its safety awareness strategy.
Time to sign-up for the e-Bulletin!
Thousands of ASL readers have already made the transition to electronic delivery, and subscribe to our e-Bulletin notification service. We invite all others to do so, by visiting ASL and follow the easy steps to be on our electronic mailing list. Once signed-up, you will receive an e-mail announcing the release of each new issue of the ASL, as well as a link to the main ASL Web page. For those that prefer a printed copy, you will be able to purchase a print-on-demand version (black and white) through Transport Canada's Publication Order Desk at 1-888-830-4911 or by e-mail at MPS1@tc.gc.ca.
Transport Canada values the opinions of ASL readers and will soon issue a reader survey to collect ideas on enhancing the ASL. We look forward to welcoming you online at ASL.
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