International Journal of Aviation Sciences (IJAS)
International Journal of Aviation Sciences (IJAS).
The International Journal of Aviation Sciences is devoted to research in the field of aviation and other related areas.
The journal covers a wide variety of research topics, including, but not limited to:
• Aviation Psychology • Aviation Human Factors • Airport Design and Management • Aeronautical Engineering • Aviation Sustainability • Training • Decision Making • Cognitive Modeling.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 2 (2016)
An Analysis of the Effects of Demographic Variables and Perceptions on the Safety Reporting Behavior in Collegiate Flight Programs
Daniel Kwasi Adjekum, Micah Walala, Julius Keller, Cody Christensen, Randal J. DeMik, John P. Young, and Gary J. Northam
Comparison of Three Angle of Attack (AOA) Indicators: A Usability Study
Camilo Jimenez, Claas Tido Boesser, and Florian Jentsch
Integration of Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Public Higher Education
John Mott, Ardyth M. Williams, and Darcy M. Bullock
Training for Warfighter Decision Making: A Survey of Simulation-Based Training Technologies
Stigma and Pilots with Mental Health Issues
Todd P. Hubbard
Letting Go of Pilot Stigma: A commentary on Hubbard (2016)
Timothy G. Rosser