January 2013

Aviation Interest

New Features on FAASafety.gov

We are starting the new year with some nifty new features and improvements on FAASafety.gov. They will be available on Thursday, January 3, 2013.

More information is available in this descriptive document: https://www.faasafety.gov/files/notices/2013/Jan/Auto_Register_and_Upgrades.pdf

One new feature is for non-registered users who attend safety seminars. If they do not have an account on FAASafety.gov, this new feature allows them to request that we create an account for them. We call it the “Auto Register” feature. After the account is created, the new user will receive an automated email with their log in information.

Aviation Interest

New Features on FAASafety.gov

We are starting the new year with some nifty new features and improvements on FAASafety.gov. They will be available on Thursday, January 3, 2013.

More information is available in this descriptive document: https://www.faasafety.gov/files/notices/2013/Jan/Auto_Register_and_Upgrades.pdf

One new feature is for non-registered users who attend safety seminars. If they do not have an account on FAASafety.gov, this new feature allows them to request that we create an account for them. We call it the “Auto Register” feature. After the account is created, the new user will receive an automated email with their log in information.

Aviation Interest

FAA Safety Briefing

faaFAA Safety Briefing Offers New E-Reader Files
In response to our last FAAST Blast message, we received several emails about subscribing to an e-reader version of the FAA Safety Briefing magazine. In future email notifications about new issues (available by clicking the green “subscribe” check mark found at the top of the FAA Safety Briefing home page at faa.gov/news/safety_briefing), we will include the direct links to not only the PDF file for download, but also the ePub and MOBI files for mobile device reading.

Aviation Interest

FAA Safety Briefing

faaFAA Safety Briefing Offers New E-Reader Files
In response to our last FAAST Blast message, we received several emails about subscribing to an e-reader version of the FAA Safety Briefing magazine. In future email notifications about new issues (available by clicking the green “subscribe” check mark found at the top of the FAA Safety Briefing home page at faa.gov/news/safety_briefing), we will include the direct links to not only the PDF file for download, but also the ePub and MOBI files for mobile device reading.