SKYbrary

Our repository of safety knowledge related to flight operations, air traffic management (ATM) and aviation safety in general.

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SKYbrary is an electronic repository of safety knowledge related to flight operations, air traffic management (ATM) and aviation safety in general. It is also a portal, a common entry point that enables users to access the safety data made available on the websites of various aviation organisations - regulators, service providers, industry.

SKYbrary delivers many useful functions for the end-users that are built on a customer-friendly interface, such as database search, bookshelf, video tutorials and tookits. It provides access to operational safety expert knowledge and good practices that can assist aviation professionals in finding the correct solutions to the problems they face in everyday operations.

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How to contribute

For all enquiries regarding editorial content or ideas for new articles for SKYbrary, please send an email to editor@skybrary.aero.

For all enquiries regarding content development and content quality assurance, please send an email to contentmanager@skybrary.aero.

If you wish to contribute or participate in the discussions about articles, you are invited to join SKYbrary as a registered user.

Become a SKYbrary user

Background

EUROCONTROL took the initiative to launch SKYbrary in partnership with ICAO, The Flight Safety Foundation, the UK Flight Safety Committee and the European Strategic Safety Initiative. Over the years the partnership was extended to include the Honourable Company of Air Pilots, the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) and the Cranfield University who actively contribute to the initiative.

The initiative is aimed at developing a comprehensive source of aviation safety information and making it available to users worldwide. In 2017, SKYbrary received over 3,3 million visits, resulting in over 6 million page views. Our aim is to have 4 million visits per year by the end of 2019. More information about the knowledge repository is available on SKYbrary