|Editor-in-chief: David Ison, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide||Associate editor: David Worrells, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide|
The IJAAA is the peer-reviewed journal of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Worldwide College of Aeronautics. With one of the most recognized names in aviation education across the globe and almost 90 years of excellence, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University provides a premier publication outlet for scholars, industry stakeholders, and government entities. The IJAAA is open access, thus there are no fees or charges required of authors or readers.
The Journal editorial staff work very hard to make your publication experience as easy and seamless as possible. Gone are the days of waiting months for decisions on your hard work. Currently, our average publication decision is made within 14 days.
Our articles are now available through Google Scholar. We are diligently pursuing primary research database indexing as well as inclusion in well-recognized impact factor measurement services. The IJAAA is now listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and has a pending impact factor with CiteFactor. You can be assured your articles will receive wide distribution and availability.
Submissions now must include all doi numbers for all references, when available. Please be sure your submissions comply with this requirement to avoid delays in publication.
We just released our third issue for 2016. We have numerous articles in queue for publication - check back soon for more great research!
NOTE: Only works listed under "articles" are peer-reviewed. Others are selected by editorial review.
Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 3 (2016)
Quantifying the Effects of Humidity on Density Altitude Calculations for Professional Aviation Education
Thomas A. Guinn and Randell J. Barry
Measuring CRM Aptitude: Is NOTECHS a Suitable Tool for Pilot Selection?
Hans-Joachim K. Ruff-Stahl, Daniel Vogel, Nicolaus Dmoch, Alexander Krause, Andrea Strobl, Dirk Farsch, and Robert Stehr
Increasing Collegiate Flight Training Fleet Utilization Through the Use of an Aircraft Assignment Algorithm
John H. Mott, Daniel Henao, Mitchell S. Hodgen, and Darcy M. Bullock
Personality types of pilot students: A study of an Australian collegiate aviation program
Yi Gao and Stephen Kong
An Examination of the Relationships between Safety Culture Perceptions and Safety Reporting Behavior among Non-Flight Collegiate Aviation Majors
Daniel Kwasi Adjekum, Julius Keller, Micah Walala, Cody Christensen, Randal J. DeMik, John P. Young, and Gary J. Northam