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Editors

Editor-in-chief: Dave Cross, PhD, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide
Associate Editor: Ghazal Barari, PhD, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide
Associate Editor: Kat Moran, EdD, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide
Associate Editor: John Robbins, PhD, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Daytona Beach
 

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 editorial focus is on the global issues that are currently facing the aviation, aeronautics, and aerospace segments.

The IJAAA is open access and there are no fees or charges required of authors or readers. The IJAAA upholds the highest standards for publication transparency and ethics. We follow the guidelines of the Committee of Publication Ethics.

The IJAAA uses a peer-reviewed, double-blind process to evaluate academic articles. 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. We strive to return editorial decisions within 60 days of receipt and publish articles within 120 days of receipt.

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), SCOPUS, and Elsevier. The journal is under consideration for inclusion in Cabell's Directory. You can be assured your articles will receive wide distribution and availability.

NOTE: Only works listed under "articles" are peer-reviewed. Others are selected by editorial review.

The IJAAA is currently NOT accepting new submissions. Watch for the 2020 Call for Papers at the end of this year.

Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 4 (2019)

Articles

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There is a Bias in Aviation Against Research That is Perceived to be “Easy”
Stephen Rice, Scott R. Winter, and Nicola M. O'Toole

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Difference in attitudes toward Crew Resource Management based on nationality
Christoph Zurman, Herbert O. Hoffmann, and Hans-Joachim K. Ruff-Stahl

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Collegiate Aviation Pilots: Analyses of Fatigue Related Decision-Making Scenarios
Julius Keller, FLAVIO COIMBRA MENDONCA MR, and Jason E. Cutter

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Autonomous Airliners Anytime Soon?
Samuel M. Vance, Evan C. Bird, and Daniel J. Tiffin

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Fatigue In Collegiate Aviation
Erik Levin, FLAVIO COIMBRA MENDONCA MR, Julius Keller, and Aaron Teo

Position Papers

Literature Review

Special Purpose Documents

Concept Papers

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Comparison of Flow field in the proximity of A Single Planar & Wrap-around Fin
Nayhel Sharma, Palak Saini, Hrishabh Chaudhary, Gurteg Nagi, and Rakesh Kumar Dr.