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The Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research (JAAER) is pleased to announce the release of our latest issue. Click here to access the articles or listed below on this page. Congratulations to our published authors!
The Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research (JAAER) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed scholarly publication serving educators, researchers, and professionals in the aviation and aerospace industry. The journal focuses on the impact education has on the aerospace community and welcomes submissions reflecting the latest industry and academic thought concerning current issues of interest and research in academia, industry, government, and the military. Publishing since 1990, the JAAER is the oldest academic research journal of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
• Aviation Safety
• Aviation History
• Aviation Education
• Aviation Meteorology
• The Business of Aviation
• Commercial Space Operations
• Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
• Airline Industry/Commercial Aviation
To ensure complete anonymity, the journal utilizes a double-blind, peer-review process which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed and are not from the same organization. The journal has an esteemed panel of reviewers from well-respected academic and government institutions as well as the private sector. With a free, open-access platform and averaging 8,000 - 10,000 full-text downloads monthly, the journal affords both authors and researchers a large distribution network.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Volume 29, Number 3
Social Science Considerations for Integrating Aviation Technology, Emergency Services, and Human Resilience
Chelsea A. LeNoble, Joel M. Billings, Janel M. Ingraham, Ray H. Chang, and Allison A. Kwesell
Simulation and Analysis of 4-D Airspace Closures due to Commercial Space Operations: Impacts on Airlines and General Aviation
Janet K. Tinoco, Noah D. Eudy, and Maxwell Cannon
What Type of Collegiate Pilot is Likely to Experience Imposter Phenomenon?
Rian Mehta, Stephen Rice, Tianhua Li, Sadie Cooke, Ryan Lange, Morgan Black, Cynthia Smith, Mattie Milner, Scott R. Winter, Nadine Ragbir, and Austin Vaughn