CFAC Books Aviation Risk and Safety Management The International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) decision to require aviation organizations to adopt Safety Management Systems poses a major problem especially for small and medium sized aviation companies. The complexity of regulations overstrains the aviation stakeholders who seek to fully advantage from them but have no clear guidance. The aim of the book is to show the implementation of such a new system with pragmatic effort in order to gain a gradation for smaller operators. This book can be obtained directly from Springer. Aviation Systems (Second Edition) The Future of Mobility: Trends That Will Shape the Mobility and Aviation Industry in the Future.- Fundamentals and Structure of Aviation Systems.- The Environment of Aviation.- From the Aviation Value Chain to the Aviation System.- Airline Strategy - From Network Management to Business Models.- From Airline Network Development to Airline Operations.- Managing Airports.- Demand and Marketing in Aviation.- Passenger Behaviouristics.- Authorities and Regulations in Aviation.- The Holy Grail of Aviation: Risk, Safety and Security.- Human Factors in Aviation.- Risk Management in Aviation.- Aviation Governance.- Long-term Planning of Organizations in Industries With High Uncertainty Environments. New Frontiers in Aviation: Supersonic, Space Travel & Drones. This book can be obtained directly from Springer. Sustainable Aviation – How does the sustainability transformation of aviation succeed? From Insight to Impact – True to the HSG motto, a team of Master’s students and researchers from the Center for Aviation Competence (CFAC) and the Institute for Economy and Environment (IWOE) spent two years working on the sustainability transformation of aviation. As a result of the research project, the book “Sustainable Aviation – A Management Perspective” was published at the end of February. Under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Judith Walls, Full Professor for Sustainability Management and Dr. Andreas Wittmer, Permanent Lecturer for Aviation, as well as several (post-)doctoral students, a total of 7 master students from different study programs initially wrote their master thesis on different sub-areas of “Sustainable Aviation”. Through different qualitative and quantitative research approaches, a very comprehensive knowledge base was created. In a next step, the academic work was then processed into nine informative book chapters for readers from the field, which provide a comprehensive understanding of Sustainable Aviation. The project is an excellent example of cross-institutional and cross-industry collaboration at the HSG, as well as the curiosity, commitment and competence of the students at the University of St. Gallen. We aim to concretely contribute to problem solving of a complex challenge of a key global industry by bridging the gap between academia and various stakeholders from the field and identifying possible solutions. The entire project was completely self-financed, but accompanied by companies from the practice and represents in its unique form a valuable contribution to practice-relevant teaching. The book has been published by Springer The project team: Prof. Dr. Judith Walls, Editor Dr. Andreas Wittmer, Editor Dr. Alexander Stauch, Co-Project Lead Adrian Müller, M.A., Co- Project Lead Philipp Gunziger, M.A. Juliette Kettler, M.A. Ivan Vuckovic, M.A. Nadine Zumsteg, M.A.