Margaret Klemm

Associate Professor of Aeronautical Science
Aeronautical Science Department
Daytona College of Aviation

Office Hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays 10-11; 1300-1400; Wednesdays 10-11 and 1200-1500; By appointment
Margaret Klemm

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science, Louisiana State University - University of New Orleans

  • CFII - Certified Flight Instructor-Instrument
  • C/GPL - Commercial Glider Pilot License
  • C/RPL - Commercial Rotorcraft Pilot License
  • C/ASES - Commercial airplane single engine Sea
  • C/ASEL - Commercial airplane single engine land
  • ATP - Airline Transport Pilot
  • IGI - Instrument Ground Instructor
  • AGI - Advanced Ground Instructor

AS 254 Aviation Legislation
AS 387 Crew Resource Management
AS 412 Corporate & Business Aviation

Klemm, M.F. (2012, Spring) Hybrid courses in Aeronautical Science curriculums. The Journal of
Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research, 9-13.
Margaret F. Klemm and AIAA TC Committee (2007) Review of Aircraft Operations 2007. December, Aerospace America.
Margaret F. Klemm and Barbara A. Snoden (2006) IS-BAO Certification, the New Gold Standard for Aviation Companies. May 2006 in Aviation Maintenance.
Margaret F. Klemm and Barbara A. Snoden (2006) Promoting International Corporate Cabin Safety Through the Adoption of IS-BAO Code of Practice, Proceedings of the Southern California Safety Institute 23rd Annual International Aircraft Cabin Safety Symposium, Oklahoma City, OK.
Brian Baxley, Margaret Klemm and Parimal Kopardeker (2005) Review of Aircraft Operations 2005. December, Aerospace America, p. 29.
Robert F. Ripley, Andrea Van Buren and Margaret F. Klemm (2003) Review of Aircraft Operations 2003. December, Aerospace America, p.31.
Margaret F. Klemm and Albert C. Ringelstein (2002) Congressional Response to the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks. Extensions, Fall, pp. 4-8.
Margaret F. Klemm, Robert F. Ripley, Matt Gasper, and Andrea Van Buren (2002) Review of Aircraft Operations Developments 2002. December, Aerospace America, p.27.
Margaret F. Klemm, Robert F. Ripley and Sheri Owrey (2001) Review of Aircraft Operations Developments 2001. December, Aerospace America, pp. 38-39.
Margaret F. Klemm (1997) Who Controls the Magic cockpit? The Computer or the Crew? Proceedings of the Jerome Lederer Colloquium, New York, New York.
Margaret F. Klemm and Shari S. Krause (1997) Review of Aircraft Operations Developments 1997. December, Aerospace America, pp. 29.
Margaret F. Klemm and Robert F. Ripley (1997) Airline Operational Experience with TCAS II: Ramifications for Flight Crew Training. Summer, Journal of Avionics Education, pp. 62-79.
Margaret F. Klemm and Robert F. Ripley (1995) Analysis of Airline Flight Crew Responses to TCAS II Alerts, in The Handbook of Airline Economics edited by Daryl Jenkins. McGraw-Hill.
Robert F. Ripley and Margaret F. Klemm (1995) Analysis of Airline Flight Crew Responses to TCAS II Alerts. August, Avionics News, pp. 48-58.
Robert F. Ripley and Margaret F. Klemm (1994) Pilot and Controller Perspectives on TCAS II. Proceedings of the FAA/MSU/AIAA 3rd Joint Symposium on General Aviation Systems Conference, Starkville, MS.
Steven A. Shull and Margaret F. Klemm (1987) Amendments v. All Votes: A Comparison of Position Taking and Controversy in Congress. Southeastern Political Review, Vol. 1, pp. 139-158.
Margaret F. Klemm (1986) A Look at Case Processing Time in Five Cities. Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 14, pp. 9-23.

A.A.S., Aviation Flight Technology, Lansing Community College
B.S., Political Science, Arizona State University
M.A., Political Science, Western Michigan University
Ph.D., Political Science, University of New Orleans
Dr. Klemm taught public administration, and constitutional and criminal law at Xavier University, Saginaw Valley State University and Northern Illinois University.
Dr. Klemm taught in the aviation departments at Central Missouri State University, Auburn University and Purdue University
Dr. Klemm has been a flight instructor, bush pilot, on-demand charter pilot, corporate pilot, Captain for a fractional airline, FlightSafety instructor, and Chief Pilot.