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When once you have tasted flight, you will walk the Earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you long to return". — Leonardo DaVinci
Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) captures confidential reports, analyzes the resulting aviation safety data, and disseminates vital information to the aviation community.
Electronic Report Submission (ERS)
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The ASRS is a small but important facet of the continuing effort by government, industry, and individuals to maintain and improve aviation safety. The ASRS collects voluntarily submitted aviation safety incident/situation reports from pilots, controllers, and others.
SummaryThe ASRS acts on the information these reports contain. It identifies system deficiencies, and issues alerting messages to persons in a position to correct them. It educates through its newsletter CALLBACK, its journal ASRS Directline and through its research studies. Its database is a public repository which serves the FAA and NASA's needs and those of other organizations world-wide which are engaged in research and the promotion of safe flight.
1) The ASRS assurance of confidentiality and the availability of waivers of disciplinary action do NOT extend to reports of accidents or criminal activity (e.g., hijacking, bomb threats, and drug running). Such reports should not be submitted to ASRS. If such reports are received, they are forwarded identified to cognizant agencies.
2) FAA policies regarding the ASRS are covered by Advisory Circular 00-46D and FAR 91.25. The waiver of penalties is subject to the following limitations: (A) the alleged violation must be inadvertent and not deliberate, (B) it must not reveal an event subject to Section 609 of the Federal Aviation Act, (C) the reporter must not have been found guilty of a violation of the FARs or the Federal Aviation Act during the preceding five years, and (D) the ASRS report must be submitted within 10 days of the event.
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ASRS’s award winning publication CALLBACK is a monthly safety bulletin, which includes de-identified ASRS report excerpts with supporting commentary in a popular “lessons learned” format. In addition, CALLBACK may contain features on ASRS research studies and related aviation safety information. Editorial use and reproduction of CALLBACK articles is encouraged. We would appreciate any appropriate attribution of this information. ASRS thanks the aviation community for its interest in and support of CALLBACK.
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