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Appendix A Federal Aviation Administration Sponsored Safety Seminar Program

Appendix A
Federal Aviation Administration Sponsored Safety Seminar Program

1. During the last 2 years, how many FAA- sponsored Safety Seminars did you attend?



2. Overall, how satisfied are you with the information you have received from FAA-sponsored Safety Seminars?





3. If you have not attended any FAA-sponsored Safety Seminars in the last 2 years, what is your MAIN reason for not attending? MARK ONLY ONE.







4. Which of the following best describes your current level in the WINGS Program?





5. How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements?

a. Participation in the WINGS Program makes pilots safer aviators.




b. I have applied information I received in Safety Seminars to my own flying experiences.




c. Information presented in FAA-sponsored Safety Seminars increases safety awareness.




d. Information I received in an FAA-sponsored Safety Seminar helped me to avoid an accident.




6. The BEST way to get new safety information would be through: MARK ONLY ONE






7. Which of the following best describes your computer access? MARK ALL THAT APPLY.







8. Which of the following list of potential seminar topics would be of most interest to you. MARK ALL THAT APPLY.
































9. Is piloting an aircraft your main source of income?

10. Do you own or co-own an aircraft?

11. Which of the following pilot certificates do you hold? MARK ALL THAT APPLY.




12. Which of the following ratings are on your pilot's certificate? MARK ALL THAT APPLY.



13. Which of the following certifications do you hold? MARK ALL THAT APPLY.






14. For which kind of operator(s) do you fly? MARK ALL THAT APPLY.






15. How many hours have you flown
During your career





In the last 12 months





16. What is your current age?





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