Flight Times

The Soaring Safety Foundation is tasked with analyzing accident data to identify ways to reduce the accident rate. To accomplish this task the SSF regularily tracks the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) accident reports.

While these accident reports provide an insight into the number of accidents, they do not help to identify the accident rates. To generate accident rates the SSF needs some additional information. Specifically we need to know how many flights or the number of flight hours US glider pilots are obtaining. You can help fill in this missing information by filling out this simple form.

Thank you for doing your part to make soaring safer!

Mandatory Data
This data covers
Individual     Club     Commercial Operator
SSA Region
2008 Hours flown
    No. of Flights

Optional Data
This data revises previous 2008 data
Previous Hours
    Flights
2007 Hours flown
    No. of Flights
2006 Hours flown
    No. of Flights

SSA Member?   Yes   No
Pilot Certificate   Student   Private       Commercial       CFIG
I mainly fly   my own     rented Glider
I ususally fly at a   club     Commercial Operator
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