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July 6, 2017
FAA 2016 GA Survey Closing Soon
The FAA’s contractor, Tetra Tech, has notified NAAA they recently sent out the final mailing to those aircraft owners selected to complete the General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey (referred to as the GA Survey). If you have already completed the survey, they express their appreciation or encourage you to complete the survey if you have not done so before the approaching closing date.
The information gathered by this survey is important to general aviation and the agricultural community because it is the only source of information on the size and activity of our aircraft fleet. Data gathered helps to prepare safety statistics and develop an industry accident rate which is extremely important due to the fluctuation in ag aviation activity from year to year. Please do not fail to report this vital information! Tetra Tech reminds aircraft owners to complete the survey even if they did not fly the aircraft or sold it during 2016. If you received an invitation to complete the survey, it can be accomplished online at
Previous years’ GA Survey results can be found on the FAA’s website. If you have any questions, please contact Tetra Tech toll-free at 1-800-826-1797 or email
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