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Using the NASA Form when you've violated FARs
Practical advice and tips using the NASA form when you’ve violated the FARs.
This 48 page guide will walk you step by step through filing a NASA safety report. It will tell you the techniques and traps to submit a good report AND keep your pilot certificate unblemished. You only have 10 days to submit your report, so this is the tool you want to have ahead of time. As airspace gets more complicated, and the economy doesn't allow us to fly as much as we'd like, the chance of making an error go up.
Well I said error, but the FAA looks at these little errors as FAR violations which put a pilot's certificate at risk. The NASA form is the get out of jail free ticket. What most pilots don't realize is that a poorly written/executed NASA form could be excluded meaning there's no protection. Here's the product that helps you save your ticket.
Designed to fit in your flight bag, size: 6"x9". by Darren Smith, ATP, CFII/MEI
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