Reports

NAOMS 2008 Air Carrier Responses by Category
 
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Actual Hours and Legs by Year (A1, A2)

Airborne Conflicts
Bird Strikes (AC1)
Near Midair Collisions (AC2, AC3)

Aircraft Flight Operations
Accepted Clearance That Could Not Comply With (AH2)
Altitude Deviation, Descent Below Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) (AD1, AD1.A, AD2)
Hard Landing (AH9)
Land or Takeoff Without Clearance (AH4, AH5)
Lost Sight of Another Aircraft (AH3, AH3.A)
Nearly Collided With Terrain While Airborne (AH15 to AH15.C.1)
Overweight Takeoffs (AH11)
Tail Strike During Takeoff or Landing (AH7, AH8)
Takeoffs With Improper Configuration (AH12)
Takeoffs With Out-of-Limit Center of Gravity (CG) (AH10)
Track Deviation (AH6)
Unusual Attitude or Stall Warning (AH13, AH14)
Used Reserve Fuel (AH1)

Aircraft Make-Model, Total Hours and Total Legs (A1, A2, A3.A)

Airline Management and Safety Culture (JD30 to JD34.A)

Equipment Abnormalities
Diversions (ER1, ER1.A)
Engine Shutdowns or Failures (ER6, ER7)
Hazmat Incidents or Cargo Shifts (ER2 to ER3)
Smoke, Fire and Fumes (ER5.A to ER5.F.3)
Uncommanded Aircraft Surface Movements (ER4.A through ER4.I.2D)

Ground Operations
Collided or Nearly Collided With Another Aircraft While Both on Ground (GE10 to GE10.C)
Collided or Nearly Collided With Ground Vehicle (GE2 to GE2.C)
Landing Skids (GE3)
Rejected Takeoff (GE4)
Runway Incursions (GE7)
Runway or Taxiway Excursions (GE1, GE5, GE6)
Takeoff or Landing Conflicts With Other Aircraft (GE8, GE9)

In-Close Approach Changes (ICAC)
Flight Changes From Most Recent Unrequested Clearance Change (IC8 to IC14.E)
Flight Management System/Flight Management Computer (FMS/FMC) Use in Most Recent Clearance Change (IC4 to IC7)
Location and Aircraft Information of Most Recent Clearance Change (IC2 to IC3)
One Unrequested Clearance Change (IC1 to IC1B1.10.A)
Reasons for Most Recent Unrequested Clearance Change (IC15 to IC16.D.1)
Two or More Unrequested Clearance Changes (IC1.A2 to IC1.C.10)

Interactions With Air Traffic Control (ATC)
High Altitude or Airspeed on Approach (AT2)
Unable To Communicate With Air Traffic Control Because of Frequency Congestion (AT1 to AT1.C)

Medical Emergencies and Passenger Disturbance (CP1, CP2, CP3)

Missed Approach Policy (JD25 to JD26.B)

Pilot Training
Cockpit Resource Management (CRM) Training (JD24 to JD24.D)
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (C-FIT) Training (JD22 to JD22.J)
Recurrent Training (JD20 to JD21.E)
Upset Recovery Training (JD23 to JD23.C)

Questionnaire Feedback (D1 to D5A)

Safety Reporting Programs
Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) (JD27 to JD28.B)
Flight Operations Quality Assurance (FOQA) Program (JD29 to JD29.D)

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) (JD13 to JD19)

Terminal Operations and Instrument Approach Events
Constant-Angle Approaches (JD6 to JD7.A)
Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) (JD10 to JD11.A)
Ground Proximity Warning System/Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS/EGPWS) (JD1 to JD2.B)
Lateral Navigation/Visual Navigation (LNAV/VNAV) (JD8 to JD8.B.1)
Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (MSAW) (JD3 to JD3.B.1)
Non-Precision Approaches (JD4 to JD5.A)
Required Navigation Performance (RNP) (JD9 to JD9.C.1)
Visual Approach Slope Indicator/Precision Approach Path Indicator (VASI/PAPI) (JD12, JD12.A)

Weather
Aircraft Icing (WE4)
Diversion Because of Weather (WE3)
Severe Turbulence (TU1 to TU1.B)
Wake Turbulence (TU2)
Weather Information (WE1 to WE2.A)
Windshear or Microburst (WE5, WE6)

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