1971 U. S. Civil Airmen Statistics.
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON D C OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
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The collection and dissemination of expanded aircraft data have created a need for more compatible airmen statistics. This information is required to establish more valid relationships between aircraft and airmen and to furnish more realistic bench marks for measuring trends in the civil airmen counts and their overall effect on the various segments of aviation. Statistics pertaining to airmen, both pilot and nonpilot, were obtained from the official airman certification records maintained by the Data Services Division, of the FAA Aeronautical Center, at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, indicating active pilot and active nonpilot certificates held and airman certificates issued. Author
- Commercial and General Aviation
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations