U.S. Civil Airmen Statistics for Calendar Year 1984.
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON DC OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
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The U.S. Civil Airmen Statistics is an annual study published to meet the demands of FAA, other government agencies, and industry fore more detailed airmen statistics than those published in other FAA reports. Statistics pertaining to airmen, both pilot and nonpilot, were obtained from the official airman certification records maintained at the FAA Aeronautical Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. An active airmen is one who hold both an airmen certificate and a valid medical certificate. Airmen who must have a valid medical to exercise the privileges of their certificate are all airplane pilots, control tower operators, flight navigators, flight engineers, and flight instructors. The glider and lighter-than-air pilots are not required to have a medical examination but the numbers represent only those who had a valid medical certificate. Mechanics, parachute riggers, ground instructors, and dispatchers certificates represent all certificates on record at the aeronautical center. Key words certificates held, nonpilot, private, commercial, student, airline transport, glider, helicopter, lighter-than-air, instrument ratings, flight instructors, pilot certificates issued.
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