- Press Release
- August 7, 2022
NASA National Aviation Operational Monitoring Service (NAOMS) Information Release
This Web site contains responses collected from the air carrier and general aviation pilot surveys as part of the NASA National Aviation Operational Monitoring Service (NAOMS) project from April 2001 through December 2004. Relevant information is contained in the accompanying documentation. In the interest of timeliness, this first release is by nature conservative to ensure the responses do not contain confidential commercial information or information that could compromise the anonymity of individual pilots. Efforts will be made in 2008 to release additional NAOMS information that was redacted for this release.
NOTE: The responses contained herein, and the methodology used to acquire them, have not been peer-reviewed to date. Accordingly, no product of the NAOMS project, including the survey methodology, the survey responses, and any analysis of the responses, should be viewed or considered at this stage as having been validated.
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A technical report prepared by Battelle Memorial Institute for NASA. This report summarizes the methodological development work that was done on the NAOMS project from 1998 to early 2007 by Battelle and its subcontractors under NASA contract NNA05AC07C. The survey used for the air carrier pilots can be found in Appendix 11, and the survey used for the general aviation pilots can be found in Appendix 12.
The Memorandum of November 19, 2007, from NASA Administrator Michael Griffin to Bryan O’Connor, Chief, Office of Safety and Mission Assurance, directing the formation of a panel to advise the administrator on the release of the NAOMS information
A summary listing the redaction strategies applied to the survey responses, the rationale, and the particular fields affected; as well as the various categories used to generalize the information
The redacted responses collected from surveys of air carrier and general aviation pilots between April 2001 and December 2004. This includes 25,762 responses to the air carrier pilot surveys and 4,777 responses to the general aviation pilot surveys. In addition, a portion of the actual or raw responses from both surveys is included to show the breadth and scope of the pilot community surveyed and the types of aircraft flown. This information has been disassociated from the parent survey responses.
Transcripts from the December 31, 2007 Media Teleconference
A transcript from the December 31, 2007 media teleconference will be posted to this site shortly after the teleconference.