The survey estimates the size, primary use, and flight hours of the 2019 general aviation fleet. This information enables the FAA to track the success of our safety initiatives and to better serve the GA community by evaluating pilot’s access to the equipment and services that they rely on to navigate and fly safely.The survey is four pages long and takes 10 to 30 minutes to complete. Individual responses are kept confidential to the extent permitted by law. The FAA receives and publishes only data aggregated to a level where individual responses are no longer identifiable. The independent research firm, Tetra Tech, is conducting the survey on the FAA’s behalf. Tetra Tech will mail out the surveys, process responses, analyze the results, and maintain custody of individual responses.
Survey results will be posted on the public website by January 2021.
If you have questions, contact the GA Survey help line, at 1-800-826-1797, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or the FAA at GASurvey@faa.gov.