The 37th annual General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey (GA Survey) for reporting on calendar year 2014 is underway!
Your participation is important!
-We need to hear from everyone who receives an invitation to complete a survey to prepare accurate statistics on aviation activity. The GA Survey is a scientific sample of
aircraft from the Civil Aviation Registry. Your responses are important because they represent many other aircraft like yours.
-Please respond, even if you did not fly your aircraft during 2014, you sold it, or the aircraft was damaged. These aircraft are just as important to calculate accurate
-The GA Survey is the FAA's primary source of information about the size and activity of the general aviation and on-demand Part 135 fleet. Previous years' survey results can be found at
A wide range of aircraft, aircraft operations, and types of ownership are included in this survey. If you receive a survey, please complete it so that we have accurate data on...
-All types of aircraft—fixed-wing piston, turboprops, rotorcraft, turbojets, gliders, hot air balloons, amateur-built, light-sport aircraft, experimental and non-experimental aircraft.
-Many different aircraft operations, including:
-General operating and flight rules (Part 91)
-On-demand Part 135 (air taxi, air tours, and non-scheduled commuter)
-Agricultural aircraft operations (Part 137)
-Aircraft owned/operated by individuals and by companies as well as:
-Flying clubs, flight schools, fractional ownership programs
-Government agencies (Federal, state, local)
-N-Numbered military aircraft used for civilian purposes
Please be assured...
-Your responses are confidential. The information will be used only for statistical purposes and will not be released in any form that would reveal an individual participant.
Tetra Tech is an independent research firm that conducts the GA Survey on behalf of the FAA.
-You can contact Tetra Tech with questions toll-free at 1-800-826-1797 or email . Thank you!