CAP1384: Investigating Reporting Culture Amongst Pilots: A Briefing Study

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Title:Investigating Reporting Culture Amongst Pilots: A Briefing Study
Description:This document results from a request from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) to undertake a briefing study reviewing the reporting culture of pilots. Although the document was originally intended for internal use, to help inform the CAA and BALPA of the issues and encourage debate, we believe sharing the report openly will enable more effective actions and provide transparency to all stakeholders.
Review Comment:None
Date:22 February 2016
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