Calling All Helicopter Pilots
Make your opinion on heliports known and make it count!
The National EMS Pilots Association is conducting a survey to gather opinion on heliport design and safety from those who are most affected by the design and management of heliport facilities – the nation’s helicopter pilots. We are seeking input from all pilots involved in any form of helicopter operations. The information gathered will be presented to the Federal Aviation Administration and to all stake holders in the helicopter industry to assist in the current efforts to rewrite the new FAA heliport advisory circular.
You must act soon because time is of the essence!
Take 15 minutes now or at your earliest opportunity and make a positive impact on your industry for years to come.
Survey Link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/HeliportSurvey
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