Aviation Safety Program

Aviation Safety Program

Safety is our top priority. That’s why we have implemented a comprehensive safety reporting system for our members, staff, and employees. This system allows anyone to report any incidents or observations that may be inconsistent with our safety standards, whether they occur in flight, during ground operations, or on the airport ramp. This system is designed to ensure that all safety concerns are promptly addressed and that our flying community remains safe and secure.

One of the key features of our safety reporting system is the ability to remain anonymous during the completion of the report form. This ensures that individuals can raise safety concerns without fear of retaliation or discrimination. Additionally, the more information that is provided about the issue, the better we can help to address it. Our team will review each report and take appropriate action to resolve the issue and prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.

By utilizing our safety reporting system, we are able to maintain the highest standards of safety in our flying community and ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the benefits of aviation in a safe and secure environment.

Safety Report
Safety Reports can be submitted anonymously. Provide this information if you would like to be contacted.
The more information you provide the better so we can work together to prevent this from happening in the future.

NASA Safety Report

If you feel that a safety issue may have violated a Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR), please consult with your instructor or DFC Management and submit a NASA Safety Report on the ASRS website.

The Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) is operated by NASA and “captures confidential reports, analyzes the resulting aviation safety data, and disseminates vital information to the aviation community”

In order to be a safe pilot, you have to be a humble pilot. You have to be willing to admit what you don't know and be willing to learn.

Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger

Retired Fighter and Airline Pilot

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Taking steps to prevent general aviation accidents through education and proactive measures leads to a safer flying environment for everyone.