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Christopher Nail
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#1 Posted: 10/6/2009 22:33:19

 All

I am working on a graduate capstone project for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. I need to collect some survey responses from current or future airplane owners. THAT IS YOU!

This directly relates to General Aviation and the Next Generation of Airspace in the United States. Please help my research out. Any builder in any phase of building or ownership can participate:

Click Here to take survey 

This survey only takes a few minutes of your time.  Thank you in advance!

 

V/R



Christopher Nail



Alice Cornwell
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#2 Posted: 10/6/2009 23:47:55

I filled out the survey for your Christopher and hope many others do too.   Good luck. 



Christopher Nail
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#3 Posted: 10/8/2009 22:22:28

Thank you to all who have added to this survey.  I appreciate all current and future contributors. 



Mike Edwards
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#4 Posted: 10/9/2009 15:03:00

I took the survey and answered the questions as best I could.  The implications of some of the questions were somewhat alarming, which may skew the survey results, I'm afraid.  I did learn something from the survey however.

Not sure about EAA, but AOPA has taken a position on ADS-B implementation which is spelled out on their web site:  http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/air_traffic/ads-b.html.  It appears to me that several of the contingencies for AOPA's support are unlikely to be met.

That web site might be a resource for anyone wishing for more information on this issue.

Mike E



Reggie Smalls
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#5 Posted: 10/10/2009 09:06:39

Thanks for the link to the AOPA article.   ADS-B is a great technology, this will come down to the question "how much, and who pays?"  Also, from someone who flies a plane with no electrical system, I trust that some accommodation will be made.



Christopher Nail
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#6 Posted: 10/10/2009 17:19:24

I'm curious how you might think it will skew the results?

Please, read up on this topic -- AFTER taking the survey please.  I can understand with an internet survey you have the ability to google something you don't understand, but I'm hoping people will take it with out help, to gauge knowledge of the topic.

 

I'd be happy to explain the direction and topics of the survey after it closes.  Just a few more!  Keep them comming!

 

Chris