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ASAP vs NASA ASRS (there really is a difference in

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Author: Nice try. That is ONLY IF   Date: 10/4/2019 4:55:32 PM  +0/-2   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

the report is accepted. If it is not, the Pilot is subject to ANY penalty dished out by the FAA. ASAP is a benefit to the company because having it can mitigate their liability and penalty for violations. But the company (certficiate holder) is still violated for every pilot violation while operating under that certficiate. If the pilot ASAP is accepted, then the company gets to mitigate and receives a reduction in penalty or none at all. That is WHY the company wants ASAP. It is not a substitute and in fact when you complete an ASAP report you can selectively also and simultaneoulsy submit a NASA form. Stop trying to confues the two and SCARE pilots into believeing that ASAP is a free pass to be a screw up. Its NOT! Pilots have lost absolutely NOTHING by pulling out of ASAP.

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