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ASAP never protected pilots from discipline


ASAP never protected pilots from discipline  

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Author: unless it was sole-source!   Date: 10/5/2019 11:49:34 AM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

You've mistaken non-sole-source for sole-source.   ASAP is about protecting pilots from CERTIFICATE ACTIONS, not company discipline.   If something occured that requires an AIDMOR (ie, a mandadory AIDMOR submission), it's already not sole-source, obviously.  I dare you to point out any mandatory report that a pilot can hide from the company that they wouldn't find out about second hand!   And, if the FAA feels an incident important enough to open a SEPARATE investigation, it is their right as addressed in the ASAP Advisory Circular -and- the FAA Compliance Enforcement Program (FAA Order 2150.3C).   They must have determined it was either intentional, willful, or a question of a Qualification Issue.   


 


Nothing has changed over the years.  


 


You just forfeited the pilots protections for your crusade against normalcy

 
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