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In an editorial, the editors said "plenty of scientific evidence" and "dozens of chilling circumstantial incidents" in NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System convinced them that electronic devices "can interfere with airliners' radio, navigation units, collision avoidance boxes and .
The vast majority of Worcester County safety lapses voluntarily reported to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Aviation Safety Reporting System occurred at or in the airspace around Worcester Regional Airport and Gardner Municipal Airport, according to the federal database.
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We have estimated that reported events are occurring at a rate of about 15 and perhaps as many as 25 per year, based on a random sample of incident reports filed between 1995 and 2001 with the Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS).
NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) is still in place.
An examination of the US confidential aviation safety reporting system (ASRS) shows that, since 2000, 55 take-offs have been carried out unintentionally in the USA without take-off configuration having been set, but the crew got away with the error, NASA's Loukia Loukopoulos told the Flight Safety Foundation European Aviation Safety Seminar at Nicosia on 18 March.
Similar to NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS), PSOs allow for voluntary participation of standardized and confidential reporting and analysis of data on adverse medical events, without the fear of legal discovery.
The Aviation Safety Reporting System serves as a successful model for this system.