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1 US Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration U.S. CIVIL AIRMEN STATISTICS Calendar Year 995 IfämMmt A ÄäBfSOVWJ fear psfcdiig mi&a&»s OteSr?,bratas. önjfeoltwl J9970If 3 I Office of Aviation Policy and Plans DTIC QUALITY INSPECTED

2 Technical Report Documentation Page. Report No. 2. Government Accession No. 3. Recipient's Catalog No. 4. Title and Subtitle U. S. Civil Airmen Statistics, Calendar Year Author(s) Statistics and Forecast Branch Planning Analysis Division 9. Performing Organization Name and Address 5. Report Date Performing Organization Code APO-0 8. Performing Organization Report No. 0. Work Unit No. (TRAIS) Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Office of Aviation Policy and Plans Washington, DC Contract or Grant No. 2. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Office of Aviation Policy and Plans Washington, DC Type of Report and Period Covered Annual-Calendar Year 4. Sponsoring Agency Code FAA 5. Supplementary Notes 6. Abstract This report'contains calendar year statistics on pilots and nonpilots and the number of certificates issued. It also contains counts of pilots and nonpilots by state and county. 7. Keywords Certificates held, nonpilot, private, commercial, students, airline transport, glider, helicopter, lighter-than-air, instruments rating, flight instructors, pilot certificates issued. 8. Distribution Statement Documents is available to the public through the National Technical Information Service Springfield, Virginia Security Classif.lof this report) Unclassified 20. Security Classif.lof this page) Unclassified Available on Internet at: 2. No. of Pages 22. Price Form DOT F (8-72) Reproduction of completed page authorized

3 PUBLICATION INFORMATION FOR STATISTICS AND FORECAST BRANCH (non-forecast publications only) Below is a list of the publications compiled by the Office of Aviation Policy & Plans/Planning Analysis Division/Statistics & Forecast Branch. Questions may be directed to us by phone as indicated below each listing, or, by writing: Federal Aviation Administration, Statistics & Forecast Branch (APO-0), 800 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC Attention regular customers: please see new information below for each publication. Airport Activity Statistics of Certificated Route Air Carriers is now published by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS). Included in the data are passenger enplanements and tons of enplaned freight and mail. Scheduled/ nonscheduled service shown by airport and carrier are also included. Breakdown of data includes departures/enplanements/ cargo/mail by airport, carrier & type of operation, and type of aircraft. Latest printed edition: Order from: Calendar Year 994 The current edition is free of charge and while supplies lasts from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics at DATA or fax: Census of US Civil Aircraft is an annual publication that includes statistical data on the registered civil fleet, air carrier aircraft, and general aviation aircraft-both registered and active, detailed reports for general aviation aircraft by owner's state and county, and registered aircraft by make and model. Last printed edition: Order from: 994 information is now available: 995 information will be available: Person to contact: Calendar Year 993 this and past printed editions are available for sale from the: National Technical Information Service (NTIS) at on the Internet at: undetermined Patricia Beardsley FAA Air Traffic Activity furnishes terminal and en route air traffic activity information (e.g., takeoffs & landings, flight plans filed) of the National Airspace System, the data is collected/ compiled from the FAA-operated Airport Traffic Control Towers, Air Route Traffic Control Centers, Flight Service Stations, Approach Control Facilities, and FAA-contracted towered airports. Latest printed edition: Order from: 994 information is now available: 995 information will be available: 995 publication will be available: Person to contact: Fiscal Year 994 Past editions are available for sale from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) at on the Internet at: //api.hq.faa.gov August 996 undetermined Nancy Trembley

4 FAA Statistical Handbook of Aviation is a convenient source for historical data. It presents statistical information pertaining to the FAA, the National Airspace System, Airports, Airport Activity, US Civil Air Carrier Fleet, US Civil Air Carrier Operating Data, Airmen, General Aviation Aircraft, Aircraft Accidents, and Aeronautical Production & Import/Export. Last printed edition: Order from: 994 information is now available: 995 information will be available: Person to contact: Calendar Year 993 this and past printed editions are available for sale from the: National Technical Information Service (NTIS) at on the Internet at: undetermined Patricia Beardsley General Aviation & Air Taxi Activity and Avionics Survey is an annual report that presents the results of the general aviation/air taxi activity and avionics survey conducted to obtain information on the activity and avionics of the US registered general aviation aircraft fleet. The report contains estimated flying time, landings, fuel consumption, lifetime airframe hours, and engine hours of the active general aviation aircraft by manufacturer/model group, aircraft type, state and region of based aircraft, and primary use. Latest printed edition: Order from: 995 information will be available: 996 information will be available: 995 publication will be available: Person to contact: Calendar Year 995 The current edition is available for sale from the US Government Printing Office at Past editions are available for sale from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) at on the Internet at: September 997 December 997 Patricia Beardsley US Civil Airmen Statistics is an annual study of detailed airmen statistics. It contains statistics on pilots and nonpilots and the number of certificates issued. Last printed edition: Order from 995 information is now available: Person to contact: Calendar Year 994 The current edition is free of charge and while supplies last from the FAA/Statistics and Forecast Branch, Past year editions are available for sale from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) at on the Internet at: Patricia Beardsley IV

5 PREFACE The U.S. Civil Airmen Statistics is an annual study published to meet the demands of FAA, other government agencies, and industry for more detailed airmen statistics than those published in other FAA reports. Statistics pertaining to airmen, both pilot and nonpilot, were obtained form the official airman certification records maintained at the FAA Aeronautical Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. An active Airman is one who holds both an airmen certificate and a valid medical certificate. Airmen who must have a valid medical to exercise the privileges of their certificate are all airplane pilots, rotorcraft pilots, flight navigators, and flight engineers. Glider pilots are not required to have a medical examination but the numbers represent only those who had a valid medical certificates on record at the Aeronautical Center. This study was prepared in the Office of Aviation Policy and Plans, Planning Analysis Division, Statistics and Forecast Branch (APO-0).

6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Statistics and Forecast Branch Publications iii Preface v TABLES I. ACTIVE PILOT CERTIFICATES HELD Table Estimated Active Airmen Certificates Held: December 3, Table 2 Estimated Active Women Airmen Certificates Held: December 3, Table 3 Estimated Active Pilot Certificates Held by Class of Certificate By FAA Region: December 3, Table 4 Estimated Active Pilot Certificates Held by Class of Certificate: December 3, Table 5 Estimated Active Pilots and Flight Instructors by FAA Region and State: December 3,995-9 Table 6 Estimated Active Women Pilots and Flight Instructors by FAA Region and State: December 3,995 -H Table 7 Estimated Active Helicopter Pilots by Class of Certificate: December 3, Table 8 Estimated Active Glider Pilots by Class of Certificate: December 3, Table 9 Estimated Instrument Ratings Held by Class of Certificate by FAA Region: December 3, Table 0 Estimated Instrument Ratings Held by Class of Certificate: December 3, Table Estimated Total Pilots and Instrument Rated Pilots: December 3, Table 2 Estimated Active Pilot Certificates Held by Category and Age Group of Holder: December 3, Table 3 Average Age of Active Pilots by Category: December3, Vll

7 II. NONPILOT CERTIFICATES HELD Table 4 Nonpilot Airmen Certificates Held by FAA Region and State December 3, 995: -23 Table 5 Women Nonpilot Airmen Certificates Held by FAA Region and State: December 3, HI. AIRMEN CERTIFICATES ISSUED Table 6 Airmen Certificates Issued by Category and Conductor: Table 7 Original Airmen Certificates Issued: Table 8 Additional Airmen Certificates Issued: Table 9 Original Airmen Certificates Approved/Disapproved by Category and Conductor: Table 20 Additional Airmen Certificates Approved/Disapproved by Category and Conductor: Table 2 Instrument Rating Issued: Table 22 Student Certificates Issued by Month: APPENDICES APPENDIX A ACTIVE PILOTS BY STATE AND COUNTY A-l ACTIVE PILOTS BY REGION A-52 APPENDK B NONPILOTS BY STATE AND COUNTY B-l NONPELOTS BY REGION B-56 Vlll

8 TABLE OF CONTENTS Ordering Information Statistics and Forecast Branch Publications Preface in IV ix ILLUSTRATIONS FAA REGIONAL BOUNDARIES TABLES xi I. ACTIVE PILOT CERTIFICATES HELD Table Estimated Active Airmen Certificates Held: December 3, Table 2 Estimated Active Women Airmen Certificates Held: December 3, Table 3 Estimated Active Pilot Certificates Held by Class of Certificate By FAA Regron: ^ December 3, 995 Table 4 Estimated Active Pilot Certificates Held by Class of Certificate: ^ December 3, Table 5 Estimated Active Pilots and Flight Instructors by FAA Region and State: ^ December 3, 995 Table 6 Estimated Active Women Pilots and Flight Instructors^ FAA Region and State: ^ December 3, 995 i Table 7 Estimated Active Helicopter Pilots by Class of Certificate: December 3, Table 8 Estimated Active Glider Pilots by Class of Certificate: December 3, Table 9 Estimated Instrument Ratings Held by Class of Certificate by FAA Regkm: ^_ December 3, 995 Table 0 Estimated instrument Ratings Held by Class of Certificate: December Table Estimated Total Pilots and Instrument Rated Pilots: December 3, Table 2 Estimated Acüve Pilot Certificates Held by Category and Age Group of Holder: ^ December 3, 995 Table 3 Average Age of Active Pilots by Category: December 3, ix

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10 TABLE ESTIMATED ACTIVE AIRMEN CERTIFICATES HELD DECEMBER 3, CATEGORY / 995 / Pilot-Total 709,8 699, ,00 702, , , , ,84 Student / 50,273 46,06 36,93 42,544 28,663 20,203 4,597 03,583 96,254 0,279 Recreational / N/A N/A N/A N/A Airplane 2/ Private 305, , , ,79 299, 293, , , ,236 26,399 Commercial 47,798 43,645 43,030 44,540 49,666 48,365 46,385 43,04 38,728 33,980 Airline Transport 87,86 9,287 96,968 02,087 07,732 2,67 5,855 7,070 7,434 23,877 Rotorcraft (only) 3/ 8,58 8,702 8,608 8,863 9,567 9,860 9,652 9,68 8,79 7,83 Glider (only ) 4,5/ 8,4 7,90 7,600 7,708 7,833 8,033 8,205 8,328 8,476,234 Lighter-than-air 5,6/,33,53,,089 6/ 6/ 6/ 6/ 6/ 6/ Flight Instructor Certificates 7/ 57,355 60,36 6,798 6,472 63,775 69,209 72,48 75,02 76,7 77,63 Instrument Ratings 7,8/ 262, ,22 273, , , ,93 306,69 305,57 302, ,798 Nonpilot-Total 40, , ,70 468, ,237 57, , ,726 57,358 65,34 Mechanic 9/ 284,24 297,78 32,49 326, , , ,669 40,060 4,07 405,294 Repair Men N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 6,233 Parachute Rigger 9/ 9,535 9,659 9,770 9,879 0,094 7,96 8,63 8,47 8,63,824 Ground Instructor 9/ 59,443 60,86 62,582 64,503 66,882 70,086 73,276 76,050 77,789 96,65 Dispatcher 9/ 9,025 9,49 0,020 0,455,002,607 2,264 2,883 3,40 5,642 Flight Navigator,52,445,400,357,290,225,54, Flight Engineer 46,323 49,328 52,59 55,968 58,687 60,236 6,022 60,277 59,467 60,267 / Category of certificate unknown. 2/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate. Prior to 995, these pilots were categorized as private, commercial, or airline transport, based on their airplane certificate. In 995 and after, they are categorized based on their highest certificate. For example, if a pilots holds a private airplane certificate and a commercial helicopter certificate prior 995, the pilot would be categorized as private; 995 and after as commercial. 3/ See table 7 for the total number of pilots with a helicopter certificate. 4/ See table 8 for the total number of pilots with a glider certificate. 5/ Glider and lighter-than-air pilots are not required to have a medical examination; however, the totals above represent pilots who received a medical examination within the last 25 months. 6/ Lighter-than-air type ratings are no longer being issued. 7/ Not included in total. 8/ Special ratings shown on pilot certificates, do not indicate additional certificates. 9/ Numbers represent all certificates on record. No medical examination required. 0/ 994 counts based on medical certificates issued 27 or less months ago. All other years based on medical certificates issued 25 or less months ago. / Beginning in 995, includes nonpilots who were excluded in prior years because of incomplete addresses and/or a request to be excluded from any mailing list. N/A Not available. Prior to 995 repairmen were included in the mechanic category. Recreational certificate first issued in

11 TABLE 2 ESTIMATED ACTIVE WOMEN AIRMEN CERTIFICATES HELD DECEMBER 3, CATEGORY / Pilot-Total ,578 42,299 42,366 40,55 40, ,460 39,57 38,032 Student / 8,899 8,367 7,529 7,637 5,007 4,50 3,92 2,788 2,06 2,70 Recreational / N/A N/A N/A N/A Airplane 2/ Private 7,532 7,349 7,544 6,988 7,30 7,54 7,276 6,997 7,96 5,398 Commercial 4,76 4,208 4,40 4,760 5,20 5,652 5,98 5,98 6,000 5,694 Airline Transport,334,538,745,898 2,082 2,308 2,530 2,738 2,924 3,34 Rotorcraft (only) N/A Glider (only) 3/ N/A Rotorcraft (only) & Glider ,080 Lighter-than-air 3,4/ / 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ Flight Instructor Certificates 5/ 2,687 2,909 3,08 3,074 3,239 3,629 3,964 4,338 4,48 4,556 Nonpilot Total 6,502 7,0 7,842 0,683 9,557 0,324,54 2, ,20 Mechanic 6/,964 2,237 2,565 2,892 3,333 3,90 4,398 4,839 5,75 3,94 Repair Men N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A,70 Parachute Rigger 6/ Ground Instructor 6/ 3,087 3,232 3,39 3,554 3,760 3,952 4,338 4,65 4,804 6,09 Dispatcher 6/ ,004,083,59,270 Flight Navigator Flight Engineer ,074,88,256,384,43,446,535 / Category of certificate unknown. 2/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate. Prior to 995, these pilots were categorized as private, commercial, or airline transport, based on their airplane certificate. In 995 and after, they are categorized based on their highest certificate. For example, if a pilot holds a private certificate and a commercial helicopter certificate, prior 995, the pilot would be categorized as private; 995 and after as commercial. 3/ Glider and lighter-than-air pilots are not required to have a medical examination; however, the totals above represent pilots who received a medical examination within the last 25 months. 4/ Lighter-than-air type ratings are no longer being issued. 5/ Not included in total. 6/ Numbers represent all certificates on record. No medical examination required. 7/ 994 counts based on medical certificates issued 27 or less months ago. All other years based on medical certificates issued 25 or less months ago. 8/ Beginning in 995, includes nonpilots who were excluded in prior years because of incomplete addresses and/or a request to be excluded from any mailing list. N/A Not available. Separate counts from rotorcraft only and glider only pilots no longer available. Number of Repair men not prior to 995. Recreational certificate first issued in

12 TABLE 3 BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE AND BY FAA REGION December 3, 995 Total-All Pilots Student 3/ Recreational 3/ Airplane 4/ Private --Total Great New Northwest South- Western- Outside CLASS OF CERTIFICATE Total / Alaskan Central Eastern Lakes England Mountain Southern west Pacific U.S. 2/ Private Airplane (only) Private Airplane, Private Glider Private Airplane, Private Gyroplane Private Airplane, Private Helicopter Private Airplane, Private Glider, Private Helicopter Private Airplane-other Commercial Total Commercial Airplane (only) Commercial Airplane, Private Glider Commercial Airplane, Commercial 639,84 0, , ,780 3,755 43, ,980,837, ,024, ,978 3, ,286, ,087 4,78 3 5,275 5, ,5 5, ,077 4, ,4 32, ,49 2, ,654 7, ,372 48, ,456 4, ,544 2, ,626 9, , ,90 8, ,785 4, ,034, ,864 27, ,597 Glider 3, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Airplane, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter 0, ,220, ,3 2,658,478, Commercial Airplane, Private Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane 3, Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Glider, Private Airplane Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane, Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Helicopter Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Glider Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Gyroplane Commercial-other Airline Transport Total 23,877,594 4,66 4,027 5,764 5,25 2,736 27,86 6,466 9,092 7, Airline Transport Airplane (only) 9,87,480 4,073 3,403 5,420 4,97 2,362 26,94 5,735 8,54 6,945 Airline Transport Airplane, Airline Transport Helicopter 2, Airline Transport Airplane-other, ,742 8, ,62 4, ,237 0, ,948 20, ,08 3, , ,68 42, ,944 6, ,439 3,528 5,273 5, ,578 8,

13 TABLE 3 BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE AND BY FAA REGION December 3, 995 Great New Northwest South- Western- Outside CLASS OF CERTIFICATE Total / Alaskan Central Eastern Lakes England Mountain Southern west Pacific U.S. 2/ Rotorcraft (only) 5/ -Total 7, ,45 765,422,47 Private Gyroplane Private Helicopter, Commercial Helicopter 4, , Commercial Helicopter, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Glider Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Airline Transport Helicopter Rotorcraft-other Glider only 6,7/ -Total, ,30, , , Private Glider 9,8 3 60,783, , , Glider-other 2, Commercial Glider Flight Instructor Certificates 8/ 77,63,034 3,723 0,504 3,209 3,430 7,790 4,069 9,409 2,65,830 Instrument Ratings 8,9/ 298,798 3,97 2,96 36,023 45,43 2,536 28,96 60,500 36,543 46,984 5,050 / Includes Outside U.S. total. 2/ Outside U.S. includes airmen certificate by the FAA who live outside the 50 states or foreign countries. Also includes those with unidentifiable addresses. 3/ Category of certificate unknown. 4/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate. Prior to 995, these pilots were categorized as private, commercial, or airline transport, based on their airplane certificate. In 995 and after, they are categorized based on their highest certificate. For example, if a pilot holds a a private certificate and a commercial helicopter certificate, prior 995, the pilot would be categorized as private; 995 and after as commercial. 5/ See table 7 for the total number of pilots with a helicopter certificate. 6/ See table 8 for the total number of pilots with a glider certificate. II Glider pilots are not required to have a medical examination; however, the totals above represent pilots who received a medical examination within the last 25 months. 8/ Not included in total. 9/ Special ratings shown on pilot certificates, do not indicate additional certificates. -6

14 TABLE 4 ESTIMATED ACTIVE PILOT CERTIFICATE HELD BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE DECEMBER 3, CLASS OF CERTIFICATE Total-All Pilots Student /--Total Recreational / Airplane 2/ Private -Total Private Airplane (only) Private Airplane, Private Glider Private Airplane, Commercial Glider Private Airplane, Private Gyroplane Private Airplane, Private Helicopter 639,84 0, , , ,088 96, , ,05 4, , ,069 03, , ,382 4, , ,959 4, , ,73 4, ,73 692,095 20, , ,047 4, , ,659 28, , 288,035 4, , ,00 42,544 NA 293,79 282,540 4, , ,06 36,93 NA 299, ,38 4, , ,653 46,06 NA 300, ,694 4, ,36 709,8 50,273 NA 305, ,607 4,44 Private Airplane, Private Glider, Private Helicopter Private Airplane, Commercial Helicopter 4,25 4,446 4,56 4,405 4,357 4,86 4,08 3,904 3,805 Private Airplane, Private Glider, Commercial Helicopter Private Airplane, Commercial Glider, Commercial Helicopter Private Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Helicopter Private Airplane-other Commercial Total Commercial Airplane (only) Commercial Airplane, Private Glider 9 33,980,837,898 0 N/A 38,728 9,95,968 7 N/A 43,04 23,967,976 2 N/A 46,385 26,797 2,055 N/A 48,365 28,207 2,072 2 N/A 49,666 28,628 2,08 2 N/A 44,540 23,62 2,057 2 N/A 43,030 2,89 2,063 2 N/A 43,645 2,934 2, ,288 N/A 47,798 25,235 2,48 Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider 3,406 3,558 3,560 3,630 3,645 3,776 3,685 3,703 3,777 3,983 Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Airplane, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter 0,647 2,054 2,303 2,767 3,36 4,036 4,085 4,346 4,778 5,335 Commercial Airplane, Private Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane 3,892 Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Private Glider 35 Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Commercial Glider 4 - Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane 9-7

15 TABLE 4 ESTIMATED ACTIVE PILOT CERTIFICATE HELD BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE DECEMBER 3, CLASS OF CERTIFICATE Commercial Glider, Private Airplane Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane 25 - Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Helicopter 8 Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Glider 2 Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Gyroplane Commercial Airplane-other 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Airline Transport --Total 23,877 7,434 7,070 5,855 2,67 07,732 02,087 96,968 9,287 87,86 Airline Transport Airplane (only) 9,87 5,200 4,863 3,692 0,3 05,830 00,37 95,282 89,694 85,74 Airline Transport Airplane, Airline Transport Helicopter 2,325 2,234 2,207 2,63 2,036,902,770,686,593,472 Airline Transport Airplane-other,735 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Rotorcraft (only) 3/-Total 7,83 8,79 9,68 9,652 9,860 9,567 8,863 8,608 8,702 8,58 Private Gyroplane Private Helicopter,845 2,046,933,97,864,572,264,43, Commercial Helicopter 4,762 6,60 6,684 7,99 7,469 7,524 7,6 6,997 7,228 7,230 Commercial Helicopter, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Glider Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Airline Transport Helicopter Rotorcraft-other 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Glider (only) 4,5/-Total,234 8,476 8,328 8,205 8,033 7,833 7,708 7,600 7,90 8,4 Private Glider 9,8 7,357 7,20 7,090 6,929 6,773 6,652 6,528 6,734 7,68 Commercial Glider 2,5,9,8,5,04,060,056,072,67,243 Glider-other N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Lighter-Than-Air 5,6/ 6/ 6/ 6/ 6/ 6/ 6/,089,,53,33 Flight Instructor Certificates 7/ 77,63 76,7 75,02 72,48 69,209 63,775 6,472 6,798 60,36 57,355 Instrument Ratings 7,8/ 298, , ,57 306,69 303,93 297, , , ,22 262,388 / Category of certificate unknown. 2/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate. Prior to 995, these pilots were categorized as private, commercial, or airline transport, based on their airplane certificate. In 995 and after, they are categorized based on their highest certificate. For example, if a pilot holds a a private certificate and a commercial helicopter certificate, prior 995, the pilot would be categorized as private; 995 and after as commercial, and/or glider certificate 3/ See table 7 for the total number of pilots with a helicopter certificate. 4/ See table 8 for the total number of pilots with a glider certificate. 5/ Glider and lighter-than-air pilots are not required to have a medical examination; however, the totals above represent pilots who received a medical examination within the last 25 months. 6/ Lighter-than-air type ratings are no longer being issued. 7/ Not included in total. 8/ Special ratings shown on pilot certificates, do not indicate additional certificates. N/A Not available. Recreational certificate first issued in

16 TABLE S ESTIMATED ACTIVE PILOTS AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS BY FAA REGION AND STATE DECEMBER 3, 995 Airplane 2/ Total Students / Airline Misc. 3/ Flight FAA REGION AND STATE Pilots Private Commercial Transport Instructor 4/ Total 5/ 639,84 0,279 26,399 33,980 23,877 8,649 77,63 United States-Total 6,078 97,33 255,508 24,98 6,289 7,67 75,533 Alaskan Region-Total 9,024,064 3, ,594 02,034 Central Region-Total 3,087 4,78 5,275 6,5 4, ,723 Iowa 6, ,470, Kansas 8,739,34 4,253,96,03 26,032 Missouri,568,753 5,378 2,246 2,003 88,454 Nebraska 4, ,74, Eastern Region-Total 80,077 4,455 33,4 5,49 4,027 2,963 0,504 Delaware, District of Columbia Maryland 8,898,57 3,838,725,54 304,74 New Jersey 2,399 2,89 5,265 2,83 2, ,592 New York 9,993 4,049 8,57 3,788 2,509,076 2,52 Pennsylvania 9,449 3,328 8,253 3,648 3, ,665 Virginia 4,446 2,46 5,64 3,8 3, ,953 West Virginia 2,37 472, Armed Forces 6/ Great Lakes Region-Total 05,654 7,909 49,372 20,742 5,764,867 3,209 Illinois 22,999 3,877 9,937 4,47 4, ,8 Indiana 2,04 2,98 5,808 2,35,545 75,447 Michigan 8,906 3,538 9,98 3,429 2, ,264 Minnesota 5,377 2,246 6,907 3,257 2,782 85,933 North Dakota 2,88 38, Ohio 9,642 3,32 9,233 3,722 2, ,486 South Dakota 2, , Wisconsin,609 2,002 5,932 2,047,524 04,377 New England Region-Total 28,456 4,647 2,544 5,62 5, ,430 Connecticut 7,92,063 3,000,202, Maine 3, , Massachusetts 0, New Hampshire 4, , , Rhode Island, Vermont, Northwest Mountain Region-Total , ,237 2,736,86 7,790 Colorado 6,82 2,338 6,079 3,508 4, ,425 Idaho 4, , Montana 3, , Oregon 0,247,756 5,084 2,092, , Utah 6,035,20 2,438,080, Washington 2,344 3,2 8,459 4,26 4, ,535 Wyoming,

17 TABLE 5 ESTIMATED ACTIVE PILOTS AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS BY FAA REGION AND STATE DECEMBER 3, 995 Airplane 2/ Total Students / Airline Misc. 3/ Flight FAA REGION AND STATE Pilots Private Commercial Transport Instructor 4/ Southern Region-Total 4,25 7,624 42,207 24,578 27,434 2,372 3,852 Alabama 8,077,433 3,229 2, Florida 45,637 6,536 6,223 0,550, ,969 Georgia 7,455 2,550 5,865 3,308 5,44 38,873 Kentucky 6,389,080 2,467,086, Mississippi 4,35 755,57, North Carolina 4,222 2,24 5,798 2,776 3,45 289,594 South Carolina 6,67,6 2,573, Tennessee 2,065,928 4,462 2,252 3,69 254,52 Armed Forces 6/ Southwest Region-Total 73,034,030 27,864 6,08 6,466,593 9,409 Arkansas 5, ,303, Louisiana 6,449,02 2,364,736, New Mexico 4, ,940, Oklahoma 9,254,683 4,82 2,096,87 06,247 Texas 47,33 6,7 7,075 9,737 2,758,050 6,44 Western-Pacific Region-Total 04,343 5,844 44,20 20,89 8,976 4,52 2,58 Arizona 5,662 2,490 5,8 3,332 3, ,245 California 79,590 2,086 35,492 5,667 2,80 3,544 9,9 Hawaii 2, Nevada 5, ,053,25, Armed Forces 6/ Unknown Outside U.S. -Total 7/ 28,06 4, ,999 7,588,482 2,080 Other U. S. Areas: 2, American Samoa Canal Zone 0 Guam Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands U.S. Territories / Category of certificate unknown. 2/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate 3/ Includes helicopter, glider, and recreational. 4/ Not included in total. 5/ Includes Outside U.S. 6/ Military personnel holding civilian certificate stationed in foreign country. 7/ Outside U.S. includes Other U.S. Areas outside of the 50 states and foreign countries. -0

18 TABLE 6 ESTIMATED ACTIVE WOMEN PILOTS AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS BY FAA REGION AND STATE DECEMBER 3, 995 Airplane 2/ Total Students / Airline Misc. 3/ Flight FAA REGION AND STATE Pilots Private Commercial Transport Instructor 4/ Total 5/ 38,032 2,70 5,398 5,694 3,34,096 4,556 United States-Total 36,928 2,379 5,008 5,447 3,056,038 4,47 Alaskan Region-Total Central Region-Total, Iowa Kansas Missouri Nebraska Eastern Region-Total 5,022,824, Delaware District of Columbia Maryland New Jersey New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia West Virginia Armed Forces 6/ Great Lakes Region-Total 6,555 2,349 2,638, Illinois, Indiana Michigan, Minnesota North Dakota Ohio, South Dakota Wisconsin New England Region-Total, Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont Northwest Mountain Region-Total 4, , Colorado, Idaho Montana Oregon Utah Washington, Wyoming

19 TABLE 6 ESTIMATED ACTIVE WOMEN PILOTS AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS BY FAA REGION AND STATE DECEMBER 3, 995 Airplane 2/ Total Students / Airline Misc. 3/ Flight FAA REGION AND STATE Pilots Private Commercial Transport Instructor 4/ Southern Region-Total ,045 2, Alabama Florida 2, , Georgia Kentucky Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Armed Forces 6/ Southwest Region-Total 3,783,329, Arkansas Louisiana New Mexico Oklahoma Texas 2, , Western-Pacific Region-Total 7,56 2,08 3,02, Arizona, California 5,463,634 2, Hawaii Nevada Armed Forces 6/ Unknown Outside U. S. -Total 7/, Other U. S. Areas: American Samoa Guam Puerto Rico Virgin Islands U. S. Territories / Category of certificate unknown. 2/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate 3/ Includes helicopter, glider, and recreational. 4/ Not included in total. 5/ Includes Outside U.S. 6/ Military personnel holding civilian certificate stationed in foreign country. 7/ Outside U.S. includes Other U.S. Areas outside of the 50 states and foreign countries. -2

20 TABLE 7 ESTIMATED ACTIVE HELICOPTER PILOTS BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE DECEMBER 3, CLASS OF CERTIFICATE TOTAL 27,99 30,448 3,270 32,58 32,605 32,74 3,602 3,349 3,53 3,697 Private-Total 4,244 4,50 4,328 4,88 4,097 3,640 3,76 2,962 2,72 2,539 Private Helicopter,845 2,046,933,97,864,572,264,43, Private Helicopter, Private Airplane,757,835,792,73,722,592,459,392,36,288 Private Helicopter, Private Airplane, Private Glider Private Helicopter, Commercial Airplane Private Helicopter, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider Private Gyroplane Private Gyroplane, Private Airplane Commercial-Total 20,092 23,22 24,26 25,299 25,972 26,750 26, ,766 27,25 Commercial Helicopter 4,762 6,60 6,684 7,99 7,469 7,524 7,6 6,997 7,228 7,230 Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane 3,892 4,25 4,446 4,56 4,405 4,357 4,86 4,08 3,904 3,805 Commercial Helicopter, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Airplane 0,647 2,054 2,303 2,767 3,36 4,036 4,085 4,346 4,778 5,335 Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Airplane, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Airplane Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider Airline Transport-Total 2,863 2,77 2,726 2,67 2,536 2,35 2,23 2,26 2,026,907 Airline Transport Helicopter Airline Transport Helicopter, Airline Transport Airplane 2,325 2,234 2,207 2,63 2,036,902,770,686,593,472-3

21 TABLE 8 ESTIMATED ACTIVE GLIDER PILOTS BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE DECEMBER 3, CLASS OF CERTIFICATE Total 2,72 9,80 9,6 9,639 9,570 9,546 9,49 9,095 9,530 20,355 Private Total 6,067 3,629 3,460 3,434 3,370 3,268 3,006 2,899 3,58 3,702 Private Glider 9,8 7,357 7,20 7,090 6,929 6,773 6,652 6,528 6,734 7,68 Private Glider, Private Airplane 3,776 4,039 4,04 4,030 4,3 4,44 4,049 4,059 4,05 4,44 Private Glider, Private Airplane, Private Helicopter Private Glider, Private Airplane, Commercial Helicopter Private Glider, Commercial Airplane,898,968,976 2,055 2,072 2,08 2,057 2,063 2,070 2,48 Private Glider, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter Private Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial-Total 6,664 6,72 6,5 6,205 6,200 6,278 6,43 6,96 6,372 6,653 Commercial Glider 2,6,9,8,5,04,060,056,072,67,243 Commercial Glider, Commercial Airplane 3,406 3,558 3,560 3,630 3,645 3,776 3,685 3,703 3,777 3,983 Commercial Glider, Private Airplane Commercial Glider, Private Airplane, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Glider, Commercial Airplane, Private Helicopter Commercial Glider, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Glider, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Glider, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Helicopter

22 TABLE 9 ESTIMATED INSTRUMENT RATINGS HELD BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE BY FAA REGION DECEMBER Great New Northwest South- Western- Outside Class of Certificate Total / Alaskan Central Eastern Lakes England Mountain Southern west Pacific U.S. 2/ Total-All Pilots 298,798 3,97 2,96 36,023 45,43 2,536 28,96 60,500 36,543 46,984 5,050 Airplane Private Total 54, ,996 7,474 0,698 2,78 4,493 9,504 5,697 9, Private Airplane (only) 52, ,936 7,28 0,43 2,626 4,328 9,25 5,59 9, Private Airplane, Private Glider, Private Airplane, Private Gyroplane Private Airplane, Private Helicopter Private Airplane, Private Glider, Private Helicopter Private Airplane-other Commercial Total 7,32,943 5,65 4,07 8,698 4,588,404 22,79 3,856 7,929 7,002 Commercial Airplane (only) 99,28,648 4,779,753 6,625 3,905 9,460 8,005,66 4,769 6,658 Commercial Airplane, Private Glider, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider 2, Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Airplane, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter 9, , ,485,330, Commercial Airplane, Private Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane 2, Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplan Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplan Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplan Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Glider, Private Airplane Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane, Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Helicopter Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Glider Commercial-other

23 TABLE 9 ESTIMATED INSTRUMENT RATINGS HELD BY CLASS OF CERTIFICATE BY FAA REGION DECEMBER Great New Northwest South- Western- Outside Class of Certificate Total / Alaskan Central Eastern Lakes England Mountain Southern west Pacific U.S. 2/ Airline Transport Total 23,877,594 4,66 4,027 5,764 5,25 2,736 27,86 6,466 9,092 7,09 Airline Transport Airplane (only) 9,87,480 4,073 3,403 5,420 4,97 2,362 26,94 5,735 8,54 6,945 Airline Transport Airplane, Airline Transport Helicopter 2, Airline Transport Airplane-other, Rotorcraft (only)--total 3, , Private Helicopter Commercial Helicopter 2, Commercial Helicopter, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Glider Commercial Gyroplane 0 Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Airline Transport Helicopter Other / Includes Outside U.S. total. 2/ Outside U.S. includes airmen certificated by FAA who live outside the 50 states or foreign countries. -6

24 TABLE 0 ESTIMATED INSTRUMENT RATINGS HELD DECEMBER 3, Class of Certificate Total-All Pilots 262, ,22 273, , , ,93 306,69 305,57 302, ,798 Airplane / Private Total Private Airplane (only) Private Airplane, Private Glider Private Airplane, Commercial Glider Private Airplane, Private Helicopter 45,672 4, ,746 43, ,38 45,36, ,067 46,859, ,920 49,550, ,557 5,25, ,99 5,753, ,98 52,692, ,594 53,67, ,23 52,499,8 555 Private Airplane, Private Glider, Private Helicopter Private Airplane, Commercial Helicopter 2,302 2,385 2,537 2,606 2,683 2,594 2,688 2,693 2, Private Airplane, Private Gyroplane Private Airplane, Private Glider, Commercial Helicopter Private Airplane, Commercial Glider, Commercial Helicopter Private Airplane, Other Commercial Total Commercial Airplane (only) Commercial Airplane, Private Glider 2 23,559 03,93, ,072 02,07, ,674 02,982, ,908 05,402, ,426 0,79, ,774,835, ,828,350, ,493 09,442, ,924 06,047 Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider 3,227 3,098 3,033 3,037 3,4 3,048 3,036 3,02 3,02 2,92 Commercial Airplane, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Helicopter 3,624 3,250 2,9 2,708 2,76 2,079,62,220,0 9,662 Commercial Airplane, Private Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Commercial Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial, ,32 Helicopter, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Airplane, Commercial Glider, Private Helicopter Commercial Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane, Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane ,407 Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Private Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Commercial Glider Commercial Helicopter, Private Airplane, Commercial Gyroplane Commercial Glider, Private Airplane Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane ,28,680-7

25 TABLE 0 ESTIMATED INSTRUMENT RATINGS HELD DECEMBER 3, Class of Certificate Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Helicopter 2 Commercial Balloon, Private Airplane Private Glider 8 Commercial Airplane-other Airline Transport Total Airline Transport Airplane (only) 87,86 85,74 9,287 89,694 96,968 95,282 02,087 00,37 07,732 05,830 2,67 0,3 5,855 3,692 7,070 4,863 7,434 5, ,877 9,87 Airline Transport Airplane, Airline Transport Helicopter,472,593,686,770,902 2,036 2,63 2,207 2,234 2,325 Airline Transport-other Rotorcraft (only)-total 5,97 6,07 5,78 5,742 5,995 5,695 5,287 4,756 4,347 Private Helicopter (only) Commercial Helicopter (only) 5,873 5,927 5,695 5,660 5,923 5,624 5,24 4,689 4,286 Commercial Helicopter, Private glider 2 Commercial Helicopter, Commercial glider 2 Commercial Helicopter, Commercial Gyrocopter Airline Transport Helicopter (only) Rotorcraft (only) ,735 3,387 2,

26 TABLE ESTIMATED TOTAL PILOTS AND INSTRUMENT RATED PILOTS DECEMBER 3, Instrument Rated Pilots Calendar Total Percent Year Number / Number of Total , ,798 56% , ,300 54% , ,57 54% ,75 306,69 54% 99 57,73 303,93 53% , ,073 52% , ,804 5% ,03 273,804 49% , ,22 48% , ,388 47% / Excludes student and recreational pilots. -9

27 TABLE 2 ESTIMATED ACTIVE PILOT CERTIFICATES HELD BY CATEGORY AND AGE GROUP OF HOLDER As of December 3, 995 Type of Pilot Certificates Flight Instructor 4/ Age Group Airplane 2/ Total Student Recre- Private Commercial Airline Rotorcraft Glider ational / Transport (Only) (Only) 3/ Total 639,84 0, ,399 33,980 23,877 7,83,234 77, ,36 0,68 4 3, ,395 4, ,748 9, , ,89 4, ,6 8,09 5,637,007 39, ,66 4, ,99 6,86 5,40, , ,337 3, ,402 4,476 2,002,25,79 9, ,005, ,92 3,844 9,545,088,78 9, ,70 8, ,924 5,44 2,785,27,79 9, ,497 5, ,08 4,20 7,43 56,7 7, ,240 2, ,86 0,706 2, , ,45,905 6,036 8,79 6, , ,796, ,655 5,645 2, , , ,76 4,89, , , ,35, and over, / Category of certificate unknown. 2/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate 3/ Glider pilots are not required to have a medical examination; however, totals above represent pilots who received a medical examination. 4/ Not included in total active pilots. TABLE 3 AVERAGE AGE OF ACTIVE PILOTS BY CATEGORY DECEMBER 3, Calendar Year Type of Pilot Certificates Airplane 3/ Private Commercial Airline Transport Total / Student 2 Recreational 2/ N/A N/A N/A N/A / Includes helicopter (only) and glider (only) not shown separately. 2/ Category of certificate unknown. 3/ Includes pilots with an airplane only certificate. Also includes those with an airplane and a helicopter and/or glider certificate N/A Not available. Recreational certiticate first issued in

28 NONPILOT CERTIFICATES HELD -2

29 TABLE 4 NONPILOT AIRMEN CERTIFICATES HELD BY FAA REGION AND STATE DECEMBER 3, 995 / Total Nonpilot Mechanic Repair Parachute Ground Dispatcher Flight Flight FAA REGION AND STATE Airmen Men Rigger Instructor Navigator Engineer Total 2/ ,294 6,233,824 96,65 5, ,267 United States-Total 624,25 386,78 60,845,593 93,44 2, Alaskan Region-Total , Central Region-Total 30,542 20,038 3, , ,446 Iowa 3,930 2, Kansas 8,589 5,28,579 26, Missouri 5,86 0, , Nebraska 2,837, Eastern Region-Total 90,257 60,62 6,223,922 2,954 2, ,004 Delaware,638, District of Columbia Maryland 5,962 3, , New Jersey 3,909 9, , ,86 New York 33,797 24,53 2, ,003, Pennsylvania 2,772 4,644, , ,430 Virginia 0,97 5, , ,496 West Virginia, Armed Forces 3/ Great Lakes Region-Total 84,245 50,736 8,586,473 4,233, ,522 Illinois 2,435 2,99, , ,538 Indiana 9,78 5,942,84 220, Michigan 3,274 7,700, , Minnesota 4,566 9,239,08 66, ,7 North Dakota,548, Ohio 5,633 9,039 2, , ,025 South Dakota, Wisconsin 6,646 3, , New England Region-Total 26,0 5, , ,55 Connecticut 7,554 4,007, Maine,922, Massachusetts,53 8, , New Hampshire 2,970, Rhode Island, Vermont Northwest Mountain Region-Total 55, ,598,69 8, ,494 Colorado 6,25 9, , ,850 Idaho 2,648, Montana 2,798, Oregon 6,309 3, , Utah 4,334 2, Washington 2,739 2,760, , ,07 Wyoming,669,

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