|The identification number of the event report.
|EVENT LOCAL DATE
|The local date the event occurred.
|EVENT LOCAL TIME
|The local time of the event, expressed in 24-hour clock format.
|ASIAS STANDARD LOCATION CITY NAME
|The standardized name for the closest city/place with a U.S. Postal zip code within the state where the event occurred.
|ASIAS STANDARD LOCATION STATE CODE
|The standardized code for the state, territory, or foreign location where the event occurred. See Business Rules below for the U.S. code standards and Foreign codes and descriptions.
|ASIAS STANDARD AIRPORT NAME
|The standardized name for the airport associated with the event location.
NOTE: The ASIAS standard airport name is taken directly from the National Flight Data Center (NFDC) landing facilities airport name. A value for an airport will appear on the r
|EVENT TYPE CODE
|The type of event and flight operation involved.
|EVENT MID AIR CODE
|The number of aircraft involved in the event.
|AIRCRAFT DAMAGE CODE
|The aircraft damage as a result of the event.
|FLIGHT PHASE CODE
|The phase of operation of the flight at the time of the event.
|AIRFRAME TIME TOTAL HOURS QUANTITY
|Indicates the total operating hours on the airframe.
NOTE: Derived from maintenance records, flight records, or best source available.
|ASIAS AIRCRAFT MAKE STANDARD
|ASIAS's standardized name for the make (manufacturer) of the aircraft involved in the event.
|ASIAS MODEL NAME STANDARD
|ASIAS's standardized model description of the aircraft involved in the event.
|ASIAS AIRCRAFT SERIES NAME STANDARD
|ASIAS's standardized code for the series number of the aircraft involved in the event.
|ASIAS STANDARD OPERATOR NAME
|The ASIAS standard for the name of the operator.
|FLIGHT TYPE PRIMARY CODE
|The primary type of use for the aircraft at the time of the event.
|FLIGHT TYPE SECONDARY CODE
|The secondary type of use for the aircraft at the time of the event.
|FLIGHT CONDUCT CODE
|The code for the Federal Aviation Regulation under which the aircraft flight was conducted.
|The unique, official registration number of the airplane.
NOTE: For U.S. registered aircraft, the leading "N" is dropped in this database.
|TOTAL ABOARD QUANTITY
|The total number of people aboard the aircraft at the time of the event, including crew, pilots, and passengers.
|TOTAL FATAL INJURIES INVOLVED QUANTITY
|The total number of fatal injuries of all involved in the event.
|TOTAL INJURIES INVOLVED NON FATAL
|The total number of non-fatal injuries of all involved in the event.
|LANDING GEAR CODE
|The type of landing gear on the aircraft involved in the event.
|AIRCRAFT WEIGHT CLASS CODE
|Indicates the certified takeoff weight of the aircraft in pounds.
|ENGINE MAKE NAME
|The engine make (manufacturer) of the aircraft involved in the event.
|AIRCRAFT ENGINE MODEL NAME
|The engine model/series as indicated on the engine installed in the aircraft at the time of the event.
|ENGINE GROUP MAKE MODEL CODE
|The group code of the engine of the aircraft involved in the event.
|AIRCRAFT ENGINE COUNT QUANTITY
|The number of engines on the aircraft.
|AIRCRAFT ENGINE TYPE CODE
|The code indicating the type of engine installed on the aircraft.
|FLIGHT CONDITION PRIMARY CODE
|The code for the flight condition under which the aircraft was operating at the time of the event.
|FLIGHT CONDUCT SECONDARY CODE
|The secondary flying condition the aircraft encountered at the time of the event.
|WEATHER WIND DIRECTION DEGREES MEASUREMENT
|The wind direction at the time of the event.
|WEATHER WIND SPEED MPH MEASUREMENT
|The average wind speed at the time of the event, in miles per hour.
|WEATHER VISIBILITY CODE
|The visibility at the site at the time of the event, measured in statute miles. See Business Rules for valid field values.
|WEATHER VISIBILITY RESTRICTION CODE
|The weather visibilty restriction for the site at the time of the event.
|WEATHER CONDITION LIGHT CODE
|The lighting condition at the time of the event.
|FLIGHT PLAN FILED CODE
|The type of flight plan filed.
|APPROACH TYPE CODE
|The type of approach flown to provide final approach course alignment.
|PILOT IN COMMAND CERTIFICATION TYPE CODE
|The certification that the pilot in command holds.
|PILOT IN COMMAND RATING CODE
|The rating held by the pilot in command at the time of the event.
|PILOT IN COMMAND QUALIFICATION CODE
|The pilot in command's qualification currency at the time of the event.
|PILOT IN COMMAND FLIGHT TIME TOTAL HOURS QUANTITY
|The total flight time, in whole hours, by the pilot in command in all aircraft.
|PILOT IN COMMAND FLIGHT TIME TOTAL MAKE MODEL HOURS
|The total pilot time, in whole hours, of the pilot in command in the make and model aircraft involved in the event.
|PILOT IN COMMAND FLIGHT TIME LAST 90 DAYS HOURS
|The total flight time, in whole hours, of the pilot in command in all aircraft during the last 90 days.
|PILOT IN COMMAND FLIGHT TIME LAST 90 DAYS MAKE MODEL HOURS
|The pilot's total pilot in command time, in whole hours, in the last 90 days in the make and model aircraft involved in the event.
|Remarks concerning the event.