This survey is for pilots of single engine land aircraft. It is part of my Master’s of Aerospace Safety degree program, is not for profit, no names or emails will be sold, used or associated with any of the responses. It is an attempt to associate risk management behavior, attitudes and beliefs with the relatively new technology of airframe parachutes.
This should take no more than 5 mins, just click on the https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3HWDCKW link. I expect to stop/complete the survey early on Wednesday, Aug 3 in order to meet asignment deadline.
I assume if you are on this forum you understand the Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) and it will be used interchangeably with Ballistic Recovery System (BRS) and airframe parachute.
There are no “right” or “wrong” answers and in no case is the answer meant to be a violation of FARs. Example, “would you operate in adverse weather?” means weather at or approaching the worst YOU are certified to operate in. i.e not busting mins. It is assumed you are going to operate legally at all times. I need responses from pilots of all experience levels, with and without BRS/CAPS experience. There are 22 multiple choice questions, please choose the closest answer to your opinion and answer truthfully.
Thank you for your time and assistance.