Section 7. Reports
submit monthly reports to the appropriate Service Area office by the
5th day of the following month. Distribution must be made in
accordance with appropriate instructions.
personnel are responsible for reporting delays of 15 minutes or more
that occur in facilities or airspace under their control. The cause of
the delay, as well as the type aircraft involved (commercial, air
taxi, general aviation, or military), and the duration of the delay
must be included in the daily reporting system. The air traffic
operations network (OPSNET) is utilized for the purpose of submitting
these reports electronically, as well as receiving summary reports and
information from System Operations in FAA Headquarters. For more
detailed information on OPSNET reporting policies and procedures,
consult FAAO JO 7210.55, Operational Data Reporting
The ATCSCC is
the focal point for collecting information relating to operational
system impacts; for example, NAVAID/radar shutdowns, runway closures,
landline/frequency outages, or any system event that has the potential
to create an operational impact in the NAS.
all air traffic facilities must follow procedures and responsibilities
in Paragraph 17-5-13, Electronic System Impact Reports. This process
streamlines reporting and disseminating information that has an impact
within the NAS.
does not eliminate, or in any way alter, current operational
error/deviation or accident/incident reporting procedures with Safety
Investigations, regional operations centers, and FAA Operations Center
as set forth in this order, FAAO 8020.11, Aircraft Accident and
Incident Notification, Investigation, and Reporting, and other
4-7-4. UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT (UFO) REPORTS
wanting to report UFO/unexplained phenomena activity should contact a
UFO/ unexplained phenomena reporting data collection center, such as
the National UFO
Reporting Center, etc.
concern is expressed that life or property might be endangered, report
the activity to the local law enforcement department.