Subject: Survey of Indonesian professional pilots, who are registered under IPI, flying in the aviation industry operating in Indonesia

I, Agus Pramono, an Indonesian-government scholarship awardee, am a postgraduate student of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) School of Aviation would like to invite you as the President of IPI and all others pilot who are registered under IPI to participate in a brief survey.

The survey is a part of a research project focusing on Indonesian and Australian professional pilots’ safety attitudes associated with cockpit resource management (CRM), culture-safety attitudes and contributing factors to the incidents. The results of this survey will expand on understanding of the relevant factors from the point of view of Indonesian pilots. The survey is confidential, anonymous and very brief, taking less than 20 minutes to complete. Please click the link below to go to the survey (or copy and paste the link into your IPI website so that all pilots have access to participate to the survey).

Survey link:

The survey will be effectively opened for three weeks, starting from Tuesday, May 29th and will be closing on Tuesday, June 19th, 2018.

Participation in the survey is completely voluntary and anonymous. All responses will be kept confidential and no personally identifiable information collected will be made available to any airline or representatives of airline management.

We would very much appreciate it if you could please make the survey link available to all your members either by email, on your website and newsletters.

The University New South Wales (UNSW) ethics committee has approved this survey. Should you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact me at or +61452379757.

Thank you very much for your time and cooperation. Feedback from you and the pilot members of IPI is very important to our study which we hope will ultimately help improve aviation safety in Indonesia. Please let me know if you have any questions or require further information.


Kind regards,

The researchers team

Agus Pramono, Prof. Jason Middleton and Dr. Carlo Caponecchia

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