Safety Reporting

Fly EPT has a 'non-punitive' safety reporting policy.  

We promote a no blame, just culture

ANYONE is encouraged to report ANYTHING about ANY subject that they believe represents a safety risk.

Our Safety Policy Statement


Voluntary Reporting of Safety events

Everyone is encouraged to utilize the voluntary reporting system in order to voluntarily report safety information that may be critical to identify potential hazards.

Voluntary safety reports are confidential, non-punitive and can be filed anonymously.

The objective of voluntary reporting is to enhance aviation safety through the collection of reports on actual or potential safety deficiencies that would otherwise not be captured by mandatory reporting systems.

You should submit an aviation safety report if, while at the airport or operating a Fly EPT Spain aircraft, you:

  • Have witnessed or were involved in a reported or unreported occurrence, incident or accident
  • Have information related to safety hazards.
  • Know of an unsafe situation(s)


What is a safety event?

A reportable safety event in relation to an aircraft means:

"An incident which endangers or which, if not corrected, would endanger an aircraft, its occupants or any other person"

What is an Occurrence?

‘Occurrence’ means any safety-related event which endangers or which, if not corrected or addressed, could endanger an aircraft, its occupants or any other person and includes in particular an accident or serious incident.  


Occurrence Report Form

If you would like to report any Safety concerns you encounter airside at the airport, or while operating the aircraft, please fill in a an Occurrence Report Form and email to:  

Email:  CFI@flyEPTspain.com


Air Safety Report (ASR) Form

To report any safety-related incident involving general operation of the aircraft, use an Air Safety Reports (ASR).

ASR's are often used specifically to report:

  • Near-misses;
  • Evasive action taken;
  • Bird strikes
  • Airspace incidents/ infringements; and
  • Other basic environmental information


Mandatory Occurrence Reports

While we have a voluntary reporting scheme, there are, however, some events that MUST be reported by law to the competent authority within 72 hours of the occurrence taking place.

The following is a list of examples of occurrences that MUST be reported immediately by licenced pilots.


The Fly EPT Safety team will forward voluntary report forms and, if considered relevant, all mandatory occurrence report forms to EASA

EASA Occurrence Report Form

Send form by e-mail to report@easa.europa.eu

EASA Aviation Safety Reporting Website

To Report an Occurrence to EASA

Here, you can Report an Occurrence to EASA by using the European ECCAIRS2 Aviation Reporting Portal


To Report an Occurrence to Civil Aviation Authority (AESA) in SPAIN

Here you can submit an occurrence report to AESA, Spain's civil aviation authority

You can download an AESA Occurrence Report Form here

Email completed form to:  sucesos.aesa@seguridadaerea.es

Telephone: +34 91 396 84 14 or +34 91 301 98 96 Ext. 19579 

More details about AESA's occurrence reporting system (SNS in Spanish) can be found here



Emergency

Who to call


Maritime Search and Rescue (SAR)

MRCC Palma Majorca website

Telephone:

+34 971 724 562 

+34 900 202202 

Email:  palma@sasemar.es

Coastguard specific number: 900 202 202 

Spanish Coastguard - Salvamento Maritimo website - Sociedad de Salvamento y Seguridad Marítima


Emergency

In event of an emergency you can call:

European / Mallorca Emergency number:  112

Police Palma de Mallorca:   +34 971 22 52 00



Safety Promotion

AESA Spain

Safety Promotion from Spain's AESA here

Further information material from AESA's safety promotion here

EASA

EASA publishes General Aviation (GA) Safety material here

SKYbrary portal here