LOCAL PILOT VS FOREIGN PILOT (METHODOLOGICAL RESEARCH)


GROUP 3

APSADA JUHRI (224110131)  LEADER

Rio Hafiz Al Caesar (224110079)

Indria Ulufi (224110199)

Feli Ervina (224110180)

METHODS
We make this task begins with an introduction that contains the reason why we chose this theme “Local Pilot vs. Pilot Import ‘as material that will be thorough. Then, we make a theoretical foundation upon themes that we specify.
Survey our group is the “Local Pilot vs. Pilot Import”. How many people are aware of the foreign pilots who started in the business aviation community in Indonesia as well as feedback on the services provided by foreign pilots as well as pilots from Indonesia.
The method we use is a descriptive analysis method via surveys to look at people’s perceptions about the theme that we specify. Our survey consisted of an online survey and the survey offline (manual). We have 20 questions on “Local Pilot vs. Pilot Import”. Our survey contains the identity of the respondent, the respondent’s perception of the pilots and foreign pilots from Indonesia, the response of the public regarding the open sky, and the readiness of Indonesia in mengahadapinya.
In the case of an online survey, we distributed the survey via social networks like facebook, twitter, and blogs. Target respondents of the survey were at least 30 respondents. Then, we also conducted the survey offline. In this offline surveys, this survey we deploy manually. Our respondents are lecturers who are experts in bidangnnya STMT, we give priority to teachers who have been using air transportation in the form of aircraft.
The studies with this method, we expect the research we do to achieve predetermined targets.

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