Rusty pilots and dormant aircraft can be problematic, presenting an increased risk to aviation safety/
Fees jumped from 29% to 54% to make up the shortfall caused by the pandemic.
"Aviators are looking for this guidance as businesses begin reopening and flight operations resume."
What you need to know before you takeoff.
The Slimline kneeboards "offer a compact design for cockpits where space is at a premium."
"This database of information should make it easier for pilots to decide whether they can fly or not.”
Drug use — including marijuana — by pilots has climbed over the last five years.
"The project helps to ensure this unique backcountry airstrip remains in service by improving safety."
The FAA will not take enforcement action against pilots who fly with medical certificates that expire between March 31 and June 30.
With life on hold, the clock continues to tick down toward the dates when pilots’ practical test and knowledge-test eligibility ends, currency or instrument proficiency runs out, and flight instructor certificates expire.