The long-standing requirement  for non-professional pilots to hold at least a third class medical could be coming to an end. Two years ago the Experimental Aircraft Association together with the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association petitioned the FAA to exempt recreational pilots from the requirement, and the agency responded this past April that it would consider rulemaking to substitute a driver’s license in place of a medical certificate. That process is advancing. Speaking ...


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