The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association is working with the Experimental Aircraft Association to develop a health education training program as part of an effort to obtain an FAA exemption to replace current third-class medical certificate requirements with a driver’s license medical standard for recreational pilots. AOPA and EAA last month jointly announced plans for the petition as part of an overall drive to encourage an expansion of recreational flying. The initiative is the ...
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