Sen. James Inhofe’s (R-Okla.) quest to provide pilots with a stronger ability to defend themselves against enforcement actions took a step forward with the June 29 U.S. Senate passage of the “Pilots Bill of Rights.” The bill, S.1335, requires the FAA to present a pilot all relevant evidence in an enforcement action within 30 days and removes the “special statutory deference” as it relates to the National Transportation Safety Board appeals of FAA actions against airmen. Inhofe, a ...


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