I enjoyed “Return of the Ramp Check” (Point of Law, February 2012). One thing, of which I'm sure you're aware, but was not mentioned in the article is the requirement to carry and present an FAA Authorization for Special Issuance of a Medical Certification (if issued one). An Inspector will not ask for it during a ramp check (as he/she probably will not be aware of its existence); however, if the pilot does not present it to the Inspector during a ramp check, it will not be noted in the ...


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