FAA Eases General Aviation Medical Process

Credit: Aviation Week
WASHINGTON—The FAA has issued new rules that make it easier and cheaper for general aviation pilots to gain required medical certifications to fly. The so-called “third-class medical” reform is largely a codification of the language Congress included in the FAA Extension, Safety and Security Act of...

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