While the number of aviation accidents directly linked to drug impairment has not increased, the National Transportation Safety Board sees enough evidence of pilot use that the agency is recommending that FAA provide better information about potentially impairing drugs and clearer policy on marijuana use. The safety board is also seeking new reporting requirements for pilots without medical certificates to better track the effects of drug use on aviation safety. This recommendation, which ...


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