Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association last week asked the Federal Aviation Administration to continue to approve petitions for exemption for certain charity flights from drug and alcohol testing requirements on a case-by-case basis even though FAA offered a blanket exemption for the groups. AOPA acknowledged that FAA granted the association's petition for the blanket exemption (BA, July 12/14), but told the agency, "The conditions and limitations ...

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