New ‘Pilot’s Bill of Rights’ Expands Medical Reform, Adds Other Provisions

Bipartisan legislation called the Pilot’s Bill of Rights II would expand the third-class medical exemption to recreational pilots along with pilot and airmen protections was introduced Feb. 25 in both the House and Senate. The bill builds on the original Pilot’s Bill of Rights I passed in 2012 and...

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