FAA’s Flight Training Policy Draws Fire

Agency now requiring new paperwork to instruct in non-standard category aircraft. Congress may step in.

What started earlier this year as a novel legal interpretation of FAA regulations by a U.S. Court of Appeals has evolved into a full-blown policy dispute between the agency and some of aviation’s alphabet soup. As we explored in our June issue, the court’s interpretation is that FAR 91.315 “does not provide an exemption for […]
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