Flight-Training Policy Fix In The Works

A novel court ruling threw a wrench in the not-for-hire treatment of flight instruction. Now Congress may fix it.

When a federal appeals court in April ruled, in part, that flight instruction constitutes carriage of a person for compensation, it perhaps unwittingly created a storm of uncertainty in the U.S. flight training community and those operating aircraft in the three categories primarily affected: limited, experimental and primary. As we noted in June’s issue, the […]
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