FAA Extends Its Deadline Extensions

In response to the continuing pandemic, the agency adds an additional three months to many compliance deadlines.

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Acknowledging that the Covid-19 pandemic shows few signs of abating and that meeting currency requirements and renewing expiring medical certificates poses additional risk of infections, the FAA on June 25 published a revision to its April 30 special federal aviation regulation (SFAR) 118 designed to allow flight operations of many types to continue. As we […]
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