Two Simple Questions

What if we always flew as if the FAA was aboard, or asked if the NTSB would take a dim view of our decisions?

Every certificated pilot has had the pleasure of flying with the FAA or an agency-designated pilot examiner. It can be a stressful experience. The plane, the pilot and the preparation are all under a higher level of scrutiny than on a normal flight. You want to do everything right, and generally portray yourself as a […]
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