Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and Experimental Aircraft Association - Exemption/Rulemaking
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AOPA and EAA, representing the interests of our members, are petitioning the FAA for an exemption that would give pilots who fly recreationally the option of getting a third class medical or, instead, participating in a recurrent online education program that will teach them how to self-assess their fitness to fly.
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Date Posted: Mar 22, 2012
Submitter Name: AOPA / EAA
Mailing Address: 421 Aviation Way
Country: United States
State or Province: MD
ZIP/Postal Code: 21701
Organization Name: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association / Experimental Aircraft Association
Submitter's Representative: Kristine Hartzell
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