Notice of Document Availability and Request for Comments

 
Docket ID: FAA-2013-0316
Agency: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Parent Agency: Department of Transportation (DOT)
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    Jul 08, 2013 11:59 PM ET

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    FAA-2013-0316-0113

    05/24/2013

      • I really would like it if every one would stop trying to fix programs, policies and procedures that aren't broken...There is nothing wrong with the testing standards as they are...

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        06/28/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0159
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      • Submitter Name:
        Edward Maloof
      • Actual emergency procedures recurrent training in a simulator would go a long way to reducing accidents. Make this a requirement, the same as a BFR. For example: every two years a...

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        05/24/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0118
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      • Submitter Name:
        Stacy Joslin
      • APPENDIX 5: USE OF A FLIGHT SIMULATION TRAINING DEVICE (FSTD) This section reads to be developed. The FAA has said in the past that they believe in Simulators. They should after...

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        07/03/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0216
      • Organization:
        RTC
      • Submitter Name:
        John Killeen
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      • 14 CFR 61 does not meet the Standards of Annex 1 to the Chicago Convention, Personnel Licensing and Training Practices, in that the US does not issue Licenses (US "Certificates...

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        06/17/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0147
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      • Submitter Name:
        Richard Bartel
      • Increasing the complexity of these standards will not enhance safety. It will discourage further the entrance of more pilots and lead to further shrinkage of the pilot population...

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        07/09/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0251
      • Organization:
        Self
      • Submitter Name:
        Dennis O'Connor
      • Just a general comment that it is sad to see no working ASI's from the Flight Standards field offices on the working group listing. A wealth of everyday knowledge in face to face...

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        05/24/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0103
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        Brian Capone
      • This is merely another attempt to limit American citizens from having any ability to fly "legally" in the airspace of this country which is supposed to be their airspace.. Safety...

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        06/17/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0144
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        Anonymous
      • Dear FAA, You should no longer try justify your jobs by trying to find infinitesimal margins of safety. i would really rather you pursue things that benefit aviation instead of...

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        07/09/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0270
      • Organization:
        jubilado
      • Submitter Name:
        Keith Hedrick
      • Assessing risk factors are fine as an over all view as part of the training for pilots skills....But some ware along the line the pilot training has gotten off course and needs to...

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        07/01/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0190
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        Anonymous
      • I also agree with Rod Machado. I believe the PTS should remain the same. Even with new technology (perhaps especially with new technology) there is no substitute for basic stick...

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        07/10/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0298
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      • Submitter Name:
        Louis Knapp
      • I am quite concerned that the direction these testing standards are trending is toward reducing rather than increasing pilot skills, increasing training cost, and ultimately...

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        07/09/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0278
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        John Rodkey
      • Leave the PTS for private pilot and instrument pilot as they exist today. Add an initial session of risk management into the ground syllabus/knowledge test so the fledgling pilot...

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        07/09/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0266
      • Organization:
        Bonanza Pilot Training, Inc
      • Submitter Name:
        Kent Ewing
      • As a FAA Designated Pilot Examiner, long time active CFI, airline pilot, and concerned aviator, I believe this change is misguided and will cause much more harm than good...

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        07/01/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0174
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      • Submitter Name:
        William Miller
      • LOTOT, or Loss of Thrust On Takeoff MUST be incorporated into Private Pilot PTS, both as an a topic in the ORAL section, as well as a task during the check ride. In many GA...

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        05/02/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0020
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        Dan Gryder
      • I have long felt the FAA should review, revise and modernize the Private and Commercial testing standards. As a former FAA APD examiner, I have seen, time and again, a knowledge...

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        07/02/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0201
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        William Walker
      • Being an old school pilot and having retired in 1996 from a thirty year, multi-service Training and Training Manager position in Metrology and Space Operations & Intelligence, I...

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        07/02/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0207
      • Organization:
        Everitt Airport, LLC
      • Submitter Name:
        Mack Page
      • Simulator and flight training devices are allowed for instrument currency and type ratings. Advanced simulation should be allowed for private and commercial pilot certificates...

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        06/18/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0151
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      • Submitter Name:
        Jay Chandler
      • I agree with many comments by regulated to extreme pilots, mechanics,maintanance folks,R&E Techs ,airport operators and on & on . The simplest common sense approaches are over...

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        05/24/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0114
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      • Submitter Name:
        Rich Moen
      • T.C. Freeman brings up a valid point when talking about recurrent training. _ Recertification every three to five years should be given serious consideration. This action would...

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        07/11/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0304
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      • Submitter Name:
        Dennis Byrne
      • Over the past 20 years aircraft have become more technically advanced. Airspace is more complex and crowded. The requirements under part 61 for a Private Pilot Certificate Solo...

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        05/24/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0104
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      • Submitter Name:
        Kenneth
      • The work represented in these documents is a major step forward toward improving the quality and effectiveness of pilot training. I applaud the integrated approach which places...

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        07/09/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0282
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      • Submitter Name:
        George Bieger
      • I think that a 21st century approach to pilot certification examinations needs to look at using information technology better. In particular, aeronautical decision making, weather...

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        05/28/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0124
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      • Submitter Name:
        Kenneth Katz
      • Great Start and definitely a big step in the right direction! Please do ensure that periodic overhauls are built into the process - so that it does not require a widespread uproar...

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        05/13/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0047
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      • Submitter Name:
        Vic
      • Please adjust the test and remove the "trick" question approach and work on insuring the true knowledge of the subjects. The test are very "dated" and NOT real world. I have taken...

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        07/09/2013

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        FAA-2013-0316-0252
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        Phillip Stegner
      • PTS= PRACTICAL Test Standards? First of all, I think the revision can be compared to translating the Bible from the King James Version to the New International Version. The...

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        05/24/2013

      • ID:
        FAA-2013-0316-0113
      • Organization:
      • Submitter Name:
        Kevin Cox
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