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Are You Fit to Fly? Understanding Aeromedical Self-Certification

Whether the type of flying you do requires an FAA medical certificate, a valid driver's license, or neither, we all have a responsibility to self-certify our fitness to fly before every flight. Dr. Greg Pinnell explains the rules and best practices.

FAA Checklist, AOPA Course Ready for BasicMed Implementation
4/24/2017

On April 24, the FAA released the final checklist for the physician visit required by BasicMed allowing pilots to visit their regular doc... Read More

BasicMed Implementation Continues
3/23/2017

As we close in on the May 1 implementation date for BasicMed, many in the aviation community are eager to begin preparing to fly under th... Read More

BasicMed and Its Effect: First Week Questions
1/19/2017

One week after the release of the third-class medical reform law by the FAA, overall reaction has been very positive. 

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