You don't like the TSA poking at you, but your doctor should be a different story.
AOPA is calling all pilots to action to urge Congress to support the Pilot's Bill of Rights II, which includes Third Class Medical reform. The bill would allow pilots to fly noncommercially in aircraft weighing up to 6,000 pounds carrying five passengers below 14,000 feet in VFR and IFR conditions without the need for a medical certificate.
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) talks about the Pilots Bill of Rights II, which includes a provision to allow private pilots to fly an aircraft with up to six seats, weighing up to 6,000 pounds, VFR or IFR, without a third class medical certificate. The bill also reforms the NOTAM system, and provides more legal protections for pilots accused of regulatory infractions.
Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, talks about a new Pilots Bill of Rights that would open the door to flying IFR up to 14,000 feet without a third class medical requirement.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier talks about Flying by the Seat of Your Pants.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier talks about heartburn.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier talks about atrial fibrillation.
AOPA Director of Medical Certification Gary Crump explains the new FAA policy on sleep apnea and pilot medical certification.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier talks about allergies.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier talks about heart disease.
Dr. Jonathan Sackier talks about ways to prevent testicular cancer.
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