Airman Regulation

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New training standards would add safety, relevance

Article | Jul 11, 2013

New airman certification standards would make the connection between knowledge and practical tests, AOPA said.

FAA releases final ATP certification rule

Article | Jul 10, 2013

The FAA, as expected, has issued the final rule that increases the qualification requirements for first officers who fly for U.S. passenger and cargo airlines.

FAA agrees to drop dated material from knowledge tests

Article | Jun 26, 2013

The FAA's decision to remove dated material from airman knowledge tests is a positive step on the road to updated certification standards, AOPA said.

Comment period reopened on new standards for pilot testing, training

Article | Jun 12, 2013

July 8 is the new deadline for comments on the draft Private Pilot and Instrument Rating Airman Certification Standards.

FAA asked to remove outdated knowledge test questions

Article | May 15, 2013

Questions about loran, microwave landing systems, and direction finding would be more fitting for Barry Schiff's popular "Test Pilot" trivia column in "AOPA Pilot" than on FAA knowledge exams.

Oceanside renames airport to honor former Tuskegee Airman

Advocacy | Jan 08, 2013

California’s Oceanside City council has renamed Oceanside Municipal Airport to honor former Tuskegee Airman Bob Maxwell for his efforts to save the facility from closure in 2006.

Working group to offer training reforms

Advocacy | Sep 13, 2012

A committee advising the FAA on ways to enhance flight safety with improved training and testing materials has established a working group to propose initial revisions and reforms by September 2013, with the aviation-training industry playing a major role in the project.

FAA accepts knowledge-test reform plan

Advocacy | Jun 21, 2012

The FAA has embraced the majority of an advisory committee's recommendations for improving its testing materials in a prompt show of its support for the joint effort with the aviation industry to improve pilot knowledge tests.

AOPA voices concerns about proposed ATP requirement

Advocacy | May 03, 2012

The FAA has proposed a rule, in response to a congressional mandate, requiring pilots serving as Part 121 first officers to hold an airline transport pilot certificate. AOPA and industry groups have voiced concern about the regulation.