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FAA reauthorization debated in Senate

Advocacy | Apr 07, 2016

The full Senate has begun debating FAA reauthorization, passing amendments designed to increase security and rejecting a proposal to prevent airlines from shrinking seats.

Senate passes amended FAA funding extension

Advocacy | Mar 17, 2016

The Senate has passed an amended version of a House bill to keep the FAA running through July 15, but changes introduced in the Senate mean the measure must now return to the House for final approval before it can become law.

AOPA enhances popular TurboMedical tool

Article | Jan 20, 2016

Before your next flight physical, check out AOPA’s redesigned TurboMedical online tool. It could save you a lot of time and hassle by alerting you to potential conditions or medications that might require extra paperwork before you visit your aviation medical examiner.

Next steps for medical reform

Advocacy | Jan 14, 2016

With Congress back in session, the question on the minds of many pilots is, “What’s next for third class medical reform?”

Answers for Pilots

Article | Jan 08, 2016

If you fail the color plate test at the time of your FAA airman exam, there is alternative color vision testing.

Big issues, steady progress highlight 2015 advocacy

Article | Dec 29, 2015

Addressing the big issues that will affect the way we fly for decades to come requires a big commitment, and 2015 has been a year marked by steady progress on some of the biggest issues of all.

THIRD-CLASS MEDICAL REFORM GAINING MOMENTUM

News release | Dec 10, 2015

The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation has passed S. 571, better known as the Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2 (PBR2), which will now go the full Senate for consideration.

Third class medical reform FAQs

Advocacy | Dec 09, 2015

Third class medical reform is closer than ever before, but it’s a complex issue and we know you have questions. Here are our answers to the most common questions we’re being asked about third class medical reform.