Aviation advocate groups will be busy in election year

01/20/2014 | General Aviation News

Issues critical to general aviation will likely take a back seat in the election year, making advocacy groups particularly busy. Groups will be fighting spending cuts, a bill to replace third-class medical with a policy allowing pilots to fly below 14,000 feet with a valid driver's license and air traffic controller fees charged by the Federal Aviation Administration, among others.

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