Third-class medical exemption is a top priority for pilots

05/3/2013 | General Aviation News

General Aviation News publisher Ben Sclair writes that implementing a third-class medical exemption for pilots of four-seat, 180-hp or less aircraft, flying during the day in visual flight rules conditions should be a higher priority for the Federal Aviation Administration. In an open letter, he asks FAA Administrator Michael Huerta how he can help spur a decision on the exemption.

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