FAA allows pilots to receive compensation for Young Eagles flights

08/21/2013 | Flying online

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted a partial exemption to allow pilots with a private pilot certificate or higher to receive compensation for the cost of fuel for flights through the Experimental Aircraft Association's Eagle Flight and Young Eagles programs. However, the exemption comes with a number of restrictions.

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