FAA proposes deadline for pilot photo IDs

11/30/2010 | FlightGlobal.com (U.K.)

A Federal Aviation Administration proposal would give pilots and flight instructors four to five years to obtain new photo identification cards. The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention law, passed in 2004, requires pilot certificates to include a biometric identifier "or any other unique identifier the FAA administrator considers necessary," but the agency, at least for now, is proposing only a passport-quality photo.

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