Congratulations! You are the proud owner of your first airplane -- a high-performance, retractable, at that.
Author: Doug Marshall
DUI, Your Certificate and the Scales of Justice
'Honest, ociffer, all I had was boo tears - or maybe she was a gas of wine.....'
Flying With an Expired Medical
An airman's certificate is an airman's certificate is an airman's certificate, except when it is a medical certificate, or is it?
Loaning Out Your Aircraft [Part 2]
In enforcement actions, the FAA has the option of initiating a certificate action (read: suspension or revocation) or assessing a civil penalty. In some cases, they may pursue both.
Loaning Out Your Aircraft
Suppose your best buddy wants to impress his latest girlfriend with a quick spin around the city in your airplane. You’ve flown with him a few times and feel confident in his ability. True, you’ve never loaned your aircraft to anyone before, but what’s the worst that could happen?
The FAA, The Law, and Your Certificate
What happens if you read back a clearance and comply, but ATC claims you busted altitude? The findings of a recent court case might surprise you.