Apr, 2017

Are you facing denial of your FAA medical certificate application? Did you know that in most situations where you feel like you are qualified for unrestricted medical certification, you can petition the National Transportation Safety Board (hereinafter “NTSB”) for review of your denied application? More specifically, if you feel you are qualified for medical certification …

Feb, 2017
Dec, 2016

Fighting the FAA on an intentional falsification charge may sound like a daunting task if you are a pilot or A&P mechanic facing certificate revocation. When the FAA catches wind that for example a certificate holder provided false information on a FAA medical application or allegedly falsified information in a logbook, the FAA will typically issue …

Nov, 2016

If you are under investigation by the FAA or otherwise involved in an FAA enforcement action, you may be wondering: “what is a FAA Notice of Proposed Certificate Action?” Quite simply, the FAA Notice of Proposed Certificate Action is the document which could ultimately become the complaint in an action to either suspend or revoke …

May, 2016

Have you ever been in a quandary as to whether you are “legal” under the rather ambiguous fitness for duty requirements of 14 C.F.R. § 117.5? If you are unfamiliar with this particular regulation, you will note that the essential rule is that “each flight crewmember must report for any flight duty period rested and …

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