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News: March 21, 2004

FAA Safety.Gov

The FAA has established a website to notify interested pilots about upcoming aviation safety seminars. This website will replace the "yellow" mailer that many of us used to receive. The FAA will now use this website for all notifications. You will need to register with the site, and the FAA will send you a temporary password to logon with the first time. You will be required to change the password to something you can remember for future logons.

Many of you have asked me how to get notified about local safety seminars. Well, here's your chance. After you register, bookmark the site. It can be tailored to more than one area of the country. That's especially nice for snowbirds.

http://faasafety.gov/

Jack W. Tunstill
FAA Aviation Safety Counselor
Albert Whitted Airport (SPG), FL

 


News: March 15, 2004

Lead News


Is It A Ride Or An Air Tour?
The FAA should withdraw its proposal to impose new regulations on air-tour operators, EAA said last week, and start over. "The very foundation of this proposal is so flawed," EAA said in its 15-page comment, filed on Thursday, "... [the FAA should] re-evaluate the data and rewrite the proposed rule to more appropriately reflect any legitimat.


News: March 15, 2004

Lead News


Is It A Ride Or An Air Tour?
The FAA should withdraw its proposal to impose new regulations on air-tour operators, EAA said last week, and start over. "The very foundation of this proposal is so flawed," EAA said in its 15-page comment, filed on Thursday, "... [the FAA should] re-evaluate the data and rewrite the proposed rule to more appropriately reflect any legitimat


News: March 15, 2004

Lead News


Is It A Ride Or An Air Tour?
The FAA should withdraw its proposal to impose new regulations on air-tour operators, EAA said last week, and start over. "The very foundation of this proposal is so flawed," EAA said in its 15-page comment, filed on Thursday, "... [the FAA should] re-evaluate the data and rewrite the proposed rule to more appropriately reflect any legitimat