Support the General Aviation Pilot Protection Act

congressContact your Senators and Representatives and urge them to co-sponsor and support S. 2103 and H.R. 3708, the General Aviation Pilot Protection Act. The newly introduced Senate bill is a companion to the House bill of the same name, introduced in December 2013 and currently co-sponsored by a bipartisan group of 52 Representatives. The bill aims to allow pilots flying certain aircraft to operate using a driver’s license in lieu of a traditional third-class medical.

This legislation would build upon the remarkable safety record proven by a decade of light-sport aircraft (LSA) operations. This success shows that it’s time to widen the pool of recreational pilots who can enjoy flying their small aircraft without the expense and regulatory burden of third-class medical certification.

Visit EAA's page to sign the petition and send letters to your Senators and Representatives urging them to support the General Aviation Pilot Protection Act.

http://govt.eaa.org/14781/support-general-aviation-pilot-protection-act

5 Replies to “Support the General Aviation Pilot Protection Act”

  1. This legislation would build upon the remarkable safety record proven by a decade of light-sport aircraft (LSA) operations. This success shows that it’s time to widen the pool of recreational pilots who can enjoy flying their small aircraft without the expense and regulatory burden of third-class medical certification.

    It is time for the FAA to catch up with reality that American citizens enjoy and pursue in every other avenue of life. There is no rational justification to do otherwise.

    I look forward to your anticipated support.

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