At a time when it appears that the government is prying into, and trying to control!, virtually every aspect of our lives, it truly was a breath of fresh air when the Senate recently passed the Pilots Bill of Rights 2, a major part of which terminates the need for most recreational pilots to get a third-class medical certificate more than once. As a result, the impact of THE NEW PILOT’S BILL AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING is something the whole General Aviation world should be aware of.
“Obviously,” Dale Wolcott, President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas, pointed out, “anything that will make the life of pilots easier deserves praise. Of course, we can’t get too excited yet.”
What Dale was referring to is the fact that, though the Senate has passed the Bill, the House has yet to do so. As a result, it would behoove all General Aviation pilots to make sure that their Representatives know their feelings on the matter.
“We constantly hear,” Jason Wolcott, the TURBINE TRAINING Vice President added, “that we never have any say about what the government does to us. Well,” he continued, “now we have a chance to give our thoughts on the matter, and it is both our patriotic duty and to our advantage as pilots to do so.”
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