Pilot's Bill of Rights 2 – Do your part

The bill below was introduced to both the house and Senate. Its called the Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2 and would allow pilots flying recreationally in a wide range of aircraft to no longer obtain a third class medical certificate. The new bill would allow private pilots to make noncommercial VFR and IFR flights in aircraft weighing up to 6,000 pounds with up to six seats.

EAA members (and all other pilots) should get involved NOW with the community’s top priority in GA advocacy.

TAKE ACTION HERE and contact your representatives (this will help you find who your representative is and allow you to email them a letter that EAA has prepared)