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The Southern Region FAA Safety Team “FAASTeam”Tonight’s Presentation Legal Issues Surrounding General Aviation
Welcome On behalf of Randy Babbitt FAA administrator Thomas Winston ASO-200 Ken Spivey ASO-204 RFM And The Central Florida Flight Standards District Office
Special Thanks to Our Industry Members For Supporting Aviation Safety
KVDF Tampa Executive KSRQ Sarasota KORL Orlando Executive Saturday April 16th – 8:30 AM-All Day
FAASTeam Items of Interest FAASAFETY.GOV • WINGS • AMT • Learning Center • Aviation Resources • GA Awards CFI, AMT, AT, Rep • Wright Brothers “Master Pilot” • Charles Taylor “Master Mechanic”
Wright Brothers Master Pilot AwardFAA/FS-I-8700-2 • Have held a U.S. CAA or FAA, pilot certificate with: • 50 years experience; 20 years may be U.S. military experience, • Have been a U.S. citizen or permanent resident for the 50 years. • Revocation of any airman certificate will disqualify a nominee for this award. • The award may be presented posthumously for 3 years. • Other details are in:FAA/FS-I-8700-2
Charles Taylor “Master Mechanic” Award • 50 years engaged in aviation maintenance. • Minimum of 30 years as a certificated AMT or Repairman. • Remaining 20 years as a mechanic in the military may be used. • Advisory Circular 65-26C.
General Aviation Awards Program • Aviation Maintenance Technicians • Avionics Technicians • Certified Flight Instructors • Aviation Safety Program (FAASTeam) Representative
FAASTeamspecial emphasisFY-11 • Light Sport • Approach and Landing • Airport Surface Deviations • G/A Airworthiness • Pilot Deviations Air • WINGS • AMT
Types of Pilot-Related Accidents • Weather= 4% • Descent/Approach= 4.2% • Maneuvering= 5.3% • Fuel Management= 5.8% • Takeoff/Climbs= 11% • Landings= 32.9% • Others= 9%
Now – Our Presentation "Legal issues surrounding General Aviation." Presented by The Attorneys of “Plane Law” With Larry Barnhart and Douglas Barnard