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Responding To An FAA Letter of Investigation

by Gregory J. Reigel © May, 2014 All rights reserved. When the FAA receives notice and evidence to show that a certificate holder (mechanic, repair station, air carrier, pilot, etc.) may have violated one or more of the Federal Aviation … Continue reading

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Pilots of Charitable Medical Flights May Now Accept Fuel Reimbursement

by Greg Reigel As you may know, FAR 61.113(c) prohibits a private pilot from paying less than his or her pro-rata share of the operating expenses of a flight. In the context of charitable medical flights (e.g. Angel Flight, Lifeline … Continue reading

Posted in Aviation Law, Columns, Features, October/November 2012 | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

AOPA Upgrades Legal Services Plan

by Gregory J. Reigel Attorney At Law As you may know, one of the benefits you can add onto your AOPA membership is membership in the Legal Services Plan (LSP). Recently, AOPA upgraded the LSP to a two-tiered structure – … Continue reading

Posted in Aviation Law, Columns, Oct/Nov 2011 | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

DOT Fines Air Ambulance Operator For Calling Someone Else’s Helicopter Its Own

by Gregory J. Reigel – Attorney At Law A recent article in Airport Business discloses that a non-profit air ambulance operator was recently fined $30,000.00 by the Department of Transportation (DOT) for referring to another operator’s helicopter as its own. According … Continue reading

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