Tag Archives: TSA

FAA Reauthorization – Finally!

by David Mann, President Wisconsin Aviation Trades Association I sometimes am amazed or maybe I should say shocked at the inability of our legislative branch to work together for the good of the United States of America. The entire group of … Continue reading

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Stay Aware!

General Aviation (GA) is a vital component of the aviation sector and the national economy that accounts for some 77 percent of all flights in the United States. It encompasses a wide range of activities, from pilot training to flying … Continue reading

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Flying In The Canadian Arctic… Leave The Junk & Bring Home The Memories!

by Philip Mattison If you are looking for a great flying adventure, head for Canada on wheels or floats! I fly a yellow and black 1999 Cub Crafters Super Cub; my friend, Wolfgang Greiner, flys a red and white 1998 … Continue reading

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TSA Clarifies/Updates “Recurrent Training” Requirements For Alien Flight Training

by Greg Reigel Attorney At Law In a recent Interpretation, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) clarified the activities that are not considered recurrent training. As a result, alien flight training students will now be able to receive the following types … Continue reading

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