August 9The July/August 2017 issue of FAA Safety Briefing explores several key facets of the new BasicMed rule, which offers pilots an alternative to the FAAs medical qualification process for third class medical certificates. Under BasicMed, a pilot will be required to complete a medical education course every two years, undergo a medical examination every four years, and comply with aircraft and operating restrictions.
Feature articles include:
Bring On BasicMed!What The FAAs New Regulatory Relief Rule Means For You (p 8)Errare Humanum EstTo Err is Human (p12)Doctor, Doctor, Let Me Give You the News(p16)Your Top 20 BasicMed QuestionsYou Asked We Answered (p 18)How to Defeat Dehydration A Forgotten Risk to Flight Safety (p 25)National GA Award HonoreesTop 2017 General Aviation Professionals Announced (p 26)
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