Hello KPDX I've missed you. A little. ift.tt/2N2vIMI
If you’re dressing up as a Flight Attendant for Halloween don’t forget these commonly missed accessories:
- Air freshener spray
- Emergency ichiban
- A prescribed sleep aid
- Wordscapes high score
- A death stare that can shame a person from at least ten rows away
I just wanna be famous like this.
Are you a pilot?
Do you travel?
Wanna make a video of me taking off of this 6000' flat grass runway?
Hey that’s me! I really do not love hearing myself talk 🤦♀️🤷♀️ but Rene is awesome and an inspirational woman, so go support her and listen to her podcast! 👍twitter.com/renebanglesdor…
Maybe I should keep my a&p mechanics license up.
This is crazy. Absolutely unfathomable. It makes me wonder how close we truly are to autonomous aircraft. twitter.com/FlyingMagazine…
1) we have to report it on our medical exams and then are often at the mercy of an FAA medical examiner’s personal decision on it or the FAA’s long and expensive process that often ends in denial of a medical certificate ...
says something. I say something. But @flytruenorth
kills it. Don't listen to me or the puppet. Read this.
Also, if you aren't yet, follow her. twitter.com/flytruenorth/s…
In short, the FAA does understand that pilot mental health can be an issue, but it's current structure for response can require excessive information and effort from the pilot to protect or regain an aviation medical. 4/4
"...and/or a psychiatric and psychological evaluation from a mental health care professional in order to make a determination about the pilot's suitability for certification."
"Additionally, if the FAA receives information from another source that a pilot may have a mental health issue, the FAA's Office of Aerospace Medicine can direct the pilot to provide specific documentation..." 2/