“How would the FAA find out about my DUI?” This is a common aviation law question we receive regularly from student pilots filling out the medical application for the first time, to veteran pilots who have held licenses and certificates for years. Each time a pilot files a medical application, the pilot authorizes the FAA […]
Meet Aviation Attorney Charles R. Barnett III. AOPA (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association) talked with Aviation Attorney Charles “Chuck” Barnett about how he got started flying, flying for the Air Force, his job as a Captain for a major airline, his motivation for being an aviation attorney, and his firm’s work with pilots facing enforcement […]
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A Spirit Airlines Airbus A319-100, registration N512NK performing flight NK-902 from Dallas Ft. Worth,TX to Orlando,FL (USA), was descending towards Orlando when an odor of musty dirty feet began to develop in the aft cabin, a number of passengers began to complain about the odor, 3 cabin crew began to feel unwell, light headed with […]