Instances in which weak sentences were imposed for shining a laser at an aircraft should be highlighted, so that future sentencing will match the severity.
To assure that instruments receive proper treatment on airlines, know your rights, educate the airlines, work with your fellow union members, and exercise your economic power.
AOPA defends the FAA approved aircraft in ‘Sikkelee v. Precision Airmotive Corp’ in a filing to the Supreme Court. AOPA should be commended for its objective consideration, and its willingness to do what is best for the aviation system sets a great example.
It’s worth watching those punctuation marks!
Technical staff and AMTs will be best prepared for their decisions as to SUPs if they are well-educated on this arcane subject.
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