Jet Talk

Rest and Duty–The One Call Rule
Kent S. Jackson | October 26, 2016

“Hello.  This is your pilot speaking.”  A company needs to call its pilot on her off day. It’s no big deal you think. It’s just to run a schedule change by her, or better yet, to offer her additional training. Call anytime? Don’t dial just yet. With the one call rule, you have one chance to make that phone call count. […]

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems – Rules and Obstacles
Kent S. Jackson | September 23, 2016

The last week of July, 2016 saw our attorneys attending Experimental Aircraft Association’s 64th AirVenture event in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The event hosted approximately 563,000 attendees and brought together about 10,000 aircraft. AirVenture is where “new aviation technology and innovations are unveiled to the world,” said EAA Chairman, Jack Pelton. This year showcased commercial drones, also known as […]

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Making a Drone Work For You
Kent S. Jackson | September 21, 2016

Last month, the FAA gave businesses and industries across the country the legal ability to integrate an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) into their operations. Over 500,000 UAS are registered with the FAA, and more registrations are processed each day.Drone Safety + Security MeasuresThe new rules regulate operations and safety for drones weighing less than 55 […]

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UAS (Drone) Pilot Regulations
Kent S. Jackson | September 9, 2016

Tired of climbing into a cramped cockpit and contending with cumulonimbus and demanding passengers? Now you can make money piloting from the ground. Why not don a pair of fuzzy slippers, settle into a recliner and become a remote pilot in command (R-PIC)? Here is an overview of UAS Drone Pilot Regulations.On June 28, 2016, […]

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