Why a Single LOA May Be Insufficient

Kent S. Jackson | June 25, 2014
When purchasing a new aircraft, or making a change in the operating structure, often the last items to be considered are the FAA Letters of Authorization (LOA) for operations. For years the operator specific nature of the LOAs has gone unnoticed by the FAA, and the business aviation industry. Ongoing confusion led to the persistant belief that a single LOA, or use of a charter operator’s authorizations, was sufficient for the aircraft. This assumption is inaccurate and aircraft owners and operators need to reevaluate their LOAs. Click here to download full article.