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I am curious what happens to someone who cannot pass the color blindness part of a Class III FAA physical.  I have perfect color vision, but was just curious. It seems that the color blindness test involves the ability to see light gun signals from the tower in event of a radio failure.  Is this really necessary these days? 
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May '20
AOPA Flying Clubs Webinar.  Maximum Fun, Minimum Cost: Flying Clubs and What They Can Do for You 3061
Join AOPA’s Flying Clubs team for a FREE live webinar presented remotely from AOPA headquarters in Frederick, MD, highlighting the benefits of joining a flying club.
During the webinar, you’ll learn how you can fly more, spend less, and have more fun in the process.


Interested in starting a club of your own? The Flying Clubs team will also demystify the process of starting and running a flying club. 


These events are run as  regional webinars,  so you can network with ...
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Tuesday May 19th, 2020 12:00am CDT
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Tuesday May 19th, 2020 2:00pm CDT
Hi all, a local radio station reached out to our club offering to promote the club on the air in exchange for some discovery flights. Sounds like a pretty good deal but I wondered if we need to be aware of any particular FAA regulations and protocols to be able to do this. We're a typical non-profit club with about 25 members. Only dues paying members can fly the aircraft and we haven't had much inquiry in the past for discovery flights. Usually new members will meet with ...
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Mar '20
Hi all, a local radio station reached out to our club offering to promote the club on the air in exchange for some discovery flights. Sounds like a pretty good deal but I wondered if we need to be aware of any particular FAA regulations and protocols to be able to do this. We're a typical non-profit club with about 25 members. Only dues paying members can fly the aircraft and we haven't had much inquiry in the past for discovery flights. Usually new members will meet with ...