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AOPA's Pilot Information Center has received several inquiries concerning Airworthiness Directives (ADs) this week. Since this is a recurring topic of inquiry I thought it would be good to open up a topic where it can be discussed and information could be shared. Here's some basic information to start this off:

At the simplest terms an Airworthiness Directive is:

"A regulatory notice sent out by the FAA to the registered owner of an aircraft informing the owner of a ...

I'm happy to read/study on my own, (don't want to bother), but I'm hoping someone can help me make sense of the "system" used in FAA-S-ACS-10B. For example, Page 2, UA.I.A.K6,   I've not been able to find what I need to know about “multiple category sUAS”. I see the references at the top of the page; no clue which reference has something to say about that. I've downloaded the electronic copy of said references, and used “Ctrl-F” search,(aka ‘electronic search’). ...

Hi, I am new to the community. I am planning on retiring at the end of next year and I my goal is to become a Part 107 certificated remote pilot for my retirement years. I took private pilot training in 2000-2001 and completed my first solo in September 2001, but had to stop after the 9-11 attacks. I passed my knowledge test, but never went back to complete my flight training. With the introduction of affordable vehicles, I am looking to become a commercial sUAS pilot to combine ...
Cambridge Kelly posted new forum topic
Jan '22

I'm happy to read/study on my own, (don't want to bother), but I'm hoping someone can help me make sense of the "system" used in FAA-S-ACS-10B. For example, Page 2, UA.I.A.K6,   I've not been able to find what I need to know about “multiple category sUAS”. I see the references at the top of the page; no clue which reference has something to say about that. I've downloaded the electronic copy of said references, and used “Ctrl-F” search,(aka ‘electronic search’). ...