Some see the Third class medical process as a nuisance, while others think its not a burden at all.
Members of the AOPA have recently voiced their opinions in the AOPA’s recent article,
“Keep Flying: Hoorah”.
When it comes to medical certification and staying in the air, pilots want the best of both worlds. That’s why AOPA and the Experimental Aircraft Association’s request for an exemption to allow pilots to use their driver’s license and medical self-certification to fly certain aircraft recreationally is resonating with members.