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    I did train at Comair in Sanford, Florida back in 1990 or 1991. Or maybe I started in 1990 and finished in 1991. It's a long time ago. I can't remember exactly. It was a great educational experience in any case and I made some lifelong friends there. We may not see each other often, what with all of us flying off to this destination or that one on a regular ba...
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    Hello David.

    AOPA has many branches around the world, so the best suggestion would be to reach out to AOPA Japan.  You can reach them at any of the information below.

    320, 1-1-1 Todoroki Setagaya-ku
    Tokyo 158-0082 Japan

    Issei Imahashi, President
    Noriko Hatanaka, Secretary


    We also have a few inquiries o...
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    I haven't tried the BasicMed route yet (as my third class is still valid), but this article has an interesting take on the situation:
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    My personal doctor of 15 years said " YOU'RE KIDDING". He said you expect me to sign off an overweight 63 year old male with high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes to to fly people around? I left the office without the signoff but passed my regular office visit you could say. He left a message on my phone 2 days later after he checked it out. He said he wanted me to g...
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    Ronald Levy:Unless that guy has such an exemption in writing from the FAA, that exception does not apply. 
    I disagree with you here. This exemption says that applicable drones are model aircraft and gives them the same operating leeway. If your statement is correct, all model aiorplanes would need written exemptions. I don't think that they do.
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    Hi Roy,
    Good to see you on the Hangar!
    I'll be in touch later in the week to chat more about attracting new members to your club.