BasicMed Lacks Admin

After 3 1/2 years pilots largely view BasicMed as a success. But the DOT Office of Inspector General lists some administrative oversight issues in a recent report

While BasicMed was mistakenly called third-class medical reform, it didn’t replace the third-class medical, but it did give pilots another option to fly. It has been popular with pilots who only need a third-class medical, but BasicMed does have some restrictions compared to a third-class medical. Since April 2020, more than 55,000 pilots are flying […]
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