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Flytenow: AOPA claims to “have no issues with how pilots communicate” yet they directly contradict themselves by opposing the Aviation Empowerment Act which addresses a pilot’s freedom to communicate, and nothing more..The question remains, why does AOPA oppose the *revised* Aviation Empowerment Act?.Exact, complete, and FAA-revised bipartisan Aviation Empowerment Act below:.S. 2650. AVIATION EMPOWERMENT ACT..The Administrator shall permit a person who holds a pilot certificate to communicate with the public, in any manner the person determines appropriate, to facilitate an aircraft flight for which the pilot and passengers share aircraft operating expenses in accordance with section 61.113(c) of title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (or any successor regulation) without requiring a certificate under part 119 of title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (or any successor regulation)..Flight-sharing gets incorrectly labeled as ‘Uber of the skies’ by non-aviators. Open communication to share flights does not create a public transportation..Here’s the problem with the situation today. Depending on how you meet someone, your flight-share could be legal or illegal..Legal flight-sharing: Pilot A posts...

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Flytenow founded in 2013. Flytenow is located in san francisco, california, usa.