Ohio US-based The NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP) said it is voicing its support for bipartisan legislation sponsored by US Congress´ House Aviation Subcommittee chair Frank LoBiondo and ranking member Rick Larsen.
According to the group, the measure addresses a sweeping Federal Aviation Administration proposal to change the medical certification process for select pilots.
The proposal was developed outside the established rulemaking process, it said, and the LoBiondo legislation calls for any such change to be adopted only after following an appropriate rulemaking proceeding.
Founded in 2008 as an independent labor affiliate, the NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP) represents the professional interests of the 3,000-plus pilots who fly in the service of NetJets Aviation, Inc.
Find out more at www.njasap.com.