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If you are a licensed pilot

According to the FAAs website, a licensed pilot has a mandatory duty to report any of the following occurrences:

"Examples of Reportable Administrative Actions (Not a comprehensive list)

  • Revocation, suspension, or cancellation of driver license for:
    • Chemical test failure
    • Chemical test refusal
  • Administrative per se orders
  • 10-day civil revocations
  • Express consent revocation/suspension

Examples of Reportable Convictions (Not a comprehensive list)

  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
  • Driving While Impaired (DWI)
  • Driving with an Unlawful Blood Alcohol Level
  • Operating While Under the Influence (OWUI)

Note: Under 14 CFR 61.15, all pilots must send a Notification Letter (MS Word) to FAA�s Security and Investigations Division, within 60 calendar days of the effective date of an alcohol-related conviction or administrative action."

Pilots should therefore take special care with a DUI and/or DMV administrative hearing ("APS") to avoid FAA difficulties.

 

 

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