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Flying The Friendly Skies!

Thu Oct 14, 2004 10:44 am

I am currently working towards a commercial license. I have a twin brother (identical) that was born with congentital heart disease that is also as obsessed about planes as I. What are the FFA regulations on physical disabilities for pilots. My brother is physically capable of 99% of anything now.

Wouldn't that be crazy if one day you got on my AA T7 and you saw two of me behind the right and left stick. Thanks for info.

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RE: Flying The Friendly Skies!

Thu Oct 14, 2004 12:02 pm

It would be funny to see the same looking person in both seats. I don't know much about the disease but, standards are getting lower and lower with the advancement of A/C and health products.
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