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FAR Violations In Decending Order
2010-03-18

FAR Violations In Decending Order
  1. Careless or reckless operation
  2. Compliance with ATC clearances and instructions
  3. Failure to meet requirement for certificate, rating and authorization. Especially medical certificate. Only 72% of pilot accident victims were current and legal for the phase of flight to the accident.
  4. Non-compliance with ATC clearance and instructions.
  5. Failure to get required clearance at tower airport.
  6. Proper registration certificate missing.
  7. Non-airworthy aircraft.
  8. Failure to maintain minimum safe altitudes.
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