You don’t need a J.D. or M.D. degree to be a pilot, but it certainly does help to have a basic understanding of your medical and legal liabilities.
If someone took law school, medical school, and ground school and mixed them all together, the result would be something like what we sell in our collection of handbooks and textbooks. They take complex topics and explain them in ways that are easy to understand. Learn more about the FAA, your aviation insurance, liability, negligence, and more.
Even for professional pilots used to dealing with complex systems, navigating the complicated world of aviation law can be a headache. You can better understand your medical and legal liabilities with our easy-to-read aviation law guides, written for the layperson.