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FAA’s Pilot Records Database NPRM

  • 11 Sep 2020 11:56 AM
    Message # 9228403
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Last modified: 21 Jun 2021 8:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 11 Sep 2020 8:00 PM
    Reply # 9229467 on 9228403

    Hello I have been out of corporate flying for 3 years but I am eager to rejoin. I am curios if there is a “checks and balances” approach to the way that corporate flight departments weed through falsifications that pilots may make on resumes and or logbooks? I know of a couple accidents through either cargo or even part 121 operators where the pilots had falsified information about their training records and had the company’s known about the training deficiencies I believe the accidents could have been prevented. I do however feel that extra costs to corporate flight departments is not the solution and hope that issue can be resolved in some way.

  • 21 Jun 2021 8:31 PM
    Reply # 10681517 on 9228403
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Press Release – FAA Completes Rule Establishing Pilot Records Database to Increase Safety  (will impact most operators)
    May 26, 2021

    Last modified: 21 Jun 2021 8:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 01 Sep 2021 8:29 PM
    Reply # 10975614 on 9228403
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Most operators should be aware, but the first compliance deadline to sign your operation up (2 or more aircraft) is September 8th— a week from today.  This includes  Part 91 operators that operate two or more aircraft.

    Matt Clark

    New Pilot Records Database Resource Guide Now Available

    With the first compliance date for the FAA’s new Pilot Records Database (PRD) regulations quickly approaching on September 8th, NBAA has created the Pilot Records Database Resource Guide to help Association members understand and comply with the new PRD regulations.

    Access the NBAA members-only Pilot Records Database Resource Guide.

    In May, the FAA published the final rule establishing Part 111, Pilot Records Database including new mandates for certain aircraft operators with the intent to improve safety by improving the pilot hiring process. Operators required to submit and review information in the PRD include:


    Part 119 certificate holders


    Operators who perform operations under the fractional ownership rules


    Air tour operators holding a letter of authorization

    Entities required to report information to the PRD include operators listed above, plus:


    Entities conducting public aircraft operations


    Corporate flight departments (as defined in the PRD rule) and specific entities operating under Part 125


    A trustee appointed by a bankruptcy court for an operator or entity subject to the reporting requirements


    The first PRD compliance deadline is quickly approaching on Sept. 8th - now is the time to familiarize yourself with the new PRD regulations and NBAA is here to help!

    View the NBAA members-only PRD Resource Guide

  • 02 Sep 2021 2:12 PM
    Reply # 10976953 on 9228403
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    They define corporate operators that need to sign up as:

    From NBAA: 

    "Please note that under the PRD rule the following conditions must be satisfied to meet the definition of a `corporate flight department': 

    (i) the operator operates two or more aircraft; 

    (ii) the aircraft are standard airworthiness airplanes that require a type

    rating under 14 CFR part 61, § 61.31(a) and/or turbine-powered rotorcraft; 

    (iii) the aircraft is operated in furtherance of or incidental to a business; and 

    (iv) the operation is solely pursuant to the general operating and flight rules in 14 CFR part 91, or pursuant to a Letter of Deviation Authority (LODA) issued under 14 CFR part 125, § 125.3."

    Matt Clark

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