In its efforts to promote General Aviation, Pro Aviation regards Recreational Aviation as an integral part of the industry. Recreational flying is already the start for many aspiring professional pilots who will go on to make flying their career. This in addition to the thousands of licensed pilots who have been forced to migrate to the recreational category

Many former General Aviation pilots have been forced to retreat to the freedom of recreational flying, due the draconian medical rules and red tape imposed on so many.

ProAviation will be presenting a dedicated forum on the medical problems of so many under the heading Advocacy  and look forward to your contributions in this regard.

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