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October 28, 2019 14 min

This week, we catch up with panel attorney Rick Durden on a topic we often hear about after natural disasters - flying to help others, and - importantly - how to do it legally. 


Show Notes: 

Rick Durden: Mr. Durden has been practicing aviation law for more than 40 years and is a panel attorney for AOPA's Legal Services Plan. He holds an ATP with type ratings in the DC-3 and Cessna Citation. The AOPA Legal Services plan is offered as part of AOPA’s Pilot Protection Services.


Rick’s website:


Link to Rick’s article




AOPA Volunteer Pilots home page and public benefit flying course:


FAR 61.113


FAA’s Kirwin interpretation


FAA’s Bunce interpretation

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