SkyPool tm

Thursday, 25 July 2024
SkyPool tm Legal Information
Pending Legislation (S. 2650/S. 1407)

"The Administrator shall permit a person who holds a pilot certificate to communicate with the public, in any manner the person determines appropriate, to facilitate an aircraft flight for which the pilot and passengers share aircraft operating expenses in accordance with section 61.113(c) of title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (or any successor regulation) without requiring a certificate under part 119 of title 14, Code of Federal Regulations" (or any successor regulation).

115th Congress, 2018: Full Act S.2650
116th Congress, 2019: Full Act S.1407
116th Congress, 2019: Bill Status S.1407

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Ride Sharing Issues
In regards to the above referenced US Federal Policy, SkyPool tm is thus bared from facilitating digital or electronic communication between pilots and the general public for ride sharing here in the United States.

U.S. Pilots and the general public may create free, no obligation, accounts here and post flight plans and flight watch agents, but for the near future, their flying information will be abbreviated with contact information  redacted  when viewed.

Send a letter to your federal Representatives and Senators telling them that you want them to support current legislation that would permit this electronic or digital communications.
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