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Discussion in 'Rules and Regulations' started by Rupprechtlaw, Aug 25, 2016.

  1. Rupprechtlaw

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    Already located in the study guide.
     
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    Can't hit the like button enough. Only free site with this much organized information!
     
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    You put together a nice easy to understand study guide, but, as an Attorney, a Commercial Pilot, and a Flight Instructor you should know that there are no Pilot Licenses issued in the United States. The United States FAA only issues Pilot Certificates.

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    What are you referring to? Can you please cite any sources. I would greatly appreciate it. I use the term remote pilot certificate in the original post above. The link goes to an article with "Remote Pilot Airmen Certificate" in the title. Control F only finds one mention of "pilot license."

    Furthermore, I have had a few people mention the use of "pilot license" or "pilot certificate" in my articles. I sometimes write articles using the terminology that is frequently used(yes, even if it is not correct) because that is what is best for SEO. However, I do clarify in the article what IS the correct terminology. Just check the search volume of pilot certificate vs pilot license. It is similar to drone vs. UAS or UAV.
     
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    Symantics?
     
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