federal aviation administration

Alternatives to the Federal Aviation Administration

Flying an airplane on your own takes years of study and supervised experience. If you are fortunate enough to be in a position to purchase your own plane, you will also need to file the appropriate registrations and documents with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Since such a great deal of personal responsibility is required…

Form 8050-98

Filing Form 8050-98 is Key in Order to Submit an Airplane Security Agreement

If you want to use your aircraft or its associated equipment as collateral for a loan, deal, or transaction, you are going to need a security agreement. The main goal of an airplane security agreement is to establish an aircraft and its related equipment as collateral in a specific deal. This official document, which has…

Plane FAA Registration

Every Plane FAA Registration Application Explained

The first step in making sure that your plane FAA registration is always in order will be to understand the specifics of the process. There are a lot of different applications that relate to the registration, which we can expand on here. Let’s take a closer look at what these applications all look like. Getting…

Federal Aviation Administration

A Better Way to Interact With the Federal Aviation Administration

Have you been looking for a way to file Federal Aviation Administration documentation online that’s actually user-friendly? Does it seem like whenever you have to fill out aircraft documentation the process gets harder and harder? Long ago, we realized that aircraft owners deserved an easier option for all of their aircraft documentation needs. Thus, the…

Federal Aviation Administration

Flying in Alignment with the Federal Aviation Administration

Federal Aviation Administration registration isn’t a new thing. It goes back decades. Getting your plane registered may seem like a pain or an annoyance, but it’s important. Without this registration, you can’t legally fly your plane. No one wants to worry about the FAA in the back of their head while they fly.  That said,…