When top FAA officials (such as FAA Deputy Administrator Bradley Mims) are contacted and asked “Why is there no investigation?” their response is “no comment.”
Similarly, after my articles were published, the Aircraft owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) wrote a nasty article attacking me with ad hominem attacks and voicing their support for the FAA.
In this article, I am going to outline my plan for how we can address the critical issue of pilot and passenger safety and also how airline pilots can let the AOPA know why they will be canceling their membership.
The AOPA fully supports the FAA and thinks I’m a bad person for calling out the fact that the FAA is failing to investigate all these safety incidents!
They clearly believe that the FAA is doing the right thing and should be supported. Clearly, they believe that pilot deaths and injuries should never be investigated.
In their article, instead of addressing the issue of the complete lack of investigation into pilot safety, the AOPA chose to go after me with ad hominem attacks and false accusations.
Unlike my article on Susan Northrup where I contacted her and spoke with her directly, and gave her numerous opportunities to comment before and after the article was written, the AOPA never contacted me in the preparation of their article and they also ignored all my attempts to contact them after they published their article.