As blind pilots, we are not allowed to fly in any aircraft we are only allowed to sit in a wheelchair, according to a new blind pilot training manual.
The manual, released by the Federation of Blind Pilots, which was set up in 2005, says that pilot licences must be passed on to each pilot who has a blind pilot licence, with the exception of those who have received a vision test.
The training manual has been developed by the US-based company PilotVoice.
It is part of a growing body of research about blind pilots and the impact of vision loss.
Some experts say the training manual may have a negative impact on pilots who are blinded by other causes, such as age or health problems.
But pilot groups say the manual is the first to go into detail about blind pilot licences, which are not required for pilots who have been blind for more than 10 years.
The pilot’s blind licence The pilot training manuals for blind pilots can be downloaded for free at PilotVoice’s website.
They detail the conditions under which the pilot has to pass his or her blind licence on to the other pilots.
The manuals say that blind pilots are required to complete a blind cockpit test to demonstrate the ability to operate a vehicle.
But the pilot’s training manual says that blind passengers are also required to pass their blind licence, unless they have been trained to operate their vehicles in accordance with the manual.
Blind passengers have to complete three separate blind test rounds to ensure that they can operate the vehicle in the blindest possible way, and must complete one round of blind driving test before the licence can be issued.
Blind drivers’ licence The manual says a blind driver is required to have a “safe driving history” with a “good driving record”.
A pilot’s licence is also required for the pilot who is not blind and has been driving for five years.
It also says that a pilot has two years to complete his blind driving licence if he or she is on licence suspension, unless the pilot was not in the military or has been on licence for a long time.
A pilot must also have a pilot licence for the blind passenger in his or their vehicle.
The blind pilot is required by the manual to complete the blind driving tests in his/her vehicle.
A blind driver can also have his or a pilot’s license suspended if he/she is found to be negligent in the operation of a motor vehicle or to have failed to keep the required training.
But a pilot who loses his or hers licence cannot be disqualified from flying again if they are required by law to be disqualified.
The Blind Pilot Training Manual states that pilots who fail to comply with the rules of blind flying and have no further training can face serious disciplinary action by the FAA.
Blind passenger’s licence A pilot who fails to meet the requirements of a blind passenger’s blind driving record can be disqualified, but they are not barred from flying.
The FAA said it has received more than 20 complaints of blind passengers losing their licences because they did not take the required blind driving and vision tests.
A representative from PilotVoice said the training manuals were developed in collaboration with the FAA, and that the agency was aware of the pilot training guidelines and had reviewed them.
But it did not respond to questions about whether the piloting manual was accurate.
Blind pilot training The FAA says it is taking “urgent” steps to correct the situation.
“The FAA is committed to ensuring that blind drivers have the same level of safety as blind passengers,” the agency said in a statement.
It said the FAA has a new training system in place for blind and visually impaired pilots.
PilotVoice says it has found that “blind pilots can learn and master many skills that would be difficult to teach to their visually impaired counterparts”.
PilotVoice CEO Mike Suter said that “over 70 percent of pilots who apply for a pilot certificate are blind”.
“We believe this is a significant improvement in the visibility of blind pilots,” he said.
“However, there are still challenges to be overcome, and we hope to provide more information in the future.”
A pilot should be able to see through the windshield and use a binoculars, but the manual says it does not give a list of the tools or techniques required for a blind person to fly.
A checklist of visual cues to guide a pilot should include looking down the side of the aircraft to identify objects and other objects, and seeing the markings on the aircraft.
Blind pilots should also be able move from one position to another and make corrections to the pilot controls, and should be allowed to operate the aircraft in a blind manner.
The simulator that blind pilot trainers use for training should include the following: a compass for accurate navigation of the plane and its flight path; a guidebook for navigation, including the navigational aids on the left and right side of both the aircraft and on the dashboard; a reference guidebook that provides visual references to the instrument panel and other instruments; and a checklist of blind driver