Starting June 10, 2022, operators and entities that fall under the Part 111 rule, must begin reporting historical records to the Pilot Records Database (PRD) and report new pilot records to the PRD within 30 days. For more information, click here.
FAA Records Checks Must Now Be Pulled From The Pilot Records Database (PRD)
"IMPORTANT: Effective December 7, 2021, Part 111 requires reviewing entities to use the Pilot Records Database (PRD) to review FAA records for pilots in lieu of submitting FAA Form 8060-10 to our office for processing. The PRD will be used on that date to comply with the FAA records review requirement of PRIA [Pilot Records Improvement Act].
NATACS is currently working through the proxy process and will be soon offering PRD services. Call or email us for details: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On January 26, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), issued an order, requiring operators to collect, store and verify documentation on the current COVID-19 status of inbound international air passengers traveling to the United States.
CDCCheck™ is a web-based, touchless and digitized solution from DepartureCheck™ that complies with the documentation, attestation and record-keeping requirements of this order. DepartureCheck™ is a Passenger and Aircraft Operator Compliance Solutions Platform, brought to you by NATA Compliance Services (NATACS).
For over two decades, Aircraft Operators have relied on NATACS for compliance services that meet the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) secured document and record management solutions.