White America: What’s Your Plan?
Biden’s FAA Nominee Can’t Answer a Single Question About Aviation
By Spencer Brown | March 3, 2023
That was abundantly clear this week as Washington testified before the Senate Commerce Committee when Senator Ted Budd (R-NC) asked Biden’s FAA nominee questions that an FAA administrator would need to know. Not only did Washington fail to impress senators with his answers, he had no answers. In fact, it was absolutely brutal.
First, Washington was asked a basic question about what airspace designation requires pilots to have an ADS-B transponder.
Budd: “What airspace requires an ADS-B transponder?”
Washington: “Not sure I can answer that question right now.”
Ok, maybe not everyone knows this.
The second question also dealt with airspace designations created by the FAA, the agency Biden wants Washington to lead.
Budd: “What are the six types of special use airspace that…appear on FAA charts?”
Washington: “Sorry, senator, I cannot answer that question.”
So, now it seems like Washington has maybe never even looked at an FAA chart? For those at home (or Washington if he sees this and needs a study guide) the six special use airspace designations are prohibited, restricted, warning, military operations, alert, and national security areas. A seventh, controlled firing areas, is not charted.
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