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Type: General Information
Notice Date: Thursday, May 12, 2022
Notice Number: NOTC2349
ATTN ATP, Commercial and Remote Pilots: Pilot Records Database (PRD) Webinars and Deadlines
This posting will be removed on
Monday, August 15, 2022

The FAA will host the following Zoom webinars on the Pilot Records Database (PRD) to inform pilots, operators and other stakeholders that fall under the 14 CFR Part 111 rule and answer questions they may have on PRD.

Link

Date

Time (EST)

Topic

Webinar 1  

Password:  178504

4/21/22

2PM

Get Registered in PRD & How to Pull Records

Webinar 1  

Password:  178504

5/5/22

2PM

Webinar 2  

Password:  178504

5/19/22

2PM

Managing Operator & Proxy Roles in the PRD

Webinar 3  

Password:  178504

6/16/22

2PM

Entering Records into the PRD

Webinar 4  

Password:  178504

6/22/22

2PM

Managing Records & Requests in the PRD

Webinar 5  

Password:  178504

7/14/22

2PM

Managing Operator & Proxy Roles in the PRD- Updated for Latest Functions

 

What is PRD?

Pilot Records Database (PRD) is an electronic database managed by the FAA used to house and share pilot records among air carriers and other operators. It provides air carriers and operators critical safety information so they can make informed, pilot hiring decisions.

Who is required to use it?

According to the FAA’s  14 CFR Part 111 rule, operators in part 121, 121/135, 125, 135, 91K, air tour (91.147) operators, Part 91 (non-certificated) operators with two or more type-rated aircraft or turbine powered rotorcraft, public aircraft operators, and trustees appointed by a bankruptcy court are required to use and submit records in PRD.

These webinars are useful to all pilots as it will discuss how pilots can verify their data is correct, which could be important to their aviation careers. Webinar 1 will help pilots understand how to check their records in the PRD.

What are the deadlines?

Operators and entities that fall under the Part 111 rule, must:

  • Beginning June 10, 2022:
    1. Begin reporting historical records to the PRD.
    2. Report new pilot records to the PRD within 30 days.
  • By June 12, 2023: Complete the reporting of their pilot records dated on January 1, 2015 or later.
  • By September 9, 2024: Complete all other older pilot records.

If you or your organization need assistance with the PRD, contact PRDsupport@faa.gov.

For more information, FAQs, or quick reference guides, visit the PRD website.