The pilot of a small plane that crashed earlier this month in Santa Barbara County, killing him and his passenger, had a long history of discipline by the Federal Aviation Administration and lacked the medical clearances required to fly. Government records show that David K. Before the crash Aug. The FAA issues medical certifications to pilots after doctors determine they are healthy enough to operate aircraft. Martz was at the controls of a four-place, single-engine Cessna when it crashed into a steep hillside in a remote area of Los Padres National Forest north of Ojai.
Pilot in fatal plane crash had a long disciplinary history with the FAA
Pilot in fatal plane crash had a long disciplinary history with the FAA - Los Angeles Times
So remember the video we got of the pilot who got serviced by a porn star as he flew his helicopter over San Diego? He's the celeb pilot who got in hot water flying Tommy Lee Well there's an FAA hearing underway to permanently revoke the license of one David Martz, and it's almost as entertaining as the in-flight movie. Several pilots have just testified in the case. One said he would not fly with Martz while he was getting oral sex but would have felt safe with Martz under every other circumstance.
A pilot who allowed a woman to perform a sex act on him as he flew around San Diego deserves to have his license revoked, rules the the National Transportation Safety Board. David Martz let adult film actress Puma Swede perform oral sex on him while he flew over San Diego, but he said at a National Transportation Safety Board administrative hearing that he has learned his lesson and won't do it again. Martz testified in April that his actions during the May 20, , flight weren't bright and he was much more responsible at the time he was testifying. After the Federal Aviation Administration revoked Martz's license earlier this year, he appealed to an administrative law judge. After that appeal was denied, he took his case to the NTSB.
A helicopter pilot who decided to join the Mile High Club by allowing a woman to perform oral sex on him as he flew her over San Diego acted so recklessly that his license must be revoked, the National Transportation Safety Board said. The actions of David Martz were so dangerous, the NTSB concluded in a written ruling, that they put the lives of everyone on his aircraft and on the ground below him in danger. A call to Martz rang unanswered. In rejecting his appeal, the NTSB said both Martz and the woman unfastened their safety restraints during the flight and that her body blocked his access to controls vital to operating the aircraft in an emergency.