Pilot Records Improvement Act of 1996 (PRIA)
PRIA and 14 CFR Part 111 require that certain hiring air carriers and operators operating under 14 CFR parts 121, 135, 125, 91k, and air tour operators (91.147) evaluate certain information concerning a pilot/applicant's training, experience, qualification, and safety background, before allowing that individual to begin service as a pilot with their company. The FAA-records are obtained via the Pilot Records Database (PRD). Non FAA-records are obtained via the PRIA process as described in Advisory Circular 120-68J. Beginning June 2022, the PRD will also begin to contain some non FAA-records.
NOTE: The previous process of requesting FAA-records using FAA Form 8060-10 has been discontinued as of December 7, 2021.
Privacy Act (PA) Request for AIE Information
PA requests may be submitted by companies, agencies, third parties, foreign requestors, or individuals for verification of an airman’s record of accident/incident or enforcement (AIE) history.
- Email Privacy Act (AIE) requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions to initiate a Privacy Act verification letter request (MS Word)
Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) Information
FOIA requests may be submitted for a wider range of subjects taken from the Accident/Incident/Enforcement data systems, the Service Difficulty Reporting system, or the PTRS tracking system.
Please be specific concerning the information you need.
- Email FOIA requests: email@example.com
For further information concerning your PRIA, PA, or FOIA requests, please call the Reporting Group at AFS-620 at (405) 954-4173. A voicemail menu will direct your call.