Question of the Week: Speculating on Toyota's Future as an Aircraft Manufacturer

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The FAA plans to extend the validity of medical certificates for pilots under 40 years of age but is it enough, or does the FAA need to institue more medical certificate reforms?

Last week, AVweb put that question to our readership, and a 52% majority of those who answered said that no, the FAA should eliminate third-class medicals altogether.  Significantly fewer respondents agreed with the FAA's proposal as-is or though the age floor should be moved up.  (For a complete breakdown of answers, click here.)


Now that Honda is firmly committed to the general aviation market, it stands to reason that arch rival Toyota will follow. Which GA market segment would you like to see Toyota enter?

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