Fill in only the conditions that you want to search for. To specify
more than one string in a field, separate the strings by commas. The
search will return all records that match at least one string
from each of the specified fields. If you specify
contradicting conditions (for instance State: MA and ZIP 82344) you
will get no entries back. The strings are interpreted as
Unix style regular expression.
This means that
a "New" in the City field (without the quotation marks) will match
"New York" as well as "New Brunswick".
If you get no entries back, it is probably because there are no
matching entries in the database. This can be either because you
mis-typed an entry or because you specified contradicting criteria, or
there really are no registrations with the specified selection
Be careful when specifying the Country of the pilot.
For countries other than the USA, you need to know exactly how
the FAA spelled each country. You may want to specify only a part of
the country name that is likely to be in the FAA version. The regular
expression feature willl automatically find all matching countries.
The search engine is optimized for searches by pilot name. These
searches are very quick. However other searches through the 600,000
pilots may take several minutes, especially since everybody seems to
be hitting this service with full force. Searches will return a
maximum of 100 entries.
Important: When you select a rating that has indented ratings
directly below it, you search for ANY of the indented ratings.
Additionally selecting any of the indented ratings has no effect. For
instance if you select "Airplane rating", then selecting the indented
"Multiengine Sea rating" below it has no effect, it will be found
anyhow. If you want to discriminate the individual airplane ratings,
you should NOT select the superseeding checkbox for "Airplane rating".
All input fields are case insensitive, so you can enter upper or lower