Incorrect data in aviation records is serious in the extreme. Aviation depends on data entry to record everything from student pilot training to air carrier compliance with airworthiness directives to scores of information on every aspect of defeating gravity safely. For that reason, air safety relies in large part on records, the accuracy of which is critical.
Henry Albert Schaller, II, president of B2BJets, was indicted June 28 in a U.S. District Court in Miami for making false statements on multiple FAA airman medical applications, specifically that he’d never been convicted of a misdemeanor. He was also convicted in April this year of making a false statement to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Schaller also allegedly falsified a bill of sale stating that B2BJets purchased an aircraft even though another company actually took possession of it.