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Where in any regulation or interpretation does it say this

Where in any regulation or interpretation does it say this  

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Author: regarding Part 135 flight planning?   Date: 1/13/2021 8:45:12 AM  +0/-0  

In a recent memo, someone is claiming that there is confusion and misunderstanding between the "flight assignment" and the "duty assignment" are where most of the issues seem to stem from with management. He warns your pilot may be in jeopardy. So here's the question: Where does any regulation or FAA interpretation does it say this? "ALL planning MUST be done so that you can complete the "flight assignment" within your 14-hour "Duty Period Assignment," as well as ALL known "directives" or "duties" assigned by the Certificate Holder." Here is the misinformation being communicated: Not "all" planning Just the portion that will be conducted under Part 135. For instance, if you conclude Part 135 flying and operational Part 91, you are no longer restricted to a 14 hour duty day. Tail-end Part 91 repositions are and have been authorized by the FAA for decades. Nothing in the regulations require a pilot to plan a round trip back to base Pare 135, or to include in that planning all administrative tasks after the flight landed. Nothing. A pilot can operate Part 91 after the Part 135 legs conclude, unless any medical crewmembers are still aboard, as the FARs considered them the same as paying passengers.
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Where in any regulation or interpretation does it say this +0/-0 regarding Part 135 flight planning? 1/13/2021 8:45:12 AM