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Ah, the first sentence says it all:


Ah, the first sentence says it all:  

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Author: Anonymous   Date: 4/9/2019 2:45:38 PM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window


FAA agress with the union that the previous rulings already address the issues presented ..."


 


The faa has always said if you work for the company, you are on duty.   The question is, can you fly a part 91 leg after you drop the medical crewmembers and/or patient.   IOW, can you PLAN to end your Part 135 flying at or before the 14th hour of duty, and still fly back to the base under Part 91 without them?


 


That was the question that needed answering.   Not the ones the FAA has already addressed in long standing previous "rulings" (i.e., intepretations)

 
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FAA Rules with Union on Duty Period Issues +4/-0 Imagine That 4/9/2019 1:58:52 PM