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Where does Kidd say you can't fly Part 91?


Where does Kidd say you can't fly Part 91?  

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Author: Anonymous   Date: 4/9/2019 5:37:32 PM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

Kidd does not say anything about having to fly back to the base.  It answers the question about the flight segments being interrupted (failing to account for the previous intepretations of the Whitlow letter, btw).   The Kidd letter of interp has nothing to do witht he question here, and does not impose any obligation that the certificate holder MUST have the pilot fly back to the base at all.   Nor does it say the Part 135 segments can end at one location dropping of the paying customers, and return Part 91.


 


You are trying to insert a square peg into a round hole in hopes you can force your hand (as a union) upon the certificate holder to allow pilots to turn down a flight request becaue the planning is back to the base, and not to some other location or to operate Part 91 thereafter.   Yeah, the medical crew might get stuck for a while or overnight, but the pilot and aircraft are not bound by Part 135 limiations when they are no on board!


 


You need to get your glasses adjusted if you are trying to read Kidd to mean you MUST return to the base of operations under Part 135!   

 
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