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FAA Rules with Union on Duty Period Issues

FAA Rules with Union on Duty Period Issues  

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Author: Yeup   Date: 4/10/2019 9:28:25 AM  +1/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

it's all about duty in, duty out, and what is involved, no exceptions.

Hello, I'm now at work and starting to get my act together for the purpose of accepting a flight = now on duty.

Goodbye, I'm now done with all that stuff and going out the door = now off duty, see you in 10, or 11, or whatever.

I love it when the operator says the first 15 minutes of preparation to accept a flight at the start of a shift is not duty, but industry standard. 

Where's that in the regs?  And just how does one get everything done, in 15 minutes?

For the most part I just ignore the company trying to chip away at the regs.  I pay attention to the FAA because they own the regs and have the bigger stick, much bigger.

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