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Yes there is often need for Part 91 planning!

Yes there is often need for Part 91 planning!  

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Author: Anonymous   Date: 4/11/2019 10:07:33 AM  +1/-1   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

You're idea eliminates lots of flight that plan to drop off within Part 135 and fly back Part 91!


For instance, this one example:  We do PICU and NICU flights all the time where the team needs to get to the patient but either don't know how long they will be or will be hours prep'ing the patient.  They can't wait two or more hours for an on=coming pilot before being transported to the sending facility!   So, we often PLAN to fly them and drop them off by our 14th hour and Part 91 back to the base.

You are now trying to say I can't do that any longer, which is absurd!


You asked the FAA a question and they answered it IAW they question you asked.  But, you didn't ask the real question:  Can a pilot/certificate holder PLAN to fly Part 91 after dropping off the medical crewmember and/or patient?   That is the question they didn't answer because you didn't ask it!

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STOP confusing flight time and going over 14 +6/-1 With duty period PLANNING 4/11/2019 3:09:39 AM