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Still incorrect. No medical crew on board does not necessarily


Still incorrect. No medical crew on board does not necessarily   

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Author: Yeup   Date: 4/11/2019 5:55:23 PM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

Although I left them 2 years ago they always said 15 minutes prior to duty in is gratis per industry standard and all sectors were to be operated 135 and if challenged with getting back to base within 14 to call the right person and they may or may not authorize the RTB over 14, even with med crew on board whether company employees or otherwise.  Not sure where that is written, or if it is written, but seemed to be what was in play for many years I was there.  And yes, I disagree with it.  14 is 14, don't fiddle with it unless the circumstance is truly beyond your control and a minor amount over 14.

 
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