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Wow, you misunderstood those two citations


Wow, you misunderstood those two citations  

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Author: big time!   Date: 4/14/2019 11:21:15 AM  +1/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

The first one was about CO-DOMICILES, and which didn't involve a deadhead since it was about the pilot's own commute from home to work.   Since he had two bases assigned, it was on him to commute to/from work NO MATTER HOW FAR AWAY OR HOW LONG IT TOOK.


 


The second, the same essentially.   The person was hopping on a company provided ride to get to work an hour away, ie, the START OF HIS DEADHEAD commute on a commercial airline.   He wasn't being forced to take the transportation, and would have commuted himself since that was the start location of his work.   IOW, it was not a "designated" co-domicile for him, but it was, in-fact, a co-domicile in every day considerations.  That was a CHOICE for the pilot to ride along or drive himself, to start his assignment.


 


A requriement to "live within one hour of the base" has nothing to do with it being "local in nature" since a drive to/from the base, even if 2 hrs, is a pilot's commute responsibility, not the company's responsibility to provide the travel!


 


Wow, you've made a total misunderstanding of that!


 


 

 
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“Local in nature” - is only 30 minutes or less. (NT) +0/-1 Ask 50 FAA guys, get 50 answers.  4/14/2019 9:40:28 AM