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“DUTY PERIOD” is defined as starting and finishing work for certificate


“DUTY PERIOD” is defined as starting and finishing work for certificate  

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Author: holder. Nothing in 135 regs LIMITING it   Date: 1/13/2021 11:52:31 AM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

The DUTY PERIOD is a clock that runs until you are put on rest, regardless of the type of work performed. Moping the floor for the Certificate Holder is duty, but the FARs don't say you must stop ar 14 hours. The just say that you can't plan to fly a Part 135 flight assignment unless you can look back from the planned completion of that flight assignment (not the mopping the floor afterwards) and saw 10 hour of regulatory rest.

A DUTY PERIOD ASSIGNMENT is the part not define!
 
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Where in any regulation or interpretation does it say this +0/-0 regarding Part 135 flight planning? 1/13/2021 8:45:12 AM