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Someone is saying it VIOLATES regulations. That's cut and dry

Someone is saying it VIOLATES regulations. That's cut and dry  

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Author: falsehoods. Regs don't say you must   Date: 1/13/2021 4:09:42 PM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

plan to end your duty day at or before the 14th hour of duty. 5h3ybsimply say you cannot plan to operate aircraft under Part 135 part the 14th hour of duty. You can PLAN anything after that, including a taxi ride back to base, a drive back, a walk back, an overnight somewhere, a deadhead flight back, or a Part 91 reposition back. To be Part 91, you cannot have your medical crewmembers aboard, as they successfully lobbied the FAA to have them be considered equal to paying passengers, not company non-revenue passengers.

There is no duty day limitations for Part 91 operation in the FARs. Youncan plan (flight assignment) point A to B to C and end the Part 135 assignment at C, then take a Part 91 flight assignment back to point A, just like any other Part 91 operator!
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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