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Old 25th Jul 2019, 03:08
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Originally Posted by Bend alot View Post
There is the chance that a CAsA employee told him/her that.

If that is the case and such a flight was carried out without an AOC and that CAsA employee found out - it is effectively prohibited.

It is exactly the same as the CAsA emplyee said all charter pilots have to wear white shirts when flying!

From a CAsA argument the flight is running to a schedule Airport 1 at 10 pm, Airport 2 12 pm and Airport 3 at 4 pm 3 days a month - so it is a RPT operation. You can fight them, many have tried.
There are a few more conditions to be met for a flight to be defined as RPT:

CAR 206

3.2 RPT operations involving ‘transporting persons generally, or transporting cargo for persons generally, for hire or reward, in accordance with fixed schedules to and from fixed terminals over specific routes with or without intermediate stopping places between terminals’, under CAR 206(1)(c) [emphasis provided].
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