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Old 29th Jul 2014, 10:03
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andrewr
 
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Australia
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I'm just reading it and trying to interpret it. What is your alternative interpretation?

In your example, I guess you could argue the hire or reward provision applies to the Operator (who would be required to have the AOC) not the pilot. You would presumably be the operator of the aircraft, and not operating it for hire or reward.

If you charged your family (or anyone else) a fare to be carried on the aircraft yes you might require an AOC. If someone else was listed as the operator and you paid them to fly you and your family somewhere they might be required to have an AOC, even if you are the owner.
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