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Legality of a PPL holder being paid

Old 13th May 2019, 02:54
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RE. aroa's post, the US does NOT have an airwork category, ( and a separate very simple Part for Air Ag.) and many things that are covered by an AOC here, are just "private" ( Part 91) in US, like aerial photography, and a whole string of things that require an AOC in Australia..

However, Part 91 is not really just "private" but the sensible structure of the US regulations. Part 91 is not just "private operations", it is everything that is not covered by another "Part", including 121,125,133,135.

And, of course, the relative "air safety outcomes" of the USA versus Australia so clearly show that Australia's burden of aviation regulation provides no "safety" dividend, indeed an argument can be well made to show the opposite ... The Australian approach to "air safety" produces a decidedly negative result, compared to USA.

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