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Here's an interesting article on part 91 v 135 safety

Old 27th Mar 2021, 07:17
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Here's an interesting article on part 91 v 135 safety

This will probably attract interest.
https://www.avweb.com/insider/part-9...just-dont-mix/
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Old 1st Apr 2021, 10:44
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Originally Posted by Pugilistic Animus View Post
This will probably attract interest.
https://www.avweb.com/insider/part-9...just-dont-mix/
It is an interesting article, I'm surprised no-one else has commented.

Does anyone know the comparability between Part 91 and EU Part-NCO in terms of requirements? Indeed, do we have a UK Part-NCO now we have left EASA?

The whole idea of NCO/Part91 always confused me - most of these operations are, indeed, commercial. At least the Yankees used a term (91) which didn't describe as "non-commercial" something which is commercial... only the EU managed that!
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