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FAA Defines “In Furtherance Of Business” Restriction On Operations By A Sport Pilot

by Greg Reigel In a recent Legal Interpretation, the FAA Office of Chief Counsel responded to a request for a definition of what it means to be “in furtherance of a business” in the context of the limitation upon sport … Continue reading

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Pilots of Charitable Medical Flights May Now Accept Fuel Reimbursement

by Greg Reigel As you may know, FAR 61.113(c) prohibits a private pilot from paying less than his or her pro-rata share of the operating expenses of a flight. In the context of charitable medical flights (e.g. Angel Flight, Lifeline … Continue reading

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