No delaying missions
Isn’t it funny how Chuck suddenly knows the regulations when he might be able to use them to his advantage? And not only does he know the FAR’s all of a sudden, he must have some knowledge of the FAA inspectors 8600 Guide as well. It states in there that if the inspectors “surveillance will delay a flight, the inspector should use prudent judgement whether or not to continue”.
But what if the inspector wasn’t there for a ramp check, but rather to look at your charter operation in general?
Oh! Also. NEWS:
We’re trying a ZOOM MEETING this weekend. Sunday the 31st of January at 10:00 PST / 13:00 ET / 19:00 CET / 18:00 ZULU (Or all of the above 😉 …)
Since we weren’t able to see any of you last year at all, we thought it might be fun to meet in cyberspace with everyone who is interested. If you want to join, email us and we will send you the link. I want to avoid posting it here to keep the spam down. It’s our first time trying this and we have no idea what to expect. We thought we’d just hang out and chat about flying and comics…