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I work for a small defense contractor and we have a travel policy that allows for use of our privately owned aircraft for traveling to support our customer (typically, the USAF).  There are a number of internal requirements a pilot must meet in order to do this, which includes having 200 hours, an Instrument Rating, naming the company on our aircraft insurance policy, and a few other things.  We operate under Part 91 and IAW FAR Part 61.113.  For all normal business ...
Matt Strieby posted new forum topic
Oct '20
Hello, 

I work for a small defense contractor and we have a travel policy that allows for use of our privately owned aircraft for traveling to support our customer (typically, the USAF).  There are a number of internal requirements a pilot must meet in order to do this, which includes having 200 hours, an Instrument Rating, naming the company on our aircraft insurance policy, and a few other things.  We operate under Part 91 and IAW FAR Part 61.113.  For all normal business ...