Mandatory Safety Procedures Under Part 135

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Mandatory Safety Procedures Under Part 135

The pilot in command of a charter plane may not begin any flight unless he or she has determined that the required inspections have been made. This inspection of a charter plane is a normal part of any pilot's daily pre-flight procedures, which are done by following a detailed checklist. Each certificate holder and those who work for the charter plane will allow the FAA, at any time or place, to make inspections or conduct tests (including en route inspections) to be sure of the holder's compliance with the Federal Aviation regulations, the certificate holder's operating certificate and operations specifications.

   

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