It's not a "mission," it's a flight. And you can refuse to fly it.
Part 135 has never been on the FAA's front burner the way it is now, and for many operators experiencing life in the pressure cooker of inspections and compliance issues, these are harrowing times. Even operators who don't hold certificates know that their 135 brethren owe it all to a runway overrun at Teterboro. As JDA Aviation Technology Solutions, an aviation consultancy founded by former FAA executive Joseph Del Balzo, states in one of its brochures, "The entire 135 industry 'went ...
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