Goodwill Flights: You Can Fly For Charity, If You Do It Right

Credit: Corporate Angel Network
Companies and pilots often assume that no harm could come from offering a ride in the corporate jet at a charity auction. The FARs do allow such flights, but the restrictions are quite narrow. FAR Part 91.146 is titled “Passenger-carrying flights for the benefit of a charitable, nonprofit or...

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