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Bob Cardone

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Aircraft substitution
« on: Tue 06 Feb 2018, 00:53 »
Can the DH8D be substituted for the JS41 on a route.

Chris Hulme

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Re: Aircraft substitution
« Reply #1 on: Tue 06 Feb 2018, 09:09 »
Ideally not, we would prefer pilots to use the specified aircraft type because it'll throw the flight times out.

1) In order to conduct a flight with Intercity Airways, members must fly a route contained within our schedules, using the aircraft type specified. Members must not attempt a flight they are unable to complete (i.e. land safely at the destination airfield) and diversions are only permitted in exceptional and unforeseen circumstances (e.g. bad weather, technical problems, medical issue or fuel shortage). The scheduled times are "block times" (i.e. departure time is when the engines are started, and arrival time is when the engines are shutdown) stated in Zulu/GMT/UTC.
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Bob Cardone

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Re: Aircraft substitution
« Reply #2 on: Tue 06 Feb 2018, 13:08 »
Ideally not, we would prefer pilots to use the specified aircraft type.

1) In order to conduct a flight with Intercity Airways, members must fly a route contained within our schedules, using the aircraft type specified. Members must not attempt a flight they are unable to complete (i.e. land safely at the destination airfield) and diversions are only permitted in exceptional and unforeseen circumstances (e.g. bad weather, technical problems, medical issue or fuel shortage). The scheduled times are "block times" (i.e. departure time is when the engines are started, and arrival time is when the engines are shutdown) stated in Zulu/GMT/UTC.



Ok,

I will just fly some of  those routes on my own.