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Bush Flights.

simondix Posted: 17.12.2017, 07:41



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Having completed my first monthly assignments I want to start one of the Bush Flight series.  Do I have to let anybody know or just submit the PIREPs as and when I do the flights between the Monthly Assignments.
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jer029 Posted: 17.12.2017, 08:21

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Hello Simon,



You must fly at least one[1] of your scheduled flights you have been assigned within the 30 day period. Then you may fly any flight on the master SPA schedule within your Rank/Category. You may fly aircraft only one[1] category above your assigned rank when:

 

Flying Training, Cargo and Charter flights

You have Pre-approval from your Hub Manager

You are testing aircraft as approved by the VP of Fleet Management

 


This means you don't need approval for most flights - unless it's an aircraft above your rank category - then pre-approval, but even that is likely not a problem.  Note this also means you don't need to complete all your monthly flights before flying the other flights.




edited by: jer029, Dec 17, 2017 - 08:24 AM

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simondix Posted: 17.12.2017, 08:31



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Thanks for that I was thinking of doing the Polar Circle in the Bush Ops and wondered if that was OK.
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Westcoast Posted: 19.12.2017, 15:46

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Simon,

Sorry I missed this post.  There is no problem, you may fly a bush flight at any time, no need get permission, or to complete all of your assigned flights first.  We just ask that you complete at least one assigned flight every 30 days.

Mike Daugherty
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simondix Posted: 19.12.2017, 18:13



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Thank you both for the answers.
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simondix Posted: 30.04.2019, 12:44



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Well it has only taken a year but finally completed the Polar Circle Bush Flights.
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jer029 Posted: 30.04.2019, 20:24

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Congrats Simon on your successful completion of the Polar Circle Flights.  That's a long time to be flying the Polar Circle - we'll all have to buy you a celebratory round of drinks at the Pilot's Pub prost.

John

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