Flight time limitations and rest requirements: One or two pilot crews.
(a) No program manager may assign any flight crewmember, and no flight crewmember may accept an assignment, for flight time as a member of a one- or two-pilot crew if that crewmember's total flight time in all commercial flying will exceed—
(1) 500 hours in any calendar quarter;
(2) 800 hours in any two consecutive calendar quarters;
(3) 1,400 hours in any calendar year.
(b) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, during any 24 consecutive hours the total flight time of the assigned flight, when added to any commercial flying by that flight crewmember, may not exceed—
(1) 8 hours for a flight crew consisting of one pilot; or
(2) 10 hours for a flight crew consisting of two pilots qualified under this subpart for the operation being conducted.
(c) No program manager may assign any flight crewmember, and no flight crewmember may accept an assignment, if that crewmember's flight time or duty period will exceed, or rest time will be less than—
Extension of flight time
(1) Minimum Rest Immediately Before Duty
(2) Duty Period
Up to 14 Hours
Up to 14 Hours.
(3) Flight Time For 1 Pilot
Up to 8 Hours
Exceeding 8 Hours up to 9 Hours.
(4) Flight Time For 2 Pilots
Up to 10 Hours
Exceeding 10 Hours up to 12 Hours.
(5) Minimum After Duty Rest
(6) Minimum After Duty Rest Period for Multi-Time Zone Flights
Title 14 published on 2012-01-01
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