Is any agency exempt from establishing Flight Program Standards under this part?
Yes, in addition to the Armed Forces and intelligence agencies, entities outside the executive branch of the Federal Government are exempt from establishing Flight Program Standards when using aircraft loaned to them by an executive agency (that is, owned by an executive agency, but operated by and on behalf of the loanee) unless the loanee—
(a) Uses the aircraft to conduct official Government business; or
(b) Is required to follow §§ 102-33.140 through 102-33.185 under a Memorandum of Agreement governing the loan.
Title 41 published on 2009-07-01
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