Sisyphus Posted January 11, 2005 Report Share Posted January 11, 2005 Check this out. CASO Technical Committee Meeting Here is part of it. 700.bb Duty Time and Flight Duty Time Limitations and Rest Periods (1) Duty time may not exceed: 75 hours in any seven (7) consecutive days; 240 hours in any thirty (30) consecutive days; 600 hours in any ninety (90) consecutive days; and 2,496 hours in any 365 consecutive days. (2) Subject to subsection (1), an air operator shall not assign a flight attendant for duty time, and a flight attendant shall not accept such an assignment, where the flight attendant’s duty time will, as a result, exceed 14 consecutive hours in any 24 consecutive hours. (3) A flight attendant shall receive at least 24 consecutive hours free from duty following 3 consecutive flight duty time assignments that exceed 12 consecutive hours unless the flight attendant has received at least 24 consecutive hours free from duty between any of the 3 flight duty time assignments. (4) Following a duty time assignment, an air operator shall provide a flight attendant with the minimum rest period and any additional rest period required by this Part. (5) A flight attendant shall use a rest period provided pursuant to subsection 4 and Section 700.ee (Time Free from Duty) to obtain the necessary rest and shall be adequately rested prior to reporting for flight duty. Do they want us to believe that working as a flight attendant is more fatigueing than flying a helicopter? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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