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satpak77

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OK, call me stupid. The question is (King Air) your plane's CVR was pulled out and sent to the CVR folks for repair, etc. Your plane can carry six+ pax, however is a single pilot airplane.

"REMOVED" Placard stuck to CVR area.

Part 91.

Boss/Owner wants the plane for a trip. Legal? Why, FAR, reg, etc?
 
OK, call me stupid. The question is (King Air) your plane's CVR was pulled out and sent to the CVR folks for repair, etc. Your plane can carry six+ pax, however is a single pilot airplane.

"REMOVED" Placard stuck to CVR area.

Part 91.

Boss/Owner wants the plane for a trip. Legal? Why, FAR, reg, etc?

Generally for a turbine powered airplane *nothing* can be inoperative except per an MEL since 91.213(d) does not apply. However this only applies to installed equipment. If equipment is "uninstalled" and is not required for certification or operating rule (and appropriate logbook and w&b entries made) then I believe you are good to go per 91.609.
 
Generally for a turbine powered airplane *nothing* can be inoperative except per an MEL since 91.213(d) does not apply. However this only applies to installed equipment. If equipment is "uninstalled" and is not required for certification or operating rule (and appropriate logbook and w&b entries made) then I believe you are good to go per 91.609.

that was my thinking, it was kinda a gray area
 

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