Going to Phoenix? $1,000 reimbursement...

jenkoosh

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Sorry if this is out of place on these message boards - I wasn't sure where to post it. I'm relocating from Chicago to Phoenix during the first week of February, to take a new job at Phoenix Children's Hospital. I don't want to fly my cats in cargo. Is there anyone (a private pilot) going out there for golf, business, etc., roughly around that time? If so, I can pay you $1,000 to take myself, one friend and my cats as passengers (they would be kenneled). Again, sorry if this is out of place, but I just thought I'd take a shot. If you're interested, please get in touch .... thanks,

Jennifer M.
deltacloud004@runbox.com
 

CaptSeth

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There's always UPS ground. They're cats, after all.
 

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Two free options. Option A:

Give away cats in location A.

Get free Cats in location B.

Cost $0


Option B:

Become a flight attendant, claim the Cat is required for your mental health. Feed your cat the First Officer's crew meals.

(FO) : "What? Pasta, a g a i n ?"
 

Daytonaflyer

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It's illegal for private pilots to be compensated for flying. Even a commercial pilot wouldn't be able to do it on their own. You would have to talk to a charter company. If you find a private pilot who's willing to risk it, realize that he's breaking the law and can lose his license which cost a lot more than $1000, so you'd better be very appreciative.
 

woog315

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It's illegal for private pilots to be compensated for flying. Even a commercial pilot wouldn't be able to do it on their own. You would have to talk to a charter company. If you find a private pilot who's willing to risk it, realize that he's breaking the law and can lose his license which cost a lot more than $1000, so you'd better be very appreciative.
pretty sure $1k could reasonably be defended as "splitting costs", which is allowable.
 
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