CAP Mission Aircrew CAPR 60-series Review February 2008. CAPR 60-series Review. These slides are a review, and as such are not meant as a substitute for a thorough study of the regulations, particularly CAPRs 60-1 and 60-3
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These paragraphs are not authorization to conduct transportation missions. Missions with a sole purpose of providing transportation from point A to point B must be conducted in accordance with CAP’s FAA exemption (next slide).
As used in the FARs, “aerial work operations” refers to a flight that originates and terminates at the same point and where the purpose of the flight is to perform some mission in the air during the course of the flight
“Transportation” refers to a flight that originates and terminates at different points, where the purpose of the flight is to go from the point of origin to the point of destination
NOTE: Commercial pilots need to have a current Class II Medical
NOTE: CAPR 60-3 states that representatives of other agencies (e.g., DEA or USFS) may use their own equipment