Today’s required social distancing makes travel via business aircraft more appealing than ever – and only adds to the temptation to pay to “borrow” a friend’s aircraft.
But while we remain preoccupied with staying separate, the FAA and IRS remain on alert for folks paying to use a privately-operated Part 91 aircraft. Paying even just the expenses for a non-commercial aircraft flight constitutes illegal charter. That puts at risk both your wallet and your safety – and carries some very significant financial penalties!
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Thanks for reading, listening – and flying safely!