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§ 91.1062 

(ii) A PIC qualified pilot who meets 

the applicable flight crewmember re-
quirements of this subpart and § 61.57(c) 
and (d) of this chapter. 

(iii) A second in command (SIC) who 

meets the SIC qualifications of this 
subpart. For flight under IFR, that per-
son must also meet the recent instru-
ment experience requirements of part 
61 of this chapter. 

(4) For a four-pilot crew, at least 

three pilots who meet the conditions of 

paragraph (b)(3) of this section, plus a 
fourth pilot who meets the SIC quali-
fications of this subpart. For flight 
under IFR, that person must also meet 
the recent instrument experience re-
quirements of part 61 of this chapter. 

(c) No program manager may assign 

any flight crewmember, and no flight 
crewmember may accept an assign-
ment, if that crewmember’s flight time 
or duty period will exceed, or rest time 
will be less than— 

3-Pilot crew 

4-Pilot crew 

(1) Minimum Rest Immediately Before Duty .......................................

10 Hours .............................

10 Hours 

(2) Duty Period ....................................................................................

Up to 16 Hours ...................

Up to 18 Hours 

(3) Flight Time .....................................................................................

Up to 12 Hours ...................

Up to 16 Hours 

(4) Minimum After Duty Rest ..............................................................

12 Hours .............................

18 Hours 

(5) Minimum After Duty Rest Period for Multi-Time Zone Flights ......

18 hours .............................

24 hours 

§ 91.1062

Duty periods and rest re-

quirements: Flight attendants. 

(a) Except as provided in paragraph 

(b) of this section, a program manager 
may assign a duty period to a flight at-
tendant only when the assignment 
meets the applicable duty period limi-
tations and rest requirements of this 
paragraph. 

(1) Except as provided in paragraphs 

(a)(4), (a)(5), and (a)(6) of this section, 
no program manager may assign a 
flight attendant to a scheduled duty 
period of more than 14 hours. 

(2) Except as provided in paragraph 

(a)(3) of this section, a flight attendant 
scheduled to a duty period of 14 hours 
or less as provided under paragraph 
(a)(1) of this section must be given a 
scheduled rest period of at least 9 con-
secutive hours. This rest period must 
occur between the completion of the 
scheduled duty period and the com-
mencement of the subsequent duty pe-
riod. 

(3) The rest period required under 

paragraph (a)(2) of this section may be 
scheduled or reduced to 8 consecutive 
hours if the flight attendant is pro-
vided a subsequent rest period of at 
least 10 consecutive hours; this subse-
quent rest period must be scheduled to 
begin no later than 24 hours after the 
beginning of the reduced rest period 
and must occur between the comple-
tion of the scheduled duty period and 
the commencement of the subsequent 
duty period. 

(4) A program manager may assign a 

flight attendant to a scheduled duty 
period of more than 14 hours, but no 
more than 16 hours, if the program 
manager has assigned to the flight or 
flights in that duty period at least one 
flight attendant in addition to the min-
imum flight attendant complement re-
quired for the flight or flights in that 
duty period under the program man-
ager’s management specifications. 

(5) A program manager may assign a 

flight attendant to a scheduled duty 
period of more than 16 hours, but no 
more than 18 hours, if the program 
manager has assigned to the flight or 
flights in that duty period at least two 
flight attendants in addition to the 
minimum flight attendant complement 
required for the flight or flights in that 
duty period under the program man-
ager’s management specifications. 

(6) A program manager may assign a 

flight attendant to a scheduled duty 
period of more than 18 hours, but no 
more than 20 hours, if the scheduled 
duty period includes one or more 
flights that land or take off outside the 
48 contiguous states and the District of 
Columbia, and if the program manager 
has assigned to the flight or flights in 
that duty period at least three flight 
attendants in addition to the minimum 
flight attendant complement required 
for the flight or flights in that duty pe-
riod under the program manager’s 
management specifications. 

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