Reference Information:

The Entire set of modules is available includes Modules 1 and 2 and Fatigue Awareness Training (FEAT) on Amazon.com:

Understanding FAR 121 subpart P: Training Edition (Kindle)

The full texts of the presentation are available on Amazon.

Understanding FAR Part 121 Subpart P v 1.0 (Kindle)

Understanding FAR Part 121 Subpart P v 1.0 (Paperback)

  • Includes Full FAR 121 / 117  text and the Quick Reference Guide.

The Entire set of modules is available includes Modules 1 through 4 and Fatigue Awareness Training (FEAT) on Amazon.com:

Understanding FAR 121 subpart Q R S: Training Edition (Kindle)

 

The full texts of the presentation are available on Amazon.

Understanding FAR Part 121 Subpart Q R and S v 1.0 (Kindle)

Understanding FAR Part 121 Subpart Q R and S v 1.0 (Paperback)

  • Includes Full FAR 121 / 117  text and the Quick Reference Guide.

 

Links to FAA interpretations:

Subpart P
121.467 – Flight attendant
Subpart Q – Domestic Operations
121.470 – Applicability
121.471 – Flight time limitations and rest requirements
121.473 – Fatigue risk management system.
Subpart R – Flag Operations
121.480 – Applicability
121.481 – One or two pilot crews
121.483 – Two pilots and one additional flight crewmember.
121.485 – Three or more pilots and an additional flight crewmember.
121.487 – Pilots not regularly assigned.
121.489 – Other commercial flying.
121.491 – Deadhead transportation.
121.493 – Flight engineers and flight navigators.
121.495 – Fatigue risk management system
Subpart S – Supplemental Operations
121.500 – Applicability
121.503 – All flight crews
121.505 – Two pilot crews
121.507 – Three pilot crews
121.509 – Four pilot crews
121.511 – Flight engineers
121.513 – Overseas and international operations
121.515 – All airmen 
121.517 – Other commercial flying
121.519 – Deadhead transportation
121.521 – Crew of two pilots and one additional airman as required.
121.523 – Crew of three or more pilots and additional airmen as required.
121.525 – Pilots serving in more than one kind of flight crew.
121.527 – Fatigue risk management system

 

 

 

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