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UK CAA now allows cost sharing between 6 people

ORS4 1406_pdf

Previously it was max 4 people.

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Shoreham EGKA, United Kingdom

It has been possible since 2014 by the M4-amendment to the Commission Regulation (EU) No 965/2012:

Page 7:

a) cost-shared flights by private individuals, on the condition that the direct cost is shared by all the occupants of the aircraft, pilot included and the number of persons sharing the direct costs is limited to six;

Last Edited by Dimme at 17 Jul 21:19
ESME, ESMS, ESOW

Time to fill up the AN2 as I am not aware of a proper 6 seat SEP on the market

Last Edited by Ibra at 17 Jul 21:47
ESSEX, United Kingdom

Maybe you should persuade the Swedish police to sell you this one:

https://www.svt.se/nyheter/lokalt/skane/flygplan-landade-med-smuggelcigaretter
https://www.svt.se/nyheter/lokalt/skane/fangelse-for-cigarettsmugglare-pa-flygfalt

Although the pilots should be out of the jail by now…

ESME, ESMS, ESOW

Ibra wrote:

Time to fill up the AN2 as I am not aware of a proper 6 seat SEP on the market

I think that the “SEP” restriction is no longer there?

Poland

Cost sharing EASA

  • Non complex aircraft (which basically means planes for which NCO applies, i.e. SEP/MEP/SET and MET <5700kg)
  • Maximum 6 occupants (incl. Pilot)
  • Only direct costs (i.e. for an owner that leaves fuel and airfield charges).

It’s a huge can of liability sucking worms to take strangers on board!

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Discussion of what can and cannot be cost shared is in the original thread

It’s a huge can of liability sucking worms to take strangers on board!

It is, but with 5 it is only a bit more than 3

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