Flight and Duty Limitations and Rest Requirements - Flightcrew Members

OMB 2120-0751

OMB 2120-0751

The certificate holder is responsible for submitting this report to the FAA no later than 10 days from the date of the extension. The submission of a report is mandatory any time the certificate holder (Part 121 Certificated Air Carriers) exceeded a maximum daily flight time limit or a maximum daily Flight Duty Period (FDP) limit. The information collection is reporting and recordkeeping in nature. The reporting is on occasion and as needed whenever flight time limits were exceeded as described above. The report must contain a description of the extended flight duty period, the circumstances surrounding the need for the extension, and if the circumstances giving rise to the extension were determined by the FAA to be within the certificate holder’s control, the corrective action(s) that the certificate holder intends to take to minimize the need for future extensions. The certificated holder must implement the required corrective action(s) within 30 days from the date of the extended flight duty period. The certificate holder reports the information to the FAA. The purpose for this report is to ensure realistic scheduling is taking place. The maximum daily flight time and FDP limits are established to mitigate the potential effects of flightcrew member fatigue by reducing exposure to long duty days. Maintaining realistic scheduling is a critical element to fatigue mitigation as it is the principal element to assuring that the certificate holder’s actual flight times and FDPs remain within the applicable limitations. The method for reporting must be in writing and transmitted via electronic mail or by facsimile.

The latest form for Flight and Duty Limitations and Rest Requirements - Flightcrew Members expires 2022-11-30 and can be found here.

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Flight Duty and Rest Requirements - Fatigue Risk Management System

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