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Duty Days, Flying Days and Per Diems in Business Aviation

In the realm of business aviation, contracts can vary significantly, with some being favorable and others less so.

As a mentor, my goal is to help you understand the significance of certain aspects, so you can form your own opinion and determine if the proposed deal aligns with your expectations.

This video delves into contracts and agreements within the European Business Aviation Industry.

Duty days refer to the days when you are scheduled to work, including any associated responsibilities or tasks.

Flying days, on the other hand, specifically pertain to the days when you are actively flying on the jet.

Per diems cover expenses such as meals when you are away from your home base, are another vital component of many aviation contracts.

Understanding the nuances of duty days, flying days, and per diems is crucial in navigating the diverse landscape of contracts that you may encounter.

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