Fly Yourself to Work and Get Paid
Do you feel driving to and from your job site is a waste of your valuable time off? If you are paid wages and compensated for mileage currently, the Canadian Aviation Regulations state you can be paid to fly your own airplane to work allowing you to spend more of your time off doing what you want.
Absolute Aviation can help you get your license through a variety of flexible options including online ground school and accelerated classroom options. Support in finding an aircraft to suit your needs and budget can also be available. The Wetaskiwin based maintenance division of Absolute Aviation is also available to provide quality regular maintenance and servicing. Further, hangar space is available at many Alberta airports including Wetaskiwin Regional Airport either for rent, purchase, or construction. A unique project called Skyport Properties is under development in Wetaskiwin and features lots available for hangars to be built including living quarters.
Canadian Aviation Regulations – Reimbursement of Costs Incurred in Respect of a Flight
The holder of a private pilot license may receive reimbursement from the holder’s employer for costs incurred in respect of a flight if the holder is:
- Is employed on a full-time basis by the employer for purposes other than flying;
- Conducts the flight on the employer’s business and the flight is incidental to the execution of the holder’s duties; and
- Receives a reimbursement that:
- In the case of an aircraft owned by the holder, is paid at a rate based on distance travelled or number of hours flown that does not exceed the total of the holder’s direct operating costs and the fees charged against the aircraft in respect of the flight, or
- In the case of a rental aircraft, does not exceed the total of the holder’s rental costs, direct operating costs and the fees charged against the aircraft in respect of the flight.