D-085 is found in Section D on Page 85 of the aircraft’s Operation Specifications or Operations Manual. It’s also the specific listing of aircraft that a FAA Part 135 Air Carrier refers to. This listing defines which aircrafts carry the ability to fly for compensation and be legally available for private jet charter services.
FAA Part 135
Part 135 is a certificate that’s required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Companies that wish to operate as a non-scheduled air charter carrier require it.
Within the certificate, the following information is available:
- The pilot’s certifications and licensing requirements
- Aircraft maintenance and repair requirements
- The minimum amount of insurance coverage required
- Time limitations for pilot and crew duty time
A Charter Company’s Duty
Besides meeting the basic requirements listed in Part 135, many air charter brokers will go above and beyond to ensure the safety and comfort of the client is met.
At Stratos Jets, our aviation specialists will:
- Plan your trip down to the last detail, including concierge services, gourmet inflight menus, and hotel and restaurant reservations
- Provide accurate and competitively priced quotes
- Add an additional $25 million liability insurance policy to each booked charter
- Work with operators who operate under the highest safety and operational standards
- Conduct pre-flight reviews to ensure every detail and demand has been met or exceeded