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Old 01-20-2017, 04:57 PM   #11  
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I've heard it is correct to select "no" on the GT because it's between home and Fedex facility (not domicile). If you GT to pax airport and Pax DH on paid ticket then it's "no"(GT) "yes" (ticket)

Interesting way to split the hair.

If you had an intermediate stop or two, would you only count the last leg as taxable?






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Hmm. Without further investigation I would probably say if I did a two-leg Commercial DH on a single ticket I would claim both legs as taxable. If I stopped in the middle for a layover (visit family), I would say neither leg taxable..Clear as mud.
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Another question.

If I'm removed from a trip due to legality (duty day was going to be too long), what happens to the DH bank for the trip ? Do you lose it? Does it matter if I had already deviated the trip? (I canceled the deviation ticket once I found I was off the trip).

Been looking in the contract and on insite.
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Another question.

If I'm removed from a trip due to legality (duty day was going to be too long), what happens to the DH bank for the trip ? Do you lose it? Does it matter if I had already deviated the trip? (I canceled the deviation ticket once I found I was off the trip).

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If the company takes you off the trip, you keep the bank. If you take yourself off the trip (e.g. pdo bump with another line pilot), you lose the bank.
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Thank you very much
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Depending upon when you start working on your expense report, trip might or might not be in there.
(eg if you're a wait until a few weeks after the end of the month to start working on it the computer might not be accurate)

At the top left of the expense report there is a tab titled something like ADD Bank. Simply click on it and provide the trip number and it should autofill the info.
Or manually add it if need be.
(One of the great reasons to use FX Cal or BidX is they will have "screen" captures for you assuming you update your trips at some point in the month)

Been awhile since one's been missing for me, but I do occasionally see incorrect fare data in the FOX system.
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