Not sure what other possible conditions or circumstances you are wanting to have covered, but these are the only three referenced by the FAA, justifying relief, and intended to be covered in their discretionary enforcement of the deadline, and also referenced by Pilot Institute here. There are no others. I agree that the published rule doesn't have the same specificity, but expecting relief from enforcement for some other unspecified reason, independent and unrelated to the three, is highly unlikely. However, it does state that the totality of all the circumstances will be examined on a case by case basis. Whatever your excuse is, one would be advise to at least try to make it fit into some form of one of those three. Those are the three safe harbor excuses.Thanks for publishing the rule; the rule that everybody knows about. However, that wasn't my question, I didn't ask for the rule. I asked for where in the rule does it list that these are the only 3 conditions. I read the whole rule and I didn't see where it listed those as the only 3 conditions. Could you please put a point on in the rule where the three you referenced in post #35 are the only three conditions that are covered? Please tell me specifically where it is mentioned or better yet, just post the exact text from the rule for those 3 sections and then we are done. If you cannot post the exact text and you have interpreted the rule to mean covering those conditions, please indicate this is your interpretation of the rule; that's fine too.
BTW, I agree those 3 conditions are covered by the rule. Just want to know where in the rule this is specifically mentioned.