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9.2.13 Purpose

9.2.14 Rail as the most economical means of travel

Guidance

Note: These benefits are in addition to the basic benefit in Part 1 of this Chapter.

9.2.15 Air as the most economical means of travel

Guidance

Note: These benefits are in addition to the basic benefit in Part 1 of this Chapter.

Guidance

Note for Item 1: This additional benefit should be used to transport cutlery, linen, curtains and similar items. The aim is to help the family take up Service accommodation as soon as possible.

Note for Item 2: If the travel is on a working day, any time greater than the allowable travelling time should be taken as leave.

9.2.16 Coach as the most economical means of travel

Guidance

Note 1: Coach travel will not usually be the most economical means.

Note 2: These benefits are in addition to the basic benefit in Part 1 of this Chapter.

9.2.17 Reimbursement of personal expenditure on travel

9.2.18 Members travelling without dependants

9.2.19 Delayed or interrupted posting travel

9.2.19A Rerouted travel

9.2.20 If a member's adult dependant is also a member

9.2.21 Cost limits on travel on posting and removal to certain destinations

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