Failure of a Flight Test — Schedules 9 to 18 to Flight Testing Standards
408.19 In the case of a flight test conducted in accordance with Schedules 9 to 18 to the flight testing standards, a candidate fails the flight test if
(a) the candidate performs an air flight test item using unsafe airmanship or completes the item with major deviations from the level of competency required for the issuance of a commercial pilot licence — aeroplane or a commercial pilot licence — helicopter;
(b) the candidate fails to use appropriate and effective visual scanning techniques to ensure that the area is cleared before or while performing an item that involves visual manoeuvres;
(c) the candidate acts or fails to act in such a manner that the examiner is required to take corrective action to maintain safe flight;
(d) the candidate instructs, on the ground or in the air, in a manner that the examiner determines would result in a lack of understanding or in a misunderstanding that could lead to a dangerous flight situation;
(e) the candidate fails to accomplish the aim of one or more of the items of the flight test;
(f) the candidate does not demonstrate the level of technical proficiency or knowledge necessary to carry out the functions of a holder of a flight instructor rating; or
(g) the candidate displays an ineffective instructional technique.
- SOR/2011-284, s. 16.
PART V — AIRWORTHINESS
500.01 In this Part, “rotorcraft” means a gyroplane or a helicopter.
- SOR/98-526, s. 2;
- SOR/2009-280, s. 23.
Subpart 1 — Annual Airworthiness Information Report
Requirement to Report
501.01 (1) Subject to subsection (2), the owner of a Canadian aircraft, other than an ultra-light aeroplane, shall submit to the Minister an Annual Airworthiness Information Report in respect of the aircraft, in the form and manner specified in Chapter 501 of the Airworthiness Manual, either as
(a) an individual report; or
(b) where approved in conformity with Chapter 501 of the Airworthiness Manual, a consolidated fleet report.
(2) The submission of the Annual Airworthiness Information Report is not required where the aircraft is out of service and its owner
(a) reports, in the form and manner specified in Chapter 501 of the Airworthiness Manual, that the aircraft is out of service and is expected to remain out of service for one or more of the reporting periods for which an Annual Airworthiness Information Report would otherwise be required; and
(b) notifies the Minister forthwith when that aircraft is brought back into service.
Information to Be Reported
501.02 The owner of a Canadian aircraft shall provide in the Annual Airworthiness Information Report the information on the characteristics of the aircraft and on the maintenance of its airworthiness that is specified in Chapter 501 of the Airworthiness Manual.
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