MF Reporting Procedures When Flying Continuous Circuits
602.102 The pilot-in-command of a VFR aircraft carrying out continuous circuits at an uncontrolled aerodrome that lies within an MF area shall report
(a) when joining the downwind leg of the circuit;
(b) when on final approach, stating the pilot-in-command’s intentions; and
(c) when clear of the surface on which the aircraft has landed.
Reporting Procedures When Flying through an MF Area
602.103 The pilot-in-command of an aircraft flying through an MF area shall report
(a) before entering the MF area and, where circumstances permit, shall do so at least five minutes before entering the area, giving the aircraft’s position and altitude and the pilot-in-command’s intentions; and
(b) when clear of the MF area.
Reporting Procedures for IFR Aircraft When Approaching or Landing at an Uncontrolled Aerodrome
602.104 (1) This section applies to persons operating IFR aircraft when approaching or landing at an uncontrolled aerodrome, whether or not the aerodrome lies within an MF area.
(2) The pilot-in-command of an IFR aircraft who intends to conduct an approach to or a landing at an uncontrolled aerodrome shall report
(a) the pilot-in-command’s intentions regarding the operation of the aircraft
(i) five minutes before the estimated time of commencing the approach procedure, stating the estimated time of landing,
(ii) when commencing a circling manoeuvre, and
(iii) as soon as practicable after initiating a missed approach procedure; and
(b) the aircraft’s position
(i) when passing the fix outbound, where the pilot-in-command intends to conduct a procedure turn or, if no procedure turn is intended, when the aircraft first intercepts the final approach course,
(ii) when passing the final approach fix or three minutes before the estimated time of landing where no final approach fix exists, and
(iii) on final approach.
Noise Operating Criteria
602.105 No person shall operate an aircraft at or in the vicinity of an aerodrome except in accordance with the applicable noise abatement procedures and noise control requirements specified by the Minister in the Canada Air Pilot or Canada Flight Supplement, including the procedures and requirements relating to
(a) preferential runways;
(b) minimum noise routes;
(c) hours when aircraft operations are prohibited or restricted;
(d) arrival procedures;
(e) departure procedures;
(f) duration of flights;
(g) the prohibition or restriction of training flights;
(h) VFR or visual approaches;
(i) simulated approach procedures; and
(j) the minimum altitude for the operation of aircraft in the vicinity of the aerodrome.
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