700.22 (1) A flight or series of flights that terminates more than 4 one-hour time zones from the point of departure, other than flights conducted entirely within Northern Domestic Airspace, shall be limited to 3 sectors and shall be followed by a rest period that is at least equal to the length of the preceding flight duty time.
(2) Where a flight referred to in subsection (1) is a transoceanic flight, the maximum number of sectors that may be completed after the transoceanic sector is one, excluding one unscheduled technical stop.
Controlled Rest on the Flight Deck
700.23 An air operator may institute a program of controlled rest on the flight deck if
(a) the program is authorized in its air operator certificate; and
(b) the air operator and the flight crew members comply with the Commercial Air Service Standards.
Subpart 1 — Foreign Air Operations
Division I — General
701.01 This Subpart applies in respect of the operation in Canada of a foreign state aircraft or an aircraft operated by a foreign operator in an air transport service.
Requirement for Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate
701.02 (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall operate an aircraft in Canada unless the person complies with the conditions in a Canadian foreign air operator certificate issued to that person by the Minister pursuant to section 701.07.
(2) A person is not required to hold a Canadian foreign air operator certificate in order to conduct an overflight of Canada or to perform a technical landing in Canada unless the person operates the aircraft under section 701.19, 701.20 or 701.21.
(3) A person is not required to hold a Canadian foreign air operator certificate in order to operate a foreign state aircraft in Canada.
Requirements for Flight Authorization
701.03 (1) No person, other than the holder of a Canadian foreign air operator certificate, shall conduct an overflight of Canada or perform a technical landing in Canada unless the person is authorized to do so in a flight authorization issued by the Minister pursuant to section 701.10.
(2) No person shall operate a foreign state aircraft in Canada unless the person is authorized to do so in a flight authorization issued by the Minister pursuant to section 701.10.
Division II — Certification and Authorization
Issuance or Amendment of Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate
701.07 Subject to section 6.71 of the Act, the Minister shall, on receipt of an application submitted in the form and manner required by the Commercial Air Service Standards, issue or amend a Canadian foreign air operator certificate.
Contents of Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate
701.08 A Canadian foreign air operator certificate shall contain
(a) the legal name, trade name and address of the foreign air operator;
(b) the number of the foreign air operator certificate;
(c) the effective date of certification;
(d) the date of issue of the certificate;
(e) the general conditions identified in section 701.09;
(f) specific conditions with respect to
(i) the areas of operation authorized,
(ii) the types of service authorized,
(iii) the types of aircraft authorized, the conditions of operation and, if applicable, their registration, and
(iv) the base of operations and the designated points in Canada, if applicable; and
(g) where the foreign air operator complies with the Commercial Air Service Standards, operations specifications with respect to
(i) instrument approach procedures,
(ii) special weather minima authorizations,
(iii) navigation system authorizations,
(iv) authorizations concerning flight crew member complement,
(v) special helicopter procedures, and
(vi) any other condition pertaining to the operation that the Minister deems necessary for aviation safety.
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