General Conditions of Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate
701.09 A Canadian foreign air operator certificate shall contain the following general conditions:
(a) the foreign air operator shall have a valid air operator certificate or equivalent document issued by the state of the foreign air operator;
(b) the foreign air operator shall make no change in its air transport service in Canada, except in the case of an emergency, without notifying the Minister;
(c) the foreign air operator shall notify the Minister within 10 working days after any change in its legal name or trade name;
(d) the foreign air operator shall conduct flight operations in accordance with the ICAO standards;
(e) the foreign air operator shall maintain its aircraft in accordance with the ICAO standards;
(f) the foreign air operator shall comply with the applicable provisions of these Regulations; and
(g) the foreign air operator shall conduct a safe operation.
Issuance of Flight Authorization
701.10 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 a flight authorization
(a) to conduct an overflight of Canada or to perform a technical landing in Canada; or
(b) to operate a foreign state aircraft in Canada.
Contents of Flight Authorization
701.11 A flight authorization shall contain
(a) the name of the holder of the flight authorization or of the person responsible for the flight;
(b) the type of aircraft, the registration mark and, if applicable, the serial number;
(c) the routing;
(d) the date and time of arrival at, and departure from, the airports concerned;
(e) the places of embarkation or disembarkation of passengers or freight;
(f) an authorization for the transportation of dangerous goods or agricultural products, if applicable;
(g) in the case of a foreign state aircraft, an authorization to conduct flight operations referred to in section 701.19, 701.20 or 701.21;
(h) a requirement to conduct all operations in accordance with the applicable provisions of these Regulations; and
(i) any condition pertaining to the operation that the Minister deems necessary for aviation safety.
Division III — Flight Operations
Extended Range Twin-engined Operations
701.16 (1) Subject to subsection (2), no foreign air operator shall commence a flight in Canada in a twin-engined aeroplane certified for more than 20 passenger seats that is intended to be operated on a route containing a point that is farther from an adequate aerodrome than the distance that can be flown in 60 minutes at the one-engine-inoperative cruise speed, unless the flight is conducted wholly within Canadian Domestic Airspace.
(2) A foreign air operator may commence a flight referred to in subsection (1) where
(a) the aeroplane is turbine-powered;
(b) the foreign air operator holds a valid authorization or equivalent document issued by the state of the foreign air operator for extended range twin-engined operations; and
(c) the foreign air operator is authorized to do so in its Canadian foreign air operator certificate.
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