Canadian Aviation Regulations (SOR/96-433)
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Regulations are current to 2023-03-06 and last amended on 2022-12-21. Previous Versions
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— SOR/2019-130, s. 3
3 Subpart 5 of Part VI of Schedule II to Subpart 3 of Part I of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after the reference “Section 605.34.2”:
Column I Column II Maximum Amount of Penalty ($) Designated Provision Individual Corporation Section 605.34.3 1,000 5,000
— SOR/2019-130, s. 5
5 (1) Subsection 605.34(1) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:
605.34 (1) This section applies in respect of the following aircraft:
(a) a multi-engined turbine-powered aircraft that is configured for six or more passenger seats and is operated by two flight crew members, regardless of the minimum crew requirements set out in the aircraft type certificate or the subpart under which the aircraft is operated;
(b) a turbine-powered aeroplane that was type-certificated on or after January 1, 2016 and for which more than one flight crew member is required by the aircraft type certificate or by the subpart under which the aeroplane is operated;
(c) a turbine-powered aeroplane with an MCTOW of more than 27 000 kg (59,525 pounds) that was type-certificated after September 30, 1969 and was manufactured before January 1, 1987;
(d) a large aeroplane that was manufactured on or after January 1, 1987; and
(e) a transport category helicopter with an MCTOW of more than 7 000 kg (15,400 pounds).
(2) Paragraph 605.34(4)(c) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:
(c) the aircraft is described in paragraph (1)(a), its operator is authorized to conduct single-pilot operations in an air operator certificate issued under Subpart 3 of Part VII and the following conditions are met:
(i) the period during which the aircraft is operated without a serviceable cockpit voice recorder does not exceed 45 days from the day on which the cockpit voice recorder ceased to be serviceable,
(ii) the requirements of paragraph 703.66(a) cannot be met because the auto-pilot is not serviceable,
(iii) the aircraft is operated by two pilots who meet the requirements of section 703.88, and
(iv) aircraft technical records that indicate the dates on which the cockpit voice recorder and the auto-pilot ceased to be serviceable are carried on board the aircraft.
— SOR/2019-130, s. 6
6 The Regulations are amended by adding the following after section 605.34.2:
Data Link Communications
605.34.3 If an aircraft is equipped with a cockpit voice recorder and data-link communications equipment, no person shall dispatch or conduct a take-off in the aircraft unless the aircraft is equipped with a data-link recorder that conforms to section 551.101 of Chapter 551 of the Airworthiness Manual and section 625.34 of Standard 625 — Aircraft Equipment and Maintenance of the General Operating and Flight Rules Standards.
— SOR/2020-238, s. 3
3 The reference “Subsection 605.38.1(1)” in column I of Subpart 5 of Part VI of Schedule II to Subpart 3 of Part I of the Regulations and the corresponding amounts in column II are repealed.
— SOR/2020-238, s. 5(1)
5 (1) Subsection 605.38(1) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:
(1) Subject to subsection (3), no person shall operate an aircraft unless it is equipped with one or more ELTs, in accordance with subsection (2), that transmit simultaneously on the 406 MHz and 121.5 MHz frequencies.
— SOR/2020-238, s. 7
7 Section 605.38.1 of the Regulations and the heading before it are repealed.
— SOR/2021-269, s. 2(2)
2 (2) Subpart 2 of Part III of Schedule II to Subpart 3 of Part I of the Regulations is amended by striking out the reference “Subsection 302.601(2)” in column I and the corresponding amounts in column II.
— SOR/2021-269, s. 5
5 Section 302.601 of the Regulations and the heading before it are repealed.
— SOR/2021-269, s. 6
6 Sections 302.603 and 302.604 of the Regulations are replaced by the following:
302.603 The operator of an airport shall notify the Minister, no later than 90 days before the end of the period referred to in paragraph 302.600(5)(a) or (b), as applicable, of the manner in which the operator intends to comply with the requirements of subsection 302.600(1).
302.604 If the operator fails to comply with the requirements of subsection 302.600(1), the Minister is authorized to make an order requiring the operator of an airport to reduce the length of the ASDA, LDA or TORA by the length required to meet the minimum length of a RESA.
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