Canadian Aviation Regulations
602.128 (1) No pilot-in-command of an IFR aircraft shall conduct an instrument approach procedure except in accordance with the minima specified in the Canada Air Pilot or the Restricted Canada Air Pilot.
(2) No pilot-in-command of an IFR aircraft shall, unless the required visual reference necessary to continue the approach to land has been established,
(a) in the case of a CAT I or CAT II precision approach, continue the final approach descent below the decision height; or
(b) in the case of a non-precision approach, descend below the minimum descent altitude.
(3) Where the pilot-in-command of an IFR aircraft conducting an instrument approach does not establish the required visual reference referred to in subsection (2), the pilot-in-command shall initiate a missed approach procedure
(a) in the case of a CAT I or CAT II precision approach, at decision height; and
(b) in the case of a non-precision approach, at the missed approach point.
(4) Notwithstanding anything in this Division, no pilot-in-command of an IFR aircraft shall conduct a precision approach to CAT II or CAT III minima unless
(a) the flight crew has received the training specified in the Manual of All Weather Operations (Categories II and III); and
(b) the aircraft is operated in accordance with the procedures, the equipment requirements and the limitations specified in the manual referred to in paragraph (a).
- SOR/2006-199, s. 12
- SOR/2014-131, s. 17
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