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Canadian Aviation Regulations

Version of section 602.150 from 2006-03-22 to 2008-09-04:


 In this Division,

base level

base level means the original base level of an operator and any subsequent changes to it made pursuant to subsection 6(3) or section 8 of the Order or section 602.155; (niveau de base)

Chapter 2 aeroplane

Chapter 2 aeroplane means an aeroplane that does not conform to the noise emission standards set out in Chapter 3 of ICAO Annex 16, Volume I, second edition, 1988, or the Stage 3 noise limits set out in section C36.5(a)(3) of Appendix C of Part 36 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, published by the Government of the United States, in effect on August 18, 1990; (avion — chapitre 2)

Chapter 3 aeroplane

Chapter 3 aeroplane means a subsonic turbo-jet aeroplane with a MCTOW of 34 000 kg (74,956 pounds) or greater that conforms to the noise emission standards set out in Chapter 3 of ICAO Annex 16, Volume I, second edition, 1988, or the Stage 3 noise limits set out in section C36.5(a)(3) of Appendix C of Part 36 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, published by the Government of the United States, in effect on August 18, 1990; (avion — chapitre 3)

fleet

fleet means the Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 aeroplanes owned, leased or leased out by an operator that are intended for operation in Canada; (flotte)

new entrant

new entrant means an operator that had not begun operating an aeroplane to or from an aerodrome in Canada as of August 1, 1995, and includes a Canadian operator that elected to operate an aeroplane in Canada as a new entrant pursuant to section 7 of the Order or section 602.154; (nouvel entrant)

northern operation

northern operation means the take-off or landing of an aeroplane at an aerodrome within the designated area as that term is defined in subsection 67(1) of the National Transportation Act, 1987; (opération dans le Nord)

Order

Order means the Transition to Chapter 3 Aeroplanes Order (Air Navigation Order, Series V, No. 35) that was registered as SOR/95-389 and that came into force on August 1, 1995; (Arrêté)

original base level

original base level means the base level of an operator established pursuant to subsection 6(2) of the Order; (niveau de base initial)

wide-body aeroplane

wide-body aeroplane means an aeroplane that, in its passenger configuration, has more than one aisle. (gros porteur)

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