Canadian Aviation Regulations
Version of section 604.102 from 2018-12-12 to 2023-05-17:
604.102 (1) Flight duty period may be extended by up to three hours if
(a) the pilot-in-command, after consultation with the other flight crew members, considers it safe to do so;
(b) the flight duty period is extended as a result of an unforeseen operational circumstance that occurs after the beginning of the flight duty period;
(c) the next minimum rest period is extended by an amount of time that is at least equal to the length of the extension of the flight duty period; and
(d) the pilot-in-command notifies the private operator of the unforeseen operational circumstances and of the length of the extension of the flight duty period.
(2) The private operator shall retain a copy of the notification for five years.
- SOR/2014-131, s. 18
- SOR/2018-269, ss. 9, 18
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