Canadian Aviation Regulations
604.99 (1) Subject to sections 604.100 to 604.102, no private operator shall assign flight duty period to a flight crew member, and no flight crew member shall accept such an assignment, if the flight crew member’s flight duty period would, as a result, exceed
(a) 14 consecutive hours in a period of 24 consecutive hours; or
(b) 15 consecutive hours in a period of 24 consecutive hours, if
(i) the flight crew member’s total flight duty period in the previous 30 consecutive days does not exceed 70 hours, or
(ii) the rest period before the flight is at least 24 hours.
(2) A private operator shall ensure that, prior to reporting for flight duty, a flight crew member is provided with the minimum rest period and with any additional rest period required by this Division.
(3) A flight crew member shall use the following periods to be adequately rested prior to reporting for flight duty:
(a) the minimum rest period provided under subsection (2);
(b) any additional rest period required by this Division; and
(c) any period with no assigned duties provided under section 604.104.
- SOR/2014-131, s. 18
- SOR/2018-269, s. 18
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