Appendix 3 - Regulatory Compliance Checklists

Any Canadian operator wishing to operate the Gulfstream GLF5 aircraft will have to demonstrate to Transport Canada that the aircraft fully complies with all applicable CAR 605/704 parts prior to that aircraft entering service. This checklist may be used by the operator to show compliance with those items listed in it.

CAR Amdt. Requirement GAC Position GAC Comment TCCA Finding
* CAR 605 – Aircraft Requirements *
605.01
1) a-b
2 a-d
2006/06/30

Application

  1. Applies to
    1. Canadian A/C
    2. Foreign A/C operated by Canadian citizens, residents or corporations.
  2. Apply to persons operating foreign A/C in Canada, other than (1)(b)
    1. Carry a flight authority
    2. Transponder and automatic pressure-altitude
    3. ELT
    4. Radio communication and radio navigation
 

1) Noted

2) Not Applicable

Operator responsibility  
605.03   Flight Authority Not applicable    
605.04
1)
2)
 

Availability of Aircraft Flight Manual

  1. If flight manual is required, the flight manual or operating manual must be available to the flight crew
  2. Flight manual or incorporated parts in A/C operating manual shall include all the amendments and supplementary material
All flight manuals & supplements are provided at delivery. Complies  
605.05  

Markings and Placards

No take-off without proper markings or placards installed

Aircraft will be delivered with the appropriate markings and placards as required by the certification basis.
(See TCDS T00008WI)
Operator responsibility  
605.06   Aircraft Equipment Standards and Serviceability Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.07
1)
2)
3)
 

Aircraft Requirements General – Minimum equipment List

  1. Master minimum equipment list established by the Minister
  2. Supplement by Minister if issued by foreign state
  3. Approved by the Minister for each operator
An approved MMEL is available for each delivered aircraft. Operator responsibility  
605.08   Aircraft Requirements General- Unserviceable and removed equipment –general Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.09
1) a-b
2)
 

Aircraft Requirements General- Unserviceable and removed equipment –aircraft with a minimum equipment list

  1. No take-off unless
    1. Accordance with conditions in the min. equipment list
    2. Min. equipment list carried on board
  2. Airworthiness prevails on min. equipment list
An approved MMEL is available for each delivered aircraft Operator responsibility  
605.10
1) a-e
2) a-c
 

Aircraft Requirements General- Unserviceable and removed equipment –aircraft without a minimum equipment list

  1. No take-off where the equipment is required by
    1. Day or night VFR or IFR flight standards
    2. Equipment list published by the manufacturer
    3. Air operator certificate, private operator certificate, special flight operations cert., flight training unit cert.
    4. Airworthiness directive
    5. Regulations
  2. No take-off unless
    1. Unserviceable equipment isolated or secured
    2. Placards installed
    3. Journey log entry
An approved MMEL is available for each delivered aircraft Operator responsibility  
605.11
to 605.13
  Reserved   Noted  
605.14
a-n
 

Power driven aircraft – Day VFR
No take-off unless

  1. Altimeter in uncontrolled airspace
  2. Sensitive altimeter adjustable for barometric pressure in controlled airspace
  3. Airspeed indicator
  4. Magnetic compass or magnetic direction indicator
  5. Tachometer
  6. Oil pressure indicator
  7. Coolant temperature indicator
  8. Oil temperature indicator
  9. Manifold pressure gauge
    1. Variable-pitch propeller
    2. N/A (helicopter)
    3. Supercharged engine
    4. Turbocharged engine
  10. Means for
    1. Fuel quantity
    2. Position of landing gear
  11. Radiocommunication system if A/C
    1. Class B, C, D airspace
    2. MF area
    3. ADIZ
  12. Radiocommunication system
  13. Radio navigation equipment for Class B airspace
  14. Radio navigation adequate to receive radio signals for Subpart 4 of this Part or Subpart 5 of Part VII

Aircraft included the required equipment for Day VFR

g. Not applicable

i. Not applicable

Aircraft Complies  
605.15
1) a-i
2)
 

Power driven aircraft – VFR OTT

  1. No take-off unless
    1. Equipment in 605.14(c) to (j)
    2. Sensitive altimeter adjustable for barometric pressure
    3. Means of icing for airspeed indicator
    4. Gyroscopic direction indicator or stabilized magnetic direction indicator
    5. Attitude indicator
    6. Turn and slip indicator or turn coordinator
    7. Means of establishing direction not dependant on a magnetic source for Northern Domestic Airspace
    8. Radiocommunication
    9. Radio navigation
  2. With a 3rd attitude indicator 360o, turn and slip indicator can be replace with a slip-skid indicator
Aircraft includes the required equipment for VFR OTT Aircraft Complies  
605.16
1) a-k
2)
3)
4) a-d
 

Power driven aircraft – Night VFR

  1. No take-off unless
    1. Equipment in 605.14 (c) to (n)
    2. Sensitive altimeter adjustable for barometric pressure
    3. Turn and slip indicator or turn coordinator
    4. Energy for all electrical and radio
    5. Spare fuses (>50%)
    6. Stabilized magnetic direction indicator or gyroscopic direction indicator if aerodrome is not visible
    7. Means of establishing direction not dependant on a magnetic source for Northern Domestic Airspace
    8. Radar reflectors if operated in controlled airspace
    9. Illumination for instruments
    10. Landing light if passengers
    11. Position and anti-collision lights if passenger
  2. With a 3rd attitude indicator 360o, turn and slip indicator can be replace with a slip-skid indicator
  3. No lights other than navigation light
  4. For Subpart 4 of this Part or Subpart 2 to 5 of Part VII, no operation unless
    1. Attitude indicator
    2. Vertical speed indicator
    3. Means of icing airspeed indicator
    4. Outside air temperature gauge

Aircraft includes the required equipment for Night VFR

e. Not applicable

h. Not applicable

Aircraft Complies  
605.17
1)
2)
 

Use of Position and Anti-collision Lights

  1. No operation without position light and anti-collision light turned on
  2. Anti-collision can be turned off for safety interests
Position and Anti-collision lights are included in the aircraft Operator responsibility  
605.18
a-j
 

Power driven aircraft – IFR
No take-off unless

  1. By day, equipment required in 605.16(a) to (h)
  2. By night, equipment required in 605.16(1)(a) to (k)
  3. Attitude indicator
  4. Vertical speed indicator
  5. Outside air temperature gauge
  6. Means of icing airspeed indicator
  7. Warning device or vacuum indicator showing the power available to gyroscopic instruments
  8. Alternative source of static pressure for altimeter, airspeed indicator and vertical speed indicator
  9. Radio communication
  10. Radio navigation and instrument display
    1. For destination aerodrome or other suitable landing
    2. For instrument approach or missed approach procedure, in IMC
Aircraft complies to requirements of Power driven aircraft-IFR Aircraft Complies  
605.19   Balloons – Day VFR Not applicable    
605.20   Balloons – Night VFR Not applicable    
605.21   Gliders – Day VFR Not applicable    
605.22
1)
2)
3)
 

Aircraft equipment requirements – seat and safety belt requirements

  1. Safety belt for each person except infant
  2. (1) Not applicable for two persons safety belt A/C
  3. Latching device of the metal-to-metal type
Operator responsibility to ensure that an approved seat/safety belt is provided for each passenger. Standard A/C configuration baseline is furnished with two approved flight crew belts (TSO C-22g) and approved shoulder harnesses (TSO C-114) Operator responsibility  
605.23   Restraint system requirements Not Applicable    

605.24
1)
2)
3)
4)
5) a-c

 

Shoulder harness requirements

  1. All front seat or flight deck seat
  2. Flight attendant seat for transport category
  3. Forward or aft-facing seat
  4. N/A (helicopter)
  5. For each person when A/C is performing the following operations
    1. Aerobatic maneuvers
    2. N/A (helicopter)
    3. Aerial application, aerial inspection other than calibrating
  1. Aircraft Complies
  2. Not applicable
  3. Fitted w/approved harness (C-22g)
  4. Not applicable
  5. Fitted w/approved harness (C-114)
Operator responsibility  
605.25   General use of safety belts and restraint systems Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.26   Use of passenger safety belts and restraint systems. Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.27   Use of crew member safety belts Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.28   Child restraint system Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.29
a-b
 

Flight control locks
No usage unless

  1. Incapable of becoming engaged when A/C operated
  2. Unmistakable warning
The primary flight control systems on the standard aircraft complies. The on-ground gust locking of the control surfaces is accomplished by installing an adjustable nylon strap connecting the pilot's right-hand rudder pedal to the control wheel. This strap is not an integral part of the flight control systems. The presence and, in turn, engagement of the gust lock is unmistakable by the flight crew as it resides in their direct line of interface with the control column and rudder pedals. It is not possible to taxi or to move any of the primary flight controls without first removing the gust lock. Engagement of the gust lock thus requires intentional effort by the flight crew. Aircraft Complies  
605.30 a-b  

De-icing or icing conditions
No take-off where icing conditions unless

  1. A/C is equipped adequately
  2. Weather or pilot reports indicate that icing conditions no longer exist
A/C approved to operate in icing conditions. (Ref AFM) Operator responsibility  
605.31
1)
2)
 

Oxygen equipment and supply

  1. N/A (unpressurized aircraft)
  2. Sufficient oxygen units and supply for pressurized A/C, see requirements Table
  1. Not applicable
  2. A/C complies
Operator responsibility to demonstrate compliance to this requirement.  
605.32
1)
2)
3) a-b
 

Use of oxygen

  1. Cabin-pressure between 10,000 feet and 13,000 feet oxygen mask for crew members
  2. Cabin-pressure above13,000 feet oxygen mask for each person
  3. Oxygen mask for pilot
    1. Above flight level 250 without quick-donning mask
    2. Above flight level 410 with quick-donning mask
A/C complies Operator responsibility to address passenger requirements.  
605.33
1) a-d
2)
 

Flight Data recorder and cockpit voice recorder

  1. Flight Data recorder needed for following multi-engined turbine-powered A/C witch
    1. TC authorizing 30 or fewer passenger, configured for 10 or more passengers seats
    2. TC authorizing 30 or fewer passenger, configured for 20 to 30 passengers seats
    3. TC authorizing more than 30 passenger
    4. TC authorizing cargo transport
  2. Cockpit voice recorder needed for multi-engined turbine-powered of six or more passengers seats and two pilots.

Not Applicable – Aircraft configured to a maximum of 8 passengers.

1) FDR is available as an option per Modsum 060T000109.

2) An approved Cockpit Voice Recorder is included in the 60XR baseline configuration.
A 2 hour Cockpit Voice Recorder is available as an option per Modsum 060T000315.

Operator responsibility  
605.34
1) a-b
2)
3)
4) a-b
5) a-b
 

Use of flight data recorders and cockpit voice recorders

  1. For A/C that required flight data recorder or cockpit voice recorder
    1. Flight data recorder operated from take-off to landing
    2. Cockpit voice recorder operated while electrical power is provided
  2. No person shall erase any communication
  3. In accordance with the minimum equipment list, A/C can be operate without serviceable flight data recorder and voice recorder
  4. If no min. equipment list, A/C can operate for 90 days without flight data recorder if
    1. Cockpit voice recorder is serviceable
    2. Technical records show the date of failure
  5. If no min. equipment list, A/C can operate for 90 days without cockpit voice recorder if
    1. Flight data recorder is serviceable
    2. Technical records shows the date of failure

1a) FDR is available as an option per Modsum 060T000109.

1b) The CVR is powered from Right DC Bus 1.

2-5) Operator responsibility

Operator responsibility  
605.35
1)
2) a-b
3) a-c
 

Transponder and Automatic Pressure-altitude reporting equipment

  1. In transponder airspace, transponder and automatic pressure-altitude reporting equipment is required
  2. A/C can be operated without if
    1. Accordance with min. equipment list
    2. If no min. equipment list, A/C can be operated
      1. To next aerodrome
      2. Accordance to air traffic, etc.
  3. Air traffic control unit may authorize operation without if
    1. ATCU provides air traffic control service
    2. ATCU received a request to operate
    3. Safety not affected

1) Transponders certified to TSO C112 are included in the standard aircraft.

2-3) Operator responsibility

Operator responsibility  
605.36
1)
2) a-b
 

Altitude Alerting system or Device

  1. Required for take-off of turbo-jet-powered aeroplane
  2. May be operated without if
    1. Accordance with the min. equipment list
    2. If no min. equipment list
      1. To next place where the A/C can be equipped
      2. Flight test, pilot proficiency check, flight crew member training
      3. To next aerodrome where it can be repaired or replaced

Altitude Alerting function is performed by the ADC’s and aural and visual warnings (EFIS) are provided.

2. Operator responsibility

Operator responsibility  
605.37
1)
2)
3)
 

Ground Proximity warning system

  1. Required for turbo-jet-powered aeroplane with MCTOW >15 000kg and 10 or more passengers
  2. May be operated without if accordance to min. equipment list
  3. May be operated without for safety interests
A/C Complies. An approved EGPWS is available. Operator responsibility  
605.38
1)
2)
3) a-h
4) a-b
 

ELT

  1. One or more ELTs required to operate A/C
  2. Quantity and type of ELTs defined in ELT Requirements table
  3. May be operated without if
    1. N/A (glider, balloon, etc.)
    2. Repealed
    3. Special agreement and serviceable radio transmitter that
      1. Approved by state
      2. Distinctive audio signal and designated frequencies
    4. Flight training
    5. Flight test
    6. Flight operations to manufacture, preparation or delivery
    7. Parachute
    8. Accordance with 605.39
  4. ELTs on 406 MHz must be registered with
    1. Canadian beacon Registry of the National Search and Rescue Secreteriat
    2. Authority of the country

A/C Complies. An ELT is provided.

3. a,b Not applicable

Complies  
605.39   Use of ELT’s Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.40   ELT Activation Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.41
1) a-b
2) a-c
3) a-c
4)
 

Third Attitude Indicator

  1. Required for turbo-jet-powered aeroplane under Part VII unless
    1. MCTOW < 5 700kg
    2. Was operated in Canada in a commercial air service Oct. 10, 1996
  2. May take-off without if
    1. N/A (helicopter)
    2. Powered by reciprocating engine
    3. Not operated pursuant to Part VII
  3. Required for turbo-propeller under Part VII unless
    1. Passenger seating config <= 30
    2. Payload capacity <= 3 207kg
    3. Manufactured prior March 20, 1997
  4. After December 20, 2010, required for turbo-propeller with Passenger seating config <= 10 under Part VII
A standby attitude indicator is provided as part of A/C configuration. Aircraft Complies  
605.42 – 605.83   [ reserved ] Noted    
605.84
1) a-c
2)
3) a-b
4)
 

Aircraft Maintenance – General

  1. Special certificate of airworthiness in owner-maintenance required to take-off unless
    1. Accordance with any airworthiness limitations
    2. Meets reqs of airworthiness directives 593.02
    3. Meets reqs of notices equivalent to airworthiness directives
      1. Authority of foreign state responsible for type certification
      2. Authority of foreign state manufactured product
  2. Airworthiness prevails on a foreign notice
  3. Canadian aircraft owner can be exempt to comply of airworthiness directive if
    1. Compliance is impractical or unnecessary
    2. Level of safety equivalent
  4. Alternative means of compliance can be approved if level of safety is provided, etc.
Manuals provided with A/C Complies  
605.85   Maintenance Release and Elementary Work Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.86
1) a-b
2)
3) a-b
 

Maintenance Schedule

  1. No take-off unless the A/C is maintained in accordance with
    1. Maintenance schedule conforms to Aircraft Equipment and Maintenance Standards
    2. Maintenance approved by the Minister
  2. Minister approve schedule conforms to Aircraft Equipment and Maintenance Standards
  3. Minister authorize deviation of schedule if
    1. Submit a request
    2. Not affect safety
Manuals provided with A/C Complies  
605.87   Transfer of aeronautical products between maintenance schedules Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.88
1)
2)
 

Inspection after Abnormal Occurrences

  1. Inspection accordance to Aircraft Equipment and Maintenance Schedule is needed when A/C been subjected to abnormal occurrence
  2. Pilot-in-command may performed inspection if not involving disassembly
Unscheduled maintenance tasks are provided in the Aircraft Maintenance manual Operator responsibility  
605.89 – 605.91   [ reserved ] Noted    
605.92   Requirement to keep technical records Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.93   Technical records Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.94   Journey Log requirements Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.95   Journey Log – Carrying on Board Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.96   Requirements for Technical records other than a journey log Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.97   Transfer of records Not applicable Operator responsibility  
605.98 – 605.110   [ reserved ] Noted    
* CAR 704 – Aircraft Requirements *
704.01
a-c
 

General – Application

(a) a multi-engined aeroplane that has a MCTOW of 8 618 kg (19,000 pounds) or less and a seating configuration, excluding pilot seats, of 10 to 19 inclusive;

(b) a turbo-jet-powered aeroplane that has a maximum zero fuel weight of 22 680 kg (50,000 pounds) or less and for which a Canadian type certificate has been issued authorizing the transport of not more than 19 passengers;

(b.1) a multi-engined helicopter with a seating configuration, excluding pilot seats, of 10 to 19 inclusive, unless it is certified for operation with one pilot and operated under VFR; and

(c) any aircraft that is authorized by the Minister to be operated under this Subpart.

Noted    
704.02   Aircraft Operation Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.03 – 704.06   [reserved] Noted Operator responsibility  
704.07   Issuance of amendment of approved operator certificate Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.08   Content of air operator certificate Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.09   General conditions of air operator certificate Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.10 – 704.11   [reserved] Noted Operator responsibility  
704.12   Flight operations – Operating instructions Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.13   General operational information Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.14   Scheduled Air Service Requirements Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.15   Operational Control System Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.16   Flight authorization Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.17   Operational flight plan Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.18  

Maintenance of aircraft

A/C has to be maintained in accordance to operator’s maintenance control system

Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.19   Checklist Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.20   Fuel requirements Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.21   Admission to flight deck Not applicable Not applicable  
704.22  

Simulation of emergency situations

No emergency simulation that could affect the A/C when passengers on board

Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.23   VFR Flight Obstacle Clearance Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.24   VFR Flight Minimum Flight Visibility - Uncontrolled Airspace Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.25   VFR flight weather conditions Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.26   Take off minima Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.27   No Alternate Aerodrome - IFR Flight Not applicable Operator responsibility
704.28   VFR OTT flight Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.29   Routes in uncontrolled airspace Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.30   [reserved] Noted    
704.31   Minimum altitudes and distances Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.32
1)
2)
3)
 

Weight and balance control

  1. Load restrictions, weight and center of gravity conform to flight manual during flight
  2. Weight and balance system that meets the Commercial Air Service Standards
  3. Operation manual include weight and balance system and Instructions to employees regarding weight and balance forms
Actual weight and balance information is provided at delivery for each aircraft. Weight and balance instructions are provided in the Aircraft manual. Operator responsibility  
704.33   Apron and Cabin Safety Procedures Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.34   Briefing of passengers Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.35  

Safety features card

Operator provide safety features card to each passenger

Safety Cards provided Operator responsibility  
704.36
1) a-b
2) a-b
 

Instrument Approach Procedures

  1. No person shall conduct a CAT II or CAT III precision approach unless
    1. air operator is authorized to do so
    2. approach is conducted in accordance w/Manual of All Weather Operations (Categories II and III)
  2. No person shall terminate an instrument approach w/a landing unless, immediately prior to landing, pilot-in-command ascertains, by means of radio communication or visual inspection,
    1. condition of runway or surface of intended landing; and
    2. wind direction and speed
Operator responsibility Operator responsibility  
704.37
1) a-d
2) a-d
3) a-e
4) a-d
 

Approach Bans-Non-precision, APV and CAT I Precision

  1. For the purposes of subsection (2) to (4), the visibility w/respect to aeroplane is less than the min. visibility required for non-precision approach, an APV or a CAT I precision approach if, in respect of the advisory visibility specified in the Canada Air Pilot and set out in column I of an item in the table to this section.
    section a-d
  2. No person shall continue a non-precision approach or an APV unless;
    sections a-d
  3. No person shall continue an SCDA non-precision approach unless;
    sections a-e
  4. No person shall continue a CAT I precision approach to a runway with centerline lighting or a CAT I precision approach in an aeroplane equipped w/ a HUD unless;
    sections a-d
Operator responsibility Operator responsibility  
704.38 – 704.43   [ reserved ] Noted    
704.44
a-b
 

Aircraft performance operating limitations – Exceptions
Person may operate A/C without complying with reqs of this Division if

a. Authorized in air operator certificate
b. Complies with Commercial Air Service Standards

Noted Operator responsibility  
704.45  

General requirements

704.46 to 704.50 shall be based on data set from flight manual

Noted    
704.46   Take-off weight limitations Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.47   Net Take-off Flight Path Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.48   Enroute limitations with one engine inoperative Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.49   Dispatch limitations landing at destination and alternate Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.50   Dispatch Limitations: Wet Runway Turbo Jet powered airplanes Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.51 – 704.61   [ reserved ] Noted    
704.62
1) a-b
2)
3)
 

Division V – Aircraft equipment requirements: General requirements

  1. No operation in IMC unless
    1. At least two generators, driven by separate engine and half of which sufficient for emergency operation
    2. Two independent sources of energy and means of selecting either source, etc.
  2. N/A (helicopter)
  3. No operation at night unless one landing light

Aircraft Complies

2. Not applicable

   
704.63
1)
2)
 

Operation of Aircraft in Icing

  1. No take-off when icing condition unless the A/C is equipped and certified to operate in such condition
  2. No operation at night when icing condition unless a means to illuminate or detect ice formation
A/C is approved to operate in icing condition, reference AFM. In addition, an optional Ice Detection System is available per Modsum 060T000111. Aircraft Complies  
704.64  

Airborne Thunderstorm Detection and Weather Radar Equipment

No operation with passengers on board in IMC when thunderstorms unless the A/C equipped with thunderstorms detection or weather radar

Stormscope is available as an option per Modsum 060T000115 and meets TSO C110a.

Weather Radar is available as an option per Modsum 060T000114 and meets TSO C63c Class7.

Operator responsibility  
704.65   Additional Equipment for Single-Pilot operations Not applicable    
704.66
1)
2)
 

Protective Breathing Equipment

  1. No operation of pressurized A/C unless adequate protective breathing equipment for flight crew
  2. (1) May be used to meet the crew members oxygen reqs of 605.31
A/C complies    
704.67   First aid oxygen A/C complies    
704.68  

Shoulder harness

Shoulder harness for the pilot seat and any seat beside

A/C complies Operator responsibility  
704.69  

Pitot Heat Indication System

After June 30, no take-off when equipped w/flight instrument Pitot heating system unless also equipped w/Pitot heat indication system meeting requirements of section 525.1326 of Chapter 525-Transport Category Aeroplanes of the Airworthiness Manual

Aircraft complies. The GLF5 is equipped with pitot heat indication that complies with CAR 525.1326 Complies  
704.70
1) a-b
2) a-b
3) a-b
4) a-b
5)
 

ACAS

  1. No operation outside RVSM airspace for a turbine-powered or non turbine-powered aeroplane having an MCTOW greater than 5 700 kg, unless equipped w/an operative ACAS that;
    sections a-b
  2. No operation outside RVSM airspace for a turbine-powered aeroplane having an MCTOW greater than 15000 kg, unless equipped w/an operative ACAS that;
    sections a-b
  3. No air operator shall operate an aeroplane referred to in subsection (1) or (2) in RVSM airspace unless equipped w/an operative ACAS that;
    sections a-b
  4. May operate the aeroplane without being equipped w/ ACAS if;
    sections a-b
  5. This section does not apply in respect of aeroplanes manufactured on or before the day on which this section comes into force until 2 years after that day.
A/C Complies Operator responsibility  
704.71 – 704.82   [ reserved ] Noted    
704.83  

Hand-held Fire Extinguisher

At least one hand-held fire extinguisher in passenger compartment

A/C complies with 2 hand-held extinguisher    
704.84  

Emergency equipment

Emergency equipment carried on board and inspected in accordance to the schedule

A/C complies Operator responsibility  
704.85 – 704.105   [ reserved ] Noted    
704.106   Personnel requirements – Minimum crew Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.107   Designation of Pilot-in-command and second in command Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.108   Flight crew member responsibilities Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.109   Qualifications of Operational Control personnel Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.110   Check Authority Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.111   Validity period Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.112 – 704.114   [ reserved ] Noted    
704.115
1) a-b
2) a-e
3) a-c
 

Training program

  1. Establish and maintain a ground and flight training program
    1. Competences to perform the person’s assigned duties
    2. Approved by the Minister
  2. Ground and flight training program include
    1. For flight crew
      1. Company indoctrination
      2. Line indoctrination
      3. High-altitude
      4. Upgrading
      5. Initial and annual (A/C type, servicing and ground handling, emergency procedures, A/C surface contamination
    2. Training for operational control personnel
    3. Contamination training for operations personnel
    4. Training for personnel performing duties on board
    5. Other training to ensure safety
  3. Air operator shall
    1. Detailed syllabus of training program in operational manual
    2. Adequate facilities and qualified personnel provided
    3. Safety awareness program concerning surface contamination
Pilot training offered Operator responsibility  
704.116   Training – conditional approval of training Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.117   Training and Qualification Records Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.118   [ reserved ] Noted    
704.119   [ reserved ] Noted    
704.120   Requirements Relating to Company Operations Manual Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.121   Contents of Company Operations Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.122   Distribution of Company Operations Not applicable Operator responsibility  
704.123
1)
2) a-b
3)
 

Manual – Aircraft operating Manual

  1. Establish and maintain A/C operating manual for crew members
  2. Operating manual shall contains
    1. A/C operating procedures
    2. Performance data and limitations, only If A/C flight manual not carried on-board
  3. Operating manual shall be carried on board each A/C
Manuals are provided Operator responsibility  
704.124
1-3
 

Standard Operating Procedures

  1. Establish and maintain standard operating procedures for A/C which required two or more pilots
  2. Standard operating procedures shall be carried on board each A/C
  3. If operating manual as been established, standard operating procedures shall be part of it
Manuals are provided Operator responsibility  
704.125 – 704.127   [ reserved ] Noted    
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