Appendix 2 – Compliance Checklists

Subpart 705 of the CARs Table:

Paragraph Title Compliance REMARKS
705.01 Application    
705.02 Aircraft Operation Operator Responsibility  
705.03 to .06 Reserved Noted  
705.07 Issuance or Amendment of Air Operator Certificate Operator Responsibility  
705.08 Contents of Air Operator Certificate Operator Responsibility  
705.09 General Conditions of Air Operator Certificate Operator Responsibility  
705.10 to .15 Reserved Noted  
705.16 Exceptions Operator Responsibility  
705.17 Operating Instructions Operator Responsibility  
705.18 General Operational Information Operator Responsibility  
705.19 Scheduled Air Service Requirements Operator Responsibility  
705.20 Operational Control System Operator Responsibility  
705.21 Flight Authorization Operator Responsibility  
705.22 Operational Flight Plan Operator Responsibility  
705.23 Maintenance of Aircraft Operator Responsibility.
A Transport Canada approved Maintenance Planning Document and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual complying with FAR.1529 and Appendix H will be provided to each operator.
 
705.24 Checklist Operator Responsibility.
A Transport Canada approved Maintenance Planning Document and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual complying with FAR.1529 and Appendix H will be provided to each operator.
 
705.25 Fuel Requirements Operator Responsibility  
705.26 Extended Range Twin-engine Operations The aircraft will be approved for Category II Operations post initial type certification.  
705.27 Admission to Flight Deck Operator Responsibility  
705.28 Seats for Cabin Safety Inspectors Operator Responsibility  
705.29 Flight Crew members at Controls Operator Responsibility  
705.30 Simulation of Emergency Situations Operator Responsibility  
705.31 Crew Member Briefing Operator Responsibility  
705.32 VFR Flight Obstacle Clearance Requirements Operator Responsibility  
705.33 VFR Flight Weather Conditions Operator Responsibility  
705.34 Take-off Minima Operator Responsibility  
705.35 No Alternate Aerodrome - IFR Flight Operator Responsibility  
705.36 VFT OTT Flight Operator Responsibility  
705.37 Routes in Uncontrolled Airspace Operator Responsibility  
705.38 Instrument Approach Procedures Operator Responsibility  
705.39 Weight and Balance Control Operator Responsibility  
705.40 Passenger and Cabin Safety Procedures Operator Responsibility  
705.41 Flight Attendant Stations Operator Responsibility.
Each flight attendant station will comply with FAR 25.
 
705.42 Carry-on Baggage Operator Responsibility  
705.43 Briefing of Passengers Operator Responsibility  
705.44 Safety Features Card Operator Responsibility  
705.45 to .53 Reserved Noted  
705.54 Exceptions Noted  
705.55 General Requirements Noted  
705.56 Take-off Weight Limitations Operator Responsibility.
An approved Aircraft Flight Manual providing the takeoff weight limitations will be supplied with each aircraft.
 
705.57 Net Take-off Flight Path Operator Responsibility.
An approved Aircraft Flight Manual providing the net takeoff flight path will be supplied with each aircraft.
 
705.58 Enroute Limitations with One Engine Inoperative Operator Responsibility  
705.59 Enroute Limitations with Two Engines Inoperative Operator Responsibility  
705.60 Dispatch Limitations: Landing at Destination and Alternate Aerodromes Operator Responsibility  
705.61 Dispatch Limitations: Wet Runway - Turbo-Jet-Powered Aeroplanes Operator Responsibility  
705.62 to .66 Reserved Noted  
705.67 General Requirements (a) Three independent static      pressure systems will be      provided as part of the      baseline configuration.
(b) A windshield wiper will be      provided at each pilot      station.
(c) Not applicable.
(d) Not applicable. No doors will        be installed which require to          be open during takeoff and       landing to obtain access to           an emergency exit.
(e) The toilet will be the only      compartment accessible to      passengers. Means will be      provided to unlock the toilet      door from the outside in      accordance with 25.783.
Meets regulatory requirements
705.68 Landing Lights The aircraft will be equipped with a landing light in the leading edge of each wing and one on the nose landing gear strut. (RAZ-BA690-129).
The landing lights will comply with FAR 25.1383.
Meets regulatory requirements
705.69 Operations of Aircraft in Icing Conditions Operator Responsibility  
705.70 Weather Radar Equipment The aircraft will be equipped with a weather radar system. (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets regulatory requirements
705.71 Protective Breathing Equipment (1) Three protective breathing        equipment, complying        with 25.1439, will be        provided as part of        baseline configuration.

(2) Noted.

(3)(a) One protective breathing           equipment will be           provided in the crew           compartment.
(3)(b) One PBE will be located           on the flight deck. PBE           will be provided at each           of the two flight attendant                 stations and is located           within 1 meter of the           hand-held fire                extinguisher. (RAZ-          BA690-129).
Meets regulatory requirements
705.72 First Aid Oxygen Two portable oxygen bottles, each with corresponding mask and pouch will be provided in the baseline configuration. (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets regulatory requirements
705.73 Interphone System The crew interphone system will be capable of being operated independently of the passenger address systems. Meets regulatory requirements
705.74 Public Address System A public address system will be installed which is independent of the crew interphone system. Meets regulatory requirements
705.75 Crew Member Shoulder Harnesses (1) The Flight Crew seats (TSO      C127) and the Flight      Attendant stations (TSO      C114) will be fitted with      approved safety      belt/shoulder harnesses.      (RAZ-BA690-129).

(2) Not applicable.
Meets regulatory requirements
705.76 Lavatory Fire Protection (a) A smoke detection system      will be installed in the      lavatories as per 25.854 with      warning indication provided      in cockpit.

(b) The lavatory will be      equipped with a built-in fire      extinguisher for the disposal receptacle located within the lavatory.
Meets regulatory requirements
705.77 Flammability Requirements for Aeroplane Seat Cushions All passenger compartment seat cushions will include fire-blocking material to comply with FAR 25.853. All materials in the aircraft interior will comply with FAR 25.853 as required.  
705.78 Floor Proximity Emergency Escape Path Markings The floor proximity emergency escape path marking will comply with FAR 25.812 as required. Meets regulatory requirements
705.79 Flashlight Stowage Each flight attendant station will be fitted with flashlight storage provisions. (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets regulatory requirements
705.80 to .88 Reserved Noted  
705.89 Megaphones The aircraft will be fitted with one megaphone in the entrance storage compartment. (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets regulatory requirements
705.90 First Aid Kits Two First Aid kits will be provided in the entrance stowage compartment, which will be clearly marked as to its contents. The kits will be available to crew members, passengers and are clearly identified. (RAQ-BA690-111).

First Aid kit inspection is the operator's responsibility.
Meets regulatory requirements
705.91 Emergency Medical Kit Not applicable.
The aircraft will have a seating configuration of 90 passengers maximum.
 
705.92 Crash Axe One crash axe will be provided in the cockpit. (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets regulatory requirements
705.93 Hand-Held Fire Extinguishers (1) Four Halon extinguishers will      be installed on the aircraft      and two will be located in the        passenger compartment     plus one on the flight deck         and one accessible from the       galley.

(2) The extinguishing agents will      be suitable for the kind of      fires likely to occur in the      compartment where the      extinguishing agents are      intended to be used.

(3) Not applicable. No Class E      compartment will be      provided.

(4) One Halon extinguisher will      be located on the flight deck      for use by the flight crew.

(5) Two Halon extinguishers are      located in the passenger      compartment.

(6) Four Halon extinguishers are      installed on the aircraft and      two are located in the      passenger compartment.

(7) All compartments, in which      items are stowed, are clearly      identified and marked in      accordance with 25.1561. It      is the operator's      responsibility to ensure that      these items are marked as      to date of last
Meets regulatory requirements
705.94 Portable Oxygen Two portable oxygen systems, each with corresponding mask and pouch, will be provided in accordance with 25.1443.
The systems will be installed in the entrance storage compartment. (RAZ-BA690-129).
Meets regulatory requirements
705.95 Survival Equipment Operator Responsibility  
705.96 Inspection Requirements Operator Responsibility.
Periodic inspections will be included in the Maintenance Planning Document derived from the MSG-3 process.
 
705.97 Flashlights Each flight attendant station will be fitted with one flashlight. (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets regulatory requirements
705.98 to .102 Reserved Noted  
705.103 Designation of Pilot-In-Command and Second-In-Command Operator Responsibility.  
705.104 Flight Attendant Requirements Operator Responsibility.
The aircraft baseline configuration will be fitted with two flight attendant stations.
 
705.105 Designation of In-Charge Flight Attendant Operator Responsibility.  
705.106 Pilot Qualifications Operator Responsibility  
705.107 Flight Engineer and Second Officer Qualifications Operator Responsibility  
705.108 Crew Pairing Operator Responsibility  
705.109 Flight Attendant Qualifications Operator Responsibility  
705.110 Flight Dispatcher Qualifications Operator Responsibility  
705.111 Route and Aerodrome Qualifications Operator Responsibility  
705.112 Check Authority Operator Responsibility  
705.113 Validity Period Operator Responsibility  
705.114 to .123 Reserved Noted  
705.124 Training Program Operator Responsibility See OEB Report for additional information
705.125 Conditional Approval of Training Program Operator Responsibility  
705.126 Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer Operator Responsibility  
705.127 Training and Qualification Records Operator Responsibility  
705.128 to .133 Reserved Noted  
705.134 Requirements Relating to Company Operations Manual Operator Responsibility  
705.135 Contents of Company Operations Manual Operator Responsibility  
705.136 Distribution of Company Operations Manual Operator Responsibility.  
705.137 Aircraft Operating Manual Operator Responsibility.
An approved aircraft flight manual and a flight crew operating manual will be provided with each aircraft.
 
705.138 Standard Operating Procedures Operator Responsibility See OEB Report for additional information
705.139 Flight Attendant Manual Operator Responsibility  
705.140 to .144 Reserved Noted  

Subpart 704 of the CARs Table:

Paragraph Title Compliance REMARKS
704.01 Application Noted  
704.02 Aircraft Operation Operator's responsibility.  
704.03 to .06 Reserved Operator's responsibility.  
704.07 Issuance or Amendment of Air Operator Certificate Operator's responsibility.  
704.08 Contents of Air Operator Certificate Operator's responsibility.  
704.09 General Conditions of Air Operator Certificate Operator's responsibility.  
704.10 to .11 Reserved Noted.  
704.12 Operating Instructions Operator's responsibility.  
704.13 General Operational Information Operator's responsibility.  
704.14 Scheduled Air Service Requirements Operator's responsibility.  
704.15 Operational Control System Operator's responsibility.  
704.16 Flight Authorization Operator's responsibility.  
704.17 Operational Flight Plan Operator's responsibility.  
704.18 Maintenance of Aircraft Operator's responsibility.  
704.19 Checklist Operator's responsibility. See OEB Report for additional information
704.20 Fuel Requirements Operator's responsibility.  
704.21 Admission to Flight Deck Operator's responsibility.  
704.22 Simulation of Emergency Situations Operator's responsibility.  
704.23 VFR Flight Obstacle Clearance Requirements Operator's responsibility.  
704.24 VFR Flight Minimum Flight Visibility - Uncontrolled Airspace Operator's responsibility.  
704.25 VFR Flight Weather Conditions Operator's responsibility.  
704.26 Take-Off Minima Operator's responsibility.  
704.27 No Alternate Aerodrome - IFR Flight Operator's responsibility.  
704.28 VFR OTT Flight Operator's responsibility.  
704.29 Routes in Uncontrolled Airspace Operator's responsibility.  
704.30 Instrument Approach Procedures Operator's responsibility.  
704.31 Minimum Altitudes and Distances Operator's responsibility.  
704.32 Weight and Balance Control Operator's responsibility.  
704.33 Apron and Cabin Safety Procedures Operator's responsibility.  
704.34 Briefing of Passengers Operator's responsibility.  
704.35 Safety Features Card Operator's responsibility.  
704.36 to .43 Reserved Noted.  
704.44 Exceptions Noted.  
704.45 General Requirements Noted.  
704.46 Take-off Weight Limitations Operator's responsibility.  
704.47 Net Take-off Flight Path Operator's responsibility.  
704.48 Enroute Limitations with One Engine Inoperative Operator's responsibility.  
704.49 Dispatch Limitations: Landing at Destination and Alternate Aerodromes Operator's responsibility.  
704.50 Dispatch Limitations: Wet Runway - Turbo-Jet-Powered Aeroplanes Operator's responsibility.  
704.51 to .61 Reserved Noted.  
704.62 General Requirements The baseline configuration aircraft will comply.
(1)(a):  Two generators are             coupled to each engine             auxiliary gearbox and             one generator is             coupled to the auxiliary             power unit (APU).  Also             a ram air turbine (RAT)             and two batteries are             installed to provide             sufficient power for             safe emergency             operation of the aircraft                          (RAZ-BA690-129).
(1)(b):  Each of the three             Inertial Reference             Systems (IRS) is             provided with dual             power source and             installation complies             with FAR                       25.1331(a)(2).   In the             event of a failure of the             primary source to an             IRS, it automatically             switches to the back-up                    power source and it will                      not affect the                           instruments of both      pilot stations.  At least             one power source is an             engine-driven                generator and each             source is able to drive             its assigned IRS.              (RAR-H900-250).
(2):  Not applicable.
(3): A landing light is installed      in the wing leading edge on      each side and two landing      lights are installed on the      nose gear (RAZ-BA690-     129).
Meets regulatory requirements
704.63 Operation of Aircraft in Icing Conditions Operator's responsibility.  
704.64 Airborne Thunderstorm Detection and Weather Radar Equipment Baseline configuration aircraft will comply.  An approved lightning detection system conforming to TSO C110 and digital airborne weather radar conforming to TSO C63 will be provided as part of the baseline aircraft configuration  (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets
704.65 Additional Equipment for Single-Pilot Operations Not applicable.   The CRJ-900 operation requires two pilots.  
704.66 Protective Breathing Equipment Operator's responsibility.
For the baseline configuration aircraft, a flight crew oxygen system with sufficient quantity for operations up to 51,000 feet will be certified in accordance with FAR 25.1441 through 25.1453.  The pilot and co-pilot stations of the aircraft baseline configuration will be equipped with quick-donning masks  (RAZ-BA690-129).
Meets regulatory requirements
704.67 First Aid Oxygen Operator's responsibility. Meets regulatory requirements
704.68 Shoulder Harnesses The aircraft configuration baseline will be furnished with two approved flight crew belts (TSO C127) fitted with approved safety seats/shoulder harnesses  (RAZ-BA690-129). Meets regulatory requirements
704.69 to .82 Reserved Noted.  
704.83 Hand-held Fire Extinguisher Operator's responsibility. Meets regulatory requirements
704.84 Equipment Standards and Inspection Operator's responsibility.  
704.850 to .105 Reserved Noted.  
704.106 Minimum Crew Operator's responsibility.  
704.107 Designation of Pilot-in-command and Second-in-command Operator's responsibility.  
704.108 Flight Crew Member Qualifications Operator's responsibility.  
704.109 Qualifications of Operational Control Personnel Operator's responsibility.  
704.110 Check Authority Operator's Responsibility  
704.111 Validity Period Operator's responsibility.  
704.112 to .114 Reserved Operator's responsibility.  
704.115 Training Program Operator's responsibility. See OEB Report for additional information.
704.116 Conditional Approval of Training Program Operator's responsibility.  
704.117 Training and Qualification Records Operator's responsibility.  
704.118 Reserved Noted.  
704.119 Reserved Noted.  
704.120 Requirements Relating to Company Operations Manual Operator's responsibility.  
704.121 Contents of Company Operations Manual Operator's responsibility.  
704.122 Distribution of Company Operations Manual Operator's responsibility.  
704.123  Aircraft Operating Manual Operator's responsibility.  
704.124 Standard Operating Procedures Operator's responsibility. See OEB Report for additional information.
704.125 to .127 Reserved Noted.  

Subpart 605 of the CARs Table:

Paragraph Title Compliance REMARKS
605.01 Application Noted  
605.02 Reserved Noted  
605.03 Flight Authority Operator Responsibility  
605.04 Availability of Aircraft Flight Manual Operator Responsibility  
605.05 Markings and Placards Aircraft baseline configuration will be delivered with the required markings and placards.  
605.06 Aircraft Equipment Standards and Serviceability Operator Responsibility  
605.07 Minimum Equipment Lists Operator Responsibility  
605.08 Unserviceable and Removed Equipment - General Operator Responsibility  
605.09 Unserviceable and Removed Equipment - Aircraft with a Minimum Equipment List Operator Responsibility  
605.10 Unserviceable and Removed Equipment - Aircraft without a Minimum Equipment List Operator Responsibility  
605.11 to .13 Reserved Noted  
605.14 Power-Driven Aircraft - Day VFR The aircraft baseline configuration will include the required equipment  (RAZ-BA690-128).
(a),(b):  Information from sensitive        altimeter adjustable to               barometric pressure will            be provided on the                    EFIS/PFDs and on the                standby altimeter
(c):  Airspeed inform                                                                                                           (d):  A standby magnetic compass operating independently from       the aircraft electrical       generating system will be       installed as part of the       baseline aircraft       configuration.
(e), (f),(h):  Information will be                    provided via EICAS                   Primary Display
(g),(i):  Not applicable.
(j):  Fuel quantity and position of       landing gear information will       be provided via the EICAS.
(k)(l):  VHF communication                     systems will be provided.
(m)(n):  2 VOR / ILS / VHF                      navigation systems will be             provided.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.15 Power-driven Aircraft - VFR OTT The aircraft baseline configuration will includes the required equipment  (RAZ-BA690-128).
(1)(a)(b):  Refer to CAR 605.14
(1)(c)(d)(e):
(1)(f):  Turn and slip indication will           be provided via EFIS.
(1)(g):  Two attitude and heading           reference systems will be           installed providing attitude           and heading, rate and           acceleration data for use           by the EFIS.  Two VOR /           ILS / VHF navigation           systems will be provided. 
(1)(h)(i):
(2):  Not applicable.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.16 Power-driven Aircraft - Night VFR The aircraft baseline configuration will includes the required equipment  (RAZ-BA690-128).
(1)(a)(b):  Refer to CAR 605.14
(1)(c):  Turn and slip indication will             be provided via EFIS.
(1)(d):  Adequate source of             electrical energy will be             provided for all electrical             and radio equipment.
(1)(e):  No fuses will be accessible             to the pilots during flight.
(1)(f):   Two attitude and heading             reference systems             (AHRS) will be installed             providing attitude and             heading, rate and             acceleration data for use             by the EFIS.
(1)(g):  Two attitude and heading             reference systems will be             installed providing attitude             and heading, rate and             acceleration data for use             by the EFIS.  Two VOR /             ILS / VHF navigation             systems will be provided. 
(1)(h):  Not applicable.
(1)(i):  All instrument panels will be             provided with integral             legend/edge lighting.  The             instrument panels will be             grouped in area, with each             area having its dedicated             dimming control.
(1)(j):  A landing light will be             installed in the wing leading             edge on each side and one            landing light will be        installed on the nose gear.
(1)(k):  Anti-collision strobe lights             will be installed in the wing             tips and on the aft             extremity of horizontal             stabilizer fairing. Position             lights will be installed in             the wing tips and in the aft
vertical fin fairing.
(2):  Not applicable.
(3):  Operator's responsibility.
(4)(a):  Two attitude and heading             reference systems will be             installed providing attitude
and heating, rate and             acceleration data for use             by the EFIS.
(4)(b):  Vertical speed information             will be provided via the             EFIS/PFDs

(4)(c):  The pitot heads, static             ports, temperature and             angle of attack probes are
are electrically anti-iced.             Cockpit indication will be             provided to show any lack             of electrical
power to the heaters
(4)(d):  Three air temperature             probes will be installed to             provide temperature             information.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.17 Use of Position and Anti-collision Lights Operator Responsibility  
605.18 Power-driven Aircraft - IFR Aircraft complies.
(a)-(f):  refer to CAR 605.16
(g):  Will comply.
(h):  Three pitot static systems will        be installed on the aircraft        and will provide inputs for the        air data system for the        altimeter, airspeed indicator        and vertical speed indicator         (RAZ-BA690-128).
(i): Two VHF communication        systems will be installed.
(j):  Refer to CAR 605.16.
Meets
605.19 Balloons - Day VFR Not applicable  
605.20 Balloons - Night VFR Not applicable  
605.21 Gliders - Day VFR Not applicable  
605.22 Seat and Safety Belt Requirements Operator Responsibility  
605.23 Restraint System Requirements Operator Responsibility  
605.24 Shoulder Harness Requirements (1) The two flight crew seats (TSO       C127) will be fitted with       approved safety/shoulder       harnesses. (RAZ-BA690-128).
(2) The flight attendant stations       will be fitted with approved       safety belt/shoulder harnesses       (TSO C114). (RAZ-BA690-      128).
(3)(4)(5) Not applicable
Meets regulatory requirements
605.25 General Use of Safety Belts and Restraint Systems Operator Responsibility  
605.26 Use of Passenger Safety Belts and Restraint Systems Operator Responsibility  
605.27 Use of Crew Member Safety Belts Operator Responsibility  
605.28 Child Restraint System Operator Responsibility  
605.29 Flight Control Locks The aircraft will not have the flight control locks.  Protection against ground gusts is intrinsic to the hydraulic power control unit (PCU) for each flight control surface. Meets regulatory requirements
605.30 De-icing or Anti-icing Equipment The aircraft will be approved to operate in icing conditions.
An ice-protection system complying with FAR 25.1419 and Appendix C will be installed as basic equipment.
 
605.31 Oxygen Equipment and Supply (1) Not applicable
(2) Operator Responsibility. The       pilot/co-pilot/forward observer       stations will be equipped with       quick-donning, pressure-      demand type masks, which       provide supplemental oxygen.       A chemically-generated       oxygen system with drop-      down masks will provide       supplemental oxygen at each       passenger seat, flight       attendant stations and in the       lavatory. (RAZ-BA690-128).       Sufficient supplemental       oxygen is provided for       emergency descent to 10,000       feet.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.32 Use of Oxygen Operator Responsibility.
The pilot/co-pilot/forward observer stations will be equipped with quick-donning, pressure-demand type masks which provide supplemental oxygen.
 
605.33 Flight Data Recorder and Cockpit Voice Recorder Requirements A digital FDR conforming to TSO C124 will be included in the aircraft baseline configuration, in accordance with FAR 25.1459.
A CVR conforming to TSO C123 will be included in the aircraft baseline configuration in accordance with FAR 25.1457.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.34 Use of Flight Data Recorders and Cockpit Voice Recorders (1)(a):  The FDR will be operated             continuously from start of             take-off to completion of             landing.
(1)(b):  The CVR will be operated             continuously from power             on to power off.   (RAZ-            BA690-128).
(2)-(5):  Operator Responsibility.
 
605.35 Transponder and Automatic Pressure-Altitude Reporting Equipment (1):  Two Mode S transponders        with ATC Modes A and C        conforming to TSO C112 will        be included in the baseline        configuration  (RAZ-BA690-       128).
(2)-(3):  Operator Responsibility.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.36 Altitude Alerting System or Device (1):  Altitude alerting function will        be performed by the ADCs        and aural and visual        warnings (EFIS) will be        provided.
(2)-(3):  Operator Responsibility.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.37 Ground Proximity Warning System (1):  A GPWS (TSO C92 & C117)        providing windshear        detection will be included in        the baseline configuration          (RAZ-BA690-128).
(2)-(3):  Operator Responsibility.
Meets regulatory requirements
605.38 ELT Operator Responsibility  
605.39 Use of ELTs Operator Responsibility  
605.40 ELT Activation Operator Responsibility  
605.41 Standby Attitude Indicator A standby attitude indicator will be included in the aircraft baseline configuration  (RAZ-BA690-128). Meets regulatory requirements
605.42 to .83 Reserved Noted  
605.84 Aircraft Maintenance - General Operator's responsibility  
605.85 Maintenance Release and Elementary Work Operator Responsibility  
605.86 Maintenance Schedule Operator's responsibility  
605.87 Transfer of Aeronautical Products between Maintenance Schedules Operator Responsibility  
605.88 Inspection after Abnormal Occurrences Operator Responsibility  
605.89 to .91 Reserved Noted  
605.92 Requirement to Keep Technical Records Operator Responsibility  
605.93 Technical Records - General Operator Responsibility  
605.94 Journey Log Requirements Operator Responsibility  
605.95 Journey Log - Carrying on Board Operator Responsibility  
605.96 Requirements for Technical Records Other Than the Journey Log Operator Responsibility  
605.97 Transfer of Records Operator Responsibility  
605.98 to .110 Reserved Noted  

Subpart 604 of the CARs Table:

Paragraph Title Compliance REMARKS
604.01 Application Noted  
604.02 Aircraft Operation Operator Responsibility  
604.03 to .04 Reserved Noted  
604.05 Issuance or Amendment of Private Operator Certificate Operator Responsibility  
604.06 Contents of a Private Operator Certificate Operator Responsibility  
604.07 General Conditions of a Private Operator Certificate Operator Responsibility  
604.08 to .09 Reserved Noted  
604.10 Checklist Operator Responsibility  
604.11 Operational Flight Data Sheet Operator Responsibility  
604.12 VFR Flight Minimum Flight Visibility - Uncontrolled Airspace Operator Responsibility  
604.13 No Alternate Aerodrome - IFR Flight Operator Responsibility  
604.14 Take-off Minima Operator Responsibility  
604.15 Instrument Approach Procedures Operator Responsibility.
Aircraft capability to operate CAT II or CAT III instrument approach will be defined in the Airplane Flight Manual
 
604.16 Flight Attendant Requirement Operator Responsibility.
Aircraft will be equipped with 2 flight attendant stations.
See OEB Report for additional information
604.17 Cabin Safety Procedures Operator Responsibility.
Aircraft equipped with Safety Seating capability as per AWM 525.

(c) Aircraft will be equipped with      Emergency exits that meet      AWM 525.807 to 813.
 
604.18 Briefing of Passengers Operator Responsibility.
Passenger briefing and Emergency briefing will form a part of the training.
 
604.19 Safety Features Card Operator Responsibility.
Aircraft will be provided with Safety Card as per AWM 525.
 
604.20 to .25 Reserved Noted  
604.26 Flight Time Limitations Operator Responsibility  
604.27 Flight Duty Time Limitations and Rest Periods Operator Responsibility  
604.28 Split Flight Duty Time Operator Responsibility  
604.29 Extension of Flight Duty Time Operator Responsibility  
604.30 Unforeseen Operational Circumstances Operator Responsibility  
604.31 Delayed Reporting Time Operator Responsibility  
604.32 Requirements for Time Free from Duty Operator Responsibility  
604.33 Flight Crew Positioning Operator Responsibility  
604.34 to .37 Reserved Noted  
604.38 Survival Equipment Operator Responsibility  
604.39 First Aid Kits Two First Aid kits will be provided in the entrance stowage compartment that is clearly marked as to its contents. The kit will be available to crew members/passengers and will be clearly identified. (RAD-690-100).

First Aid kit inspection is the operator's responsibility.
Meets regulatory requirements
604.40 Protective Breathing Equipment (1) Three protective breathing equipment, complying with AWM 525.1439 will be provided as part of baseline configuration.

(2) Noted

(3)(a) Not applicable. There is          no Class A, B and E cargo        compartment.

(3)(b)(c)(d) One protective                           breathing equipment                         will be provided in                      the flight crew                    compartment. One                     PBE will be provided                         at each of the two                   flight attendant                  stations and is                           located within 1                         meter of the hand-                     held fire extinguisher                  (RAZ-BA690-129).
Meets regulatory requirements
604.41 Hand-held Fire Extinguishers (1) Four Halon fire extinguishers       will be provided on the       aircraft. One on the flight       deck, one accessible from       the galley and one at each       of the flight attendant       station.

(2) The extinguishing agents       are suitable for the kind of       fires likely to occur in the       compartment where the       extinguishing agents are       intended to be used.

(3) Not applicable. No Class E       compartment is provided.

(4) Two Halon extinguishers will       be located in the passenger       compartment (Flight       attendant stations).

(5) All fire extinguishers will       contain Halon.

(6) All compartments in which       items are stowed will be       clearly identified and       marked in accordance with       AWM 525.1561.
Meets regulatory requirements
604.42 to .47 Reserved Noted  
604.48 Maintenance Control System Operator's responsibility. A Transport Canada approved Maintenance Planning Document, derived from the MSG-3 process, and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual complying with AWM 25.1529 and Appendix H will be provided to each operator.  
604.49 Description of Maintenance Control System in Operations Manual A Transport Canada approved Maintenance Planning Document, derived from the MSG-3 process, and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual complying with AWM 25.1529 and Appendix H will be provided to each operator.  
604.50 Person Responsible for Maintenance Control System Operator Responsibility  
604.51 Maintenance Personnel and Facilities Operator Responsibility  
604.52 Defect Reporting and Rectification Control Procedures Operator Responsibility  
604.53 Service Difficulty Reporting Operator Responsibility  
604.54 Technical Dispatch Instructions Operator Responsibility  
604.55 Service Information Review Operator Responsibility  
604.56 Maintenance Agreements Operator Responsibility  
604.57 Maintenance Training Operator Responsibility  
604.58 to .64 Reserved Noted  
604.65 Designation of Pilot-in-command and Second-in-command Operator Responsibility  
604.66 Crew Member Qualifications Operator Responsibility See OEB report for additional information
604.67 Check Authority Operator Responsibility  
604.68 Validity Period Operator Responsibility  
604.69 to .72 Reserved Noted  
604.73 Training Program Operator Responsibility See OEB Report for additional information
604.74 Training and Qualification Records Operator Responsibility  
604.75 to .79 Reserved Noted See OEB report for additional information
604.80 Requirements relating to Operations Manual Operator Responsibility  
604.81 Contents of Operations Manual Operator Responsibility  
604.82 Distribution of Operations Manual Operator Responsibility  
604.83 Aircraft Operating Manual Operator Responsibility  
604.84 Standard Operating Procedures Operator Responsibility  
604.85 to .89 Reserved Noted  

Appendix 1 - Acceptable ODR Tables

Appendix 3 - Enhancement to Takeoff Operational Safety Margins

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