Operations Specification 607

 

SUBJECT: SPECIAL AIRCRAFT AND FLIGHT CREW AUTHORIZATION – RESTRICTED CANADA AIR PILOT (RCAP) RESTRICTED INSTRUMENT PROCEDURE (RIP) – ILS/DME RUNWAY 26,BILLY BISHOP TORONTO CITY AIRPORT (CYTZ)


AUTHORIZATION

1. This operations specification is issued pursuant to the subparagraph of the Canadian Aviation Regulations referred to in section 3 of this operations specification. The use of ILS/DME Runway 26 Restricted Instrument Procedure (RIP) at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (CYTZ) is authorized as published in the Restricted Canada Air Pilot (RCAP) under the conditions listed in section 2 of this operation specification for the type(s) of aeroplanes(s) indicated by reference numbers and listed in section 4 of this operations specification.

CONDITIONS

2. This authority is granted subject to the following condition(s):

  1. The aircraft shall be certified and equipped to fly a glide path angle of 4.8 degrees;
  2. Flight Crew shall be trained to fly approaches with a glide path angle of 4.8 degrees and shall be trained and familiar with all of the conditions associated with this approach procedure;
  3. The air operator shall have established procedures in its company operations manual for the guidance of its personnel;
  4. Either a PAPI or APAPI system aligned at 4.8 degrees, harmonized with the electronic glide slope shall be installed and operational;
  5. A visual alignment guidance system for the visual segment, such as the System of Azimuth Guidance for Approach (SAGA) shall be installed and operational;
  6. Touchdown limit lights shall be installed and operational;
  7. Yellow runway edge lights on the last third of the runway shall be installed and operational;
  8. The marine radar shall be operational when the weather is below 1000 ft ceiling and 3 miles visibility;
  9. When advised by ATC, prior to receiving approach clearance, that there is activity within the Marine Exclusion Zone (MEZ) at either end of Runway 26, the flight crew shall not commence the ILS/DME 26 approach until subsequently advised by ATC that the MEZs are clear; and
  10. When advised by ATC, after receiving approach clearance, that there is activity within the MEZs, the flight crew shall discontinue the approach unless the aircrew has descended below the minimum decision height (DH) and the flight crew has visual contact with the marine vessel.

CANADIAN AVIATION REGULATIONS

3. This operations specification is issued pursuant to:

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AIRCRAFT

4. Subject to the restriction(s) referred to in section 5 of this operations specification, the reference number(s) for the appropriate aircraft type(s) as listed in part II of this air operator certificate are:

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5. This autorization is limited to the following specific series and/or specific aircraft registration(s), if applicable:

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ISSUED 

2010.07.09 

PREV~Supersedes the one dated PREV~

For Minister of Transport

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