Enforcement Action Summary – Corporate Offenders – August 2016

Corporation:

Globe Flyers Inc.

Date: Count(s): Violation: Penalty: Location:
2016-03-12 1 CAR 605.03(1) $5,000 Atlantic Region

The Company operated an aircraft in flight without a flight authority being in effect in respect of the aircraft.

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Académie Aéronautique Inc.

Date: Count(s): Violation: Penalty: Location:
2015-08-31 1 CAR 406.41 $5,000 Quebec Region
2016-02-01 1 CAR 406.19(1) $5,000 Quebec Region

The Company, a Flight Training Unit, failed to comply with policies and procedures for recording aircraft defects. The Company also failed to ensure that the person responsible for the maintenance control system performs the duties referred to in subsections 406.36(1) and 406.47(2) and (3).

Corporation:

Montreal Flying Club Inc.

Date: Count(s): Violation: Penalty: Location:
2015-09-22 1 CAR 700.16(1) $5,000 Quebec Region

The Company assigned a flight crewmember for flight duty when the flight duty time exceeded 14 consecutive hours in any 24 consecutive hours.

Corporation:

Kasper Aviation Inc.

Date: Count(s): Violation: Penalty: Location:
2015-11-03 1 CAR 602.114 $5,000 Ontario Region

The Company operated an aircraft in VFR flight within controlled airspace when the distance from cloud was less than 500 feet vertically and one mile horizontally.

Corporation:

Propworks Propeller Systems Inc.

Date: Count(s): Violation: Penalty: Location:
2015-12-01 1 CAR 573.09(1) $3,500 Prairie and Northern Region

The Company, the holder of an AMO certificate failed to establish and maintain a quality assurance program consisting of provisions for evaluating the AMO’s ability to perform maintenance in a safe manner.

Corporation:

Prince George Airport Authority

Date: Count(s): Violation: Penalty: Location:
2015-11-30 1 CAR 302.07(1) $5,000 Pacific Region
2015-11-30 1 CAR 302.07(2) $5,000 Pacific Region

The Company, an airport operator, failed to comply with the standards set out in the aerodrome standards and recommended practices publications, as they read on the date on which the airport certificate was issued. The Company also failed to notify the Minister of the existence of an obstruction affecting aviation safety at the airport.

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