Operations Specification 602
OBJET: SIMULTANEOUS OPERATIONS ON PARALLEL OR NEAR PARALLEL INSTRUMENT RUNWAYS - ILS/PRECISION RUNWAY MONITOR (PRM) AND LOCALIZER TYPE DIRECTIONAL AID (LDA) PRM - SIMULTANEOUS OFFSET INSTRUMENT APPROACHES (SOIA)
1. This operations specification is issued pursuant to the subparagraph of the Canadian Aviation Regulations referred to in section 3 of this operations specification and authorizes ILS/PRM - LDA/PRM - SOIA operations on parallel or near parallel instrument runways, under the conditions listed in section 2 of this operations specification, for the types of aircraft indicated by reference numbers and listed in section 4 of this operations specification.
2. This authority is granted subject to the following conditions:
a. Training materials shall include:
i. The published ILS/PRM and LDA/PRM - SOIA approach charts, and
ii. The current FAA-produced and approved ILS PRM video entitled "ILS/PRM Approaches Information for Air Carrier Pilots".
b. Initial Ground Training
i. An air operator shall provide initial ground training to its flight crew members on the following procedures: (A) ILS/PRM approach, and
A. ILS/PRM approach, and
B. LDA/PRM - SOIA;
ii. Before ILS/PRM or LDA/PRM - SOIA approaches may be carried out, each flight crew member shall have completed the initial ground training; and
iii. The training shall be conducted in accordance with the procedures established in the air operator company operations manual.
c. Initial Simulator Training
i. Each flight crew member shall complete an ILS/PRM or an LDA/PRM - SOIA approach with a climbing or descending breakout manoeuvre under the supervision of an instructor, training pilot or a check pilot; and
ii. The training shall be completed within 12 months from the date of approval of their PRM training program.
d. Recurrent Ground Training
An air operator shall provide recurrent ground training to its flight crew members by providing a review of the ground training elements and the video referred to in paragraph (a) above.
e. Communications Radios
The aircraft shall be equipped with two independent very high frequency (VHF) communications radios.
f. Company Operations Manual
The operator shall develop procedures in its company operations manual for the guidance of its personnel.
CANADIAN AVIATION REGULATIONS
3. This operations specification is issued pursuant to:
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:
5. This authorization is limited to the following specific series and/or specific aircraft registration(s), if applicable:
Date of Issue : 2005-08-31
PREV~Supersedes the one dated PREV~
For Minister of Transport - Pour le Ministre des Transports