Part VII - Commercial Air Services / Subpart 1 — Foreign Air Operations / Subpart 2 — Aerial Work / Subpart 3 — Air Taxi Operations / Subpart 4 — Commuter Operations / Subpart 5 — Airline Operations / Subpart 6 — Aircraft Maintenance Requirements for Air Operators
Part IV - Personnel Licensing and Training / Subpart 5 — Flight Training / Subpart 6 — Flight Training Units / 406.02 This Subpart applies in respect of the operation of an aeroplane, helicopter, glider, balloon, gyroplane or ultra-light aeroplane in a flight training service toward obtaining any of the following:
Part VI - General Operating and Flight Rules / Subpart 1 — Airspace / Subpart 2 — Operating and Flight Rules / Subpart 3 — Special Flight Operations / Subpart 4 — Private Operators / Subpart 5 — Aircraft Requirements
CARs 101.01 Interpretation: operator, in respect of an aircraft, means the person that has possession of the aircraft as owner, lessee or otherwise;
Is operating the aircraft as pilot.
Leases out the aircraft to be flown.
Has chartered the aircraft for a specific operation.
Has possession of the aircraft as owner.
Have knowledge of the CARs.
Pass a closed book CARs exam (70% or better).
Hold an AME license.
Certify all maintenance on the aircraft.
CARs 406.40 A flight training unit that operates an aeroplane or a helicopter shall establish and comply with policies and procedures to ensure that an aircraft is not operated unless it is
(b) appropriately equipped, configured and maintained for its intended use; and
(c) maintained in accordance with the flight training unit’s maintenance control manual.
Operational Control System.
CARs 406.33 No flight training unit shall operate an aeroplane or a helicopter unless each front seat, or each seat occupied by a trainee or flight instructor, is equipped with a safety belt that includes a shoulder harness.
CARs 605.01 (1) This Subpart applies to
(a) persons operating Canadian aircraft other than ultra-light aeroplanes or hang gliders; and
(b) persons operating foreign aircraft in Canada where those persons are Canadian citizens, permanent residents or corporations incorporated by or under the laws of Canada or a province.
(2) The following requirements apply to persons operating foreign aircraft, other than persons referred to in paragraph (1)(b), while those aircraft are operated in Canada:
(a) the requirement to carry a flight authority on board the aircraft in accordance with section 605.03;
(b) the requirement that an aircraft be equipped with transponder and automatic pressure-altitude reporting equipment in accordance with section 605.35;
(c) the requirement that an aircraft be equipped with one or more ELTs in accordance with section 605.38; and
(d) radiocommunication and radio navigation equipment requirements that are specific to the aircraft and types of flight referred to in sections 605.14 to 605.21.
CARs 202.17 (1) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the Minister shall register an aircraft as
(a) a state aircraft;
(b) a commercial aircraft; or
(c) a private aircraft.
(3) The Minister shall register an aircraft as a state aircraft if it is a civil aircraft that is owned by and exclusively used in the service of a government in Canada.
Part VI - General Operating and Flight Rules / Division VI — Visual Flight Rules / Division VI — Visual Flight Rules / 602.114 - Minimum Visual Meteorological Conditions for VFR Flight in Controlled Airspace / 602.115 - Minimum Visual Meteorological Conditions for VFR Flight in Uncontrolled Airspace / 602.116 - VFR Over-the-Top / 602.117 - Special VFR Flight
Visual Flight Rules
IMC or instrument meteorological conditions means meteorological conditions less than the minima specified in Division VI of Subpart 2 of Part VI for visual meteorological conditions, expressed in terms of visibility and distance from cloud; (IMC ou conditions météorologiques de vol aux instruments)
Instrument Meteorological Conditions
IFR means instrument flight rules; (IFR) / Part VI - General Operating and Flight Rules / Division VII — Instrument Flight Rules
Instrument Flight Rules
VMC or visual meteorological conditions means meteorological conditions equal to or greater than the minima specified in Division VI of Subpart 2 of Part VI, expressed in terms of visibility and distance from cloud. (VMC ou conditions météorologiques de vol à vue)
Visual Meteorological Conditions
MCTOW or maximum certificated take-off weight means the weight identified as such in the type certificate of an aircraft; (MMHD ou masse maximale homologuée au décollage) / The standards of airworthiness that apply in respect of a change to the type design of an aircraft, other than a rotorcraft, having a MCTOW of 2 720 kg (6,000 pounds) or less, or of a non-turbine rotorcraft having a MCTOW of 1 360 kg (3,000 pounds) or less, are those recorded in the type certificate data sheets, unless the Minister determines that
(a) the change is significant and requires compliance with an amendment to the standards that are recorded in the type certificate data sheets and that apply in respect of the change and with any other standards that are directly related to the change; and
(b) compliance with the amendment referred to in paragraph (a) would contribute materially to the level of safety and would be practical.
Maximum Certificated Take-Off Weight
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