CARS Inst. Rating

  1. Requirement to Hold a Flight Crew Permit, Licence or Rating or a Foreign Licence Validation Certificate[SOR/2003-129, s. 3]
    401.03 (1) Subject
    to subsection (2), no person shall act as a flight crew member or
    exercise the privileges of a flight crew permit, licence or rating
    unless:
    (1)(A), (B), (C) (D)
    (1.1)
    (2), (A) (B)
    • (a) the person holds the appropriate permit, licence or rating;
    • (b) the permit, licence or rating is valid;
    • (c) the person holds the appropriate medical certificate; and
    • (d) the person can produce the permit, licence or rating, and the certificate, when exercising those privileges.

    • (1.1) No person shall exercise the privileges of a foreign licence validation certificate unless the person
    • (a) holds the appropriate foreign licence validation certificate;
    • (b) has signed the certificate; and
    • (c) can produce the certificate when exercising those privileges.

    • (2) A
    • person who holds a military flight crew permit, licence or rating or a
    • flight crew permit, licence or rating issued by a contracting state
    • other than Canada may act as a flight crew member or exercise the
    • privileges of a flight crew permit, licence or rating for the sole
    • purpose of the person’s flight test where
    • (a) the test is conducted in accordance with section 401.15; and
    • (b) no passenger is carried on board the aircraft.
  2. Flight Crew Members of Aircraft Registered in Contracting States Other Than Canada401.04 No
    person shall act as a flight crew member or exercise the privileges of a
    flight crew licence in Canada in an aircraft registered in a
    contracting state other than Canada, unless the person holds, and can
    produce while so acting or while exercising such privileges: (A) (B)
    • (a) a flight crew permit or licence issued under this Subpart; or
    • (b) a
    • flight crew licence, or a document equivalent to a foreign licence
    • validation certificate, that is issued under the laws of the contracting
    • state.
  3. Recency Requirements
    401.05 (1) Notwithstanding
    any other provision of this Subpart, no holder of a flight crew permit,
    licence or rating, other than the holder of a flight engineer licence,
    shall exercise the privileges of the permit, licence or rating unless:
    • (a) the holder has acted as pilot-in-command or co-pilot of an aircraft within the five years preceding the flight; or
    • (b) within the 12 months preceding the flight
    • (i) the
    • holder has completed a flight review, in accordance with the personnel
    • licensing standards, conducted by the holder of a flight instructor
    • rating for the same category of aircraft,
    • (ii) the
    • flight instructor who conducted the flight review has certified in the
    • holder’s personal log that the holder meets the skill requirements for
    • the issuance of the permit or licence set out in the personnel licensing
    • standards, and
    • (iii) the holder has successfully completed the appropriate examination specified in the personnel licensing standards.
    • (2) Notwithstanding
    • any other provision of this Subpart, no holder of a flight crew permit
    • or licence, other than the holder of a flight engineer licence, shall
    • exercise the privileges of the permit or licence in an aircraft unless
    • the holder
    • (a) has
    • successfully completed a recurrent training program in accordance with
    • the personnel licensing standards within the 24 months preceding the
    • flight; and
    • (b) where
    • a passenger other than a flight test examiner designated by the
    • Minister is carried on board the aircraft, has completed, within the six
    • months preceding the flight,
    • (i) in
    • the case of an aircraft other than a glider or a balloon, in the same
    • category and class of aircraft as the aircraft, or in a Level B, C or D
    • simulator of the same category and class as the aircraft, at least
    • (A) five night or day take-offs and five night or day landings, if the flight is conducted wholly by day, or
    • (B) five night take-offs and five night landings, if the flight is conducted wholly or partly by night,
    • (ii) in the case of a glider, at least
    • (A) five take-offs and five landings in a glider, or
    • (B) two
    • take-offs and two landings in a glider with the holder of a flight
    • instructor rating — glider and obtained a certification of competence to
    • carry passengers on board a glider from that holder in accordance with
    • the personnel licensing standards, and
    • (iii) in the case of a balloon, at least
    • (A) five landings in a balloon by day and five take-offs in a balloon by day or night, if the flight is conducted by day, or
    • (B) five landings in a balloon by day and five take-offs in a balloon by night, if the flight is conducted partly by night.
    • (3) No holder of an instrument rating shall exercise the privileges referred to in section 401.47 unless the holder has
    • (a) within
    • the 12 months preceding the flight, successfully completed an
    • instrument rating flight test in an aircraft or in a Level B, C or D
    • simulator of the same group as the aircraft;
    • (b) within
    • the six months preceding the flight, acquired six hours of instrument
    • time and completed six instrument approaches to the minima specified in
    • the Canada Air Pilot in an aircraft,
    • in actual or simulated instrument meteorological conditions, or in a
    • Level B, C or D simulator of the same category as the aircraft or in a
    • flight training device under the supervision of a person who holds the
    • qualifications referred to in subsection 425.21(9) of the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training;
    • (c) within
    • the six months preceding the flight, acquired six hours of instrument
    • time and completed six instrument approaches to the minima specified in
    • the Canada Air Pilot in an aircraft,
    • in actual or simulated instrument meteorological conditions, while
    • acting as a flight instructor conducting training in respect of the
    • endorsement of a flight crew licence or permit with an instrument
    • rating; or
    • (d) successfully
    • completed, for an aircraft, a competency check or pilot proficiency
    • check for which the validity period has not expired and that included
    • the instrument procedures portion of
    • (i) the Flight Test Guide — Competency Check (Private Operators), published by the Minister, in respect of aircraft operated under Subpart 4 of Part VI, and
    • (ii) the following schedules to the Commercial Air Services Standards in respect of the corresponding aircraft operated under Subparts 2 to 5 of Part VII:
    • (A) Schedule I to Standard 722 — Aerial Work in respect of aeroplanes operated under Subpart 2,
    • (B) Schedule II to Standard 722 — Aerial Work in respect of helicopters operated under Subpart 2,
    • (C) Schedule I to section 723.88 of Standard 723 — Air Taxi — Aeroplanes in respect of aeroplanes operated under Subpart 3,
    • (D) the schedule to section 723.88 of Standard 723 — Air Taxi — Helicopters in respect of helicopters operated under Subpart 3,
    • (E) Schedule I or II to section 724.108 of Standard 724 — Commuter Operations — Aeroplanes in respect of aeroplanes operated under Subpart 4,
    • (F) the Helicopter Schedule to section 724.108 of Standard 724 — Commuter Operations — Helicopters in respect of helicopters operated under Subpart 4, or
    • (G) Schedule I, II or III to section 725.106 of Standard 725 — Airline Operations — Aeroplanes in respect of aeroplanes operated under Subpart 5.
    • (4) No holder of a flight engineer licence shall exercise the privileges set out in section 401.37 unless
    • (a) the
    • holder has acted as flight engineer on board an aircraft within the
    • five years preceding the flight or has met the written examination
    • requirements for the licence within the 12 months preceding the flight;
    • and
    • (b) where
    • a passenger or a trainee is carried on board the aircraft, the holder
    • has, within the six months preceding the flight, acted as flight
    • engineer
    • (i) in an aircraft of the same type, or
    • (ii) in a synthetic flight trainer for an aircraft of the same type.
    • (5) No holder of a second officer rating shall exercise the privileges set out in section 401.53 unless
    • (a) the holder has acted as a second officer on board an aircraft within the five years preceding the flight; and
    • (b) where
    • a passenger or a trainee is carried on board the aircraft, the holder
    • has, within the six months preceding the flight, acted as a second
    • officer in
    • (i) an aircraft of the same type, or
    • (ii) a synthetic flight trainer for an aircraft of the same type.
    • (6) No holder of a flight instructor rating — ultra-light aeroplane shall exercise the privileges set out in section 401.88 unless
    • (a) the holder has
    • (i) acted as pilot-in-command or co-pilot of an aircraft within the five years preceding the flight, or
    • (ii) met the written examination requirements for the rating within the 12 months preceding the flight;
    • (b) the
    • holder has successfully completed a recurrent training program in
    • accordance with the personnel licensing standards within the 24 months
    • preceding the flight; and
    • (c) the
    • holder has, where a student is carried on board the aeroplane,
    • completed at least five take-offs and five landings in an ultra-light
    • aeroplane of the same control configuration within the six months
    • preceding the flight.
  4. Issuance and Endorsement of Flight Crew Permits, Licences and Ratings
    401.06 (1) Subject
    to section 6.71 of the Act, the Minister shall, on receipt of an
    application submitted in the form and manner specified in the personnel
    licensing standards, issue a flight crew permit or licence to the
    applicant or endorse the applicant’s flight crew permit or licence with a
    rating if the applicant provides documentation to the Minister that
    establishes
    • (a) the applicant’s citizenship;
    • (b) that the applicant meets the applicable requirements set out in the personnel licensing standards in respect of
    • (i) minimum age,
    • (ii) medical fitness,
    • (iii) knowledge,
    • (iv) experience, and
    • (v) skill; and
    • (c) that
    • the applicant has successfully completed, within the applicable period
    • specified in the personnel licensing standards preceding the date of
    • application for the permit, licence or rating, a flight test in
    • accordance with the personnel licensing standards.
    • (1.1) An application shall also include
    • (a) in
    • the case of a licence or a permit, one photograph of the applicant that
    • meets the requirements of subsection 421.06(3) of the personnel
    • licensing standards; and
    • (b) in
    • the case of a licence, documentation establishing that the applicant
    • demonstrated, by means of an evaluation, their ability to speak and
    • understand English or French, or both, at the operational or expert
    • level in accordance with the language proficiency scale set out in the
    • table to subsection 421.06(4) of the personnel licensing standards.
    • (2) The
    • certification of additional privileges on a permit or licence expires
    • at the end of the period specified on the licence or permit or on
    • receipt of a new permit or licence granting those privileges, whichever
    • is earlier.
    • (3) The
    • Minister shall extend the validity period of an instrument rating or a
    • flight instructor rating for a period of not more than 90 days beginning
    • on the day on which the rating would otherwise expire, if
    • (a) the application for extension of the rating is made while the rating is still valid; and
    • (b) the
    • applicant demonstrates that there has been no reasonable opportunity to
    • renew the rating within the 90 days before the day on which the rating
    • would otherwise expire.
    • SOR/2003-129, s. 6;
    • SOR/2006-352, s. 6;
    • SOR/2008-122, s. 1;
    • SOR/2008-140, s. 2.Previous Version

    • Validation of Foreign Licences
    • 401.07 (1) Subject
    • to section 6.71 of the Act, if the holder of a foreign flight crew
    • licence issued by a contracting state other than Canada meets the
    • applicable requirements set out in the personnel licensing standards and
    • does not reside in Canada, the Minister shall, on receipt of an
    • application submitted in the form and manner set out in those standards,
    • issue a foreign licence validation certificate to the holder of the
    • licence.
    • (2) The
    • Minister shall, in accordance with the personnel licensing standards,
    • specify in a foreign licence validation certificate the privileges that
    • may be exercised by the holder of the certificate.
  5. Personal Logs
    401.08 (1) Every
    applicant for, and every holder of, a flight crew permit, licence or
    rating shall maintain a personal log in accordance with subsection (2)
    and with the personnel licensing standards for the documentation of
    • (a) experience acquired in respect of the issuance of the flight crew permit, licence or rating; and
    • (b) recency.
    • (2) A
    • personal log that is maintained for the purposes referred to in
    • paragraphs (1)(a) and (b) shall contain the holder’s name and the
    • following information in respect of each flight:
    • (a) the date of the flight;
    • (b) the type of aircraft and its registration mark;
    • (c) the flight crew position in which the holder acted;
    • (d) the flight conditions with respect to day, night, VFR and IFR;
    • (e) in the case of a flight in an aeroplane or helicopter, the place of departure and the place of arrival;
    • (f) in the case of a flight in an aeroplane, all of the intermediate take-offs and landings;
    • (g) the flight time;
    • (h) in the case of a flight in a glider, the method of launch used for the flight; and
    • (i) in the case of a flight in a balloon, the method of inflation used for the flight.
    • (3) No person shall make an entry in a personal log unless the person
    • (a) is the holder of the log; or
    • (b) has been authorized to make the entry by the holder of the log.
  6. Credits towards Requirements for a Flight Crew Permit, Licence or Rating401.09 The
    Minister shall, in accordance with the personnel licensing standards,
    credit the flight time acquired by a person in acting as a flight crew
    member towards the issuance of the person’s flight crew permit or
    licence or the endorsement of the person’s flight crew licence or permit
    with a rating.
    • Credits towards Requirements for a Flight Crew Permit, Licence or Rating401.09 The
    • Minister shall, in accordance with the personnel licensing standards,
    • credit the flight time acquired by a person in acting as a flight crew
    • member towards the issuance of the person’s flight crew permit or
    • licence or the endorsement of the person’s flight crew licence or permit
    • with a rating.
  7. Division II — TestingExamination Prerequisites
    401.13 (1) Prior
    to taking a written examination, an applicant for a flight crew permit,
    licence or rating shall meet the prerequisites for the examination set
    out in the personnel licensing standards with respect to
    • (a) medical fitness;
    • (b) identification;
    • (c) a recommendation from the flight instructor who is responsible for the training of the applicant; and
    • (d) experience.
    • (2) The
    • applicant for a flight crew permit, licence or rating must be
    • sufficiently competent in one of the official languages to be able to
    • read the examination questions and to write the answers without
    • assistance.
  8. Flight Test Prerequisites401.14 Prior
    to taking a flight test, an applicant for a flight crew permit, licence
    or rating shall meet the prerequisites for the test set out in the
    personnel licensing standards with respect to
    • (a) medical fitness;
    • (b) identification;
    • (c) a recommendation from the flight instructor who is responsible for the training of the applicant;
    • (d) experience; and
    • (e) for applicants for a commercial pilot licence — aeroplane or helicopter, knowledge.
  9. Conduct of a Flight Test401.15 No
    person shall conduct a flight test required for the issuance or renewal
    of a flight crew permit or licence or for the endorsement of a flight
    crew permit or licence with a rating unless
    • (a) the person
    • (i) is designated by the Minister to conduct the flight test, and
    • (ii) meets the requirements of section 425.21 of the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training; and
    • (b) the flight test is conducted in accordance with
    • (i) Subpart 8, in the case of an aeroplane or helicopter, or
    • (ii) the personnel licensing standards, in any other case.
  10. Failure of a Flight Test401.16 Where
    an applicant has failed a flight test, the applicant shall complete the
    remedial requirements specified in the personnel licensing standards
    prior to being retested.
    • Failure of a Flight Test401.16 Where
    • an applicant has failed a flight test, the applicant shall complete the
    • remedial requirements specified in the personnel licensing standards
    • prior to being retested.
  11. Failure of a Flight Test for a Rating Renewal
    401.17 (1) Where,
    during a flight test, the holder of a rating fails to meet the
    requirements specified in the personnel licensing standards for the
    lowest class of that rating, the Minister shall suspend the rating.
    (2) Where,
    during a flight test for a flight instructor rating, the holder of a
    rating fails to meet the requirements specified in the personnel
    licensing standards for renewal of the rating but meets the requirements
    for a lower class of that rating the Minister shall endorse the
    holder’s licence with the lower class of that rating.
    • 401.17 (1) Where,
    • during a flight test, the holder of a rating fails to meet the
    • requirements specified in the personnel licensing standards for the
    • lowest class of that rating, the Minister shall suspend the rating.
    • (2) Where,
    • during a flight test for a flight instructor rating, the holder of a
    • rating fails to meet the requirements specified in the personnel
    • licensing standards for renewal of the rating but meets the requirements
    • for a lower class of that rating the Minister shall endorse the
    • holder’s licence with the lower class of that rating.
  12. Division III — Student Pilot PermitsPrivileges
    401.19 (1) The
    holder of a student pilot permit may act as pilot-in-command of an
    aircraft of the category for which the permit is endorsed if
    • (a) the flight is conducted for the purpose of the holder’s flight training;
    • (b) the flight is conducted in Canada;
    • (c) the flight is conducted under day VFR;
    • (d) the
    • flight is conducted under the direction and supervision of a person
    • qualified to provide training toward the permit, licence or rating for
    • which the pilot-in-command experience is required; and
    • (e) no passenger is carried on board.
    • (2) Despite
    • paragraph (1)(c), the holder of a student pilot permit who is enrolled
    • in an integrated course may act as pilot-in-command during a flight that
    • is conducted under day or night VFR.
  13. Ultra-light Aeroplanes — Privileges401.21 The holder of a pilot permit — ultra-light aeroplane may, under day VFR,
    • (a) act as pilot-in-command of an ultra-light aeroplane with no other person on board;
    • (b) act as pilot-in-command of an ultra-light aeroplane with one other person on board if
    • (i) the holder’s permit is endorsed with a passenger-carrying rating,
    • (ii) the ultra-light aeroplane has no restrictions against carrying another person, and
    • (iii) the
    • holder has completed training, including dual instruction and solo
    • flight, on the class of ultra-light aeroplane being operated;
    • (c) act
    • as pilot-in-command of an ultra-light aeroplane with one other person
    • on board if the other person is a holder of a pilot licence or permit,
    • other than a student pilot permit, that allows them to act as
    • pilot-in-command of an ultra-light aeroplane; or
    • (d) act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft for the sole purpose of the holder’s flight training or flight test if
    • (i) in the case of flight training,
    • (A) it is conducted under the direction and supervision of a flight instructor qualified in accordance with section 425.21 of the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training, and
    • (B) no other person is carried on board, and
    • (ii) in the case of a flight test,
    • (A) it is conducted in accordance with section 401.15, and
    • (B) no passenger is carried on board.
  14. Recreational — Aeroplanes — Privileges401.22 The holder of a pilot permit — recreational — aeroplane may, under day VFR, act as
    (a) pilot-in-command of an aeroplane of a class and type in respect of which the permit is endorsed with a rating where
    • (i) the aeroplane is a single-engined aeroplane that is not a high-performance aeroplane,
    • (ii) the aeroplane is designed, or is authorized by a type certificate, to carry a maximum of four persons, and
    • (iii) no more than one passenger is carried on board;
    • (b) pilot-in-command of an ultra-light aeroplane; and
    • (c) pilot-in-command or co-pilot of any aircraft for the sole purpose of the holder’s flight training or flight test where
    • (i) in the case of flight training,
    • (A) it is conducted under the direction and supervision of a flight instructor qualified in accordance with section 425.21 of the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training, and
    • (B) no passenger is carried on board, and
    • (ii) in the case of a flight test,
    • (A) it is conducted in accordance with section 401.15, and
    • (B) no passenger is carried on board.
  15. Division VI — Private Pilot LicenceAeroplanes — Privileges401.26 The holder of a private pilot licence — aeroplane may act as
    (a) pilot-in-command or co-pilot of an aeroplane of a class and type in respect of which the licence is endorsed with ratings;
    • (b) pilot-in-command of an ultra-light aeroplane; and
    • (c) pilot-in-command or co-pilot of any aircraft for the sole purpose of the holder’s flight training or flight test where
    • (i) in the case of flight training,
    • (A) it is conducted under the direction and supervision of a flight instructor qualified in accordance with section 425.21 of the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training, and
    • (B) no passenger is carried on board, and
    • (ii) in the case of a flight test,
    • (A) it is conducted in accordance with section 401.15, and
    • (B) no passenger is carried on board.
  16. Aeroplanes and Helicopters — Reimbursement of Costs Incurred in respect of a Flight[SOR/2005-320, s. 4(F)]
    401.28 (1) The
    holder of a private pilot licence shall not act as the pilot-in-command
    of an aeroplane or helicopter for hire or reward unless the conditions
    set out in subsection (2), (3), (4) or (5), as applicable, are met.
    • (2) The holder of a private pilot licence may receive reimbursement for costs incurred in respect of a flight if the holder
    • (a) is the owner or operator of the aircraft;
    • (b) conducts the flight for purposes other than hire or reward;
    • (c) carries passengers only incidentally to the purposes of the flight; and
    • (d) receives a reimbursement that
    • (i) is provided only by the passengers referred to in paragraph (c), and
    • (ii) is
    • for the purpose of sharing the costs of fuel, oil and fees charged
    • against the aircraft in respect of the flight, as applicable.
    • (3) The
    • holder of a private pilot licence may receive reimbursement from the
    • holder’s employer for costs incurred in respect of a flight if the
    • holder
    • (a) is employed on a full-time basis by the employer for purposes other than flying;
    • (b) conducts the flight on the employer’s business and the flight is incidental to the execution of the holder’s duties; and
    • (c) receives a reimbursement that
    • (i) in
    • the case of an aircraft owned by the holder, is paid at a rate based on
    • distance travelled or number of hours flown and that does not exceed
    • the total of the holder’s direct operating costs and the fees charged
    • against the aircraft in respect of the flight, or
    • (ii) in
    • the case of a rental aircraft, does not exceed the total of the
    • holder’s rental costs, direct operating costs and the fees charged
    • against the aircraft in respect of the flight.
    • (4) The
    • holder of a private pilot licence may receive reimbursement from a
    • charitable, not-for-profit or public security organization in respect of
    • a flight conducted by the holder as a volunteer for that organization
    • if the reimbursement
    • (a) in
    • the case of an aircraft owned by the holder, is paid at a rate based on
    • distance travelled or number of hours flown and does not exceed the
    • total of the holder’s direct operating costs and the fees charged
    • against the aircraft in respect of the flight; or
    • (b) in
    • the case of a rental aircraft, does not exceed the total of the
    • holder’s rental costs, direct operating costs and the fees charged
    • against the aircraft in respect of the flight.
    • (5) The
    • holder of a private pilot licence who is a farmer, as defined in
    • section 700.01, may conduct aerial work involving the dispersal of
    • products for agricultural purposes for hire or reward if the holder
    • (a) does not hold an air operator certificate;
    • (b) owns the aircraft that is used to disperse the products;
    • (c) has
    • at least 150 hours of flight time as pilot-in-command, including at
    • least 25 hours of flight time in the type of aircraft being used;
    • (d) ensures that no more than the minimum number of crew members needed to disperse the products is on board the aircraft;
    • (e) ensures that the dispersal takes place within 25 miles of the centre of the holder’s farm; and
    • (f) ensures that no dispersal is conducted within a control zone without the authority of the appropriate air traffic control unit.
  17. Division VII — Commercial Pilot LicenceAeroplanes — Privileges and Requirements[SOR/2006-352, s. 8]
    401.30 (1) Subject to subsection (3), the holder of a commercial pilot licence — aeroplane may, by day or night,
    • (a) exercise the privileges of a private pilot licence — aeroplane;
    • (b) exercise the privileges of a VFR OTT rating;
    • (c) while
    • engaged in providing a commercial air service by means of an aeroplane
    • of a class and type in respect of which the licence is endorsed with
    • ratings, act as
    • (i) pilot-in-command
    • of the aeroplane, if the minimum flight crew document for the aeroplane
    • specifies a minimum flight crew of one pilot, or
    • (ii) co-pilot of the aeroplane;
    • (d) if qualified as a flight instructor in accordance with section 425.21 of the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training, conduct flight instruction; and
    • (e) exercise
    • private pilot licence — aeroplane privileges until the end of the
    • medical validity period specified for the private pilot licence.
    • (2) Where
    • an applicant meets the requirements specified in the personnel
    • licensing standards in respect of a commercial pilot licence — aeroplane
    • except the night flight time requirements, the Minister shall issue to
    • the applicant a commercial pilot licence — aeroplane endorsed for
    • daylight flying only.
    • (3) No
    • holder of a commercial pilot licence — aeroplane whose licence is
    • endorsed with a daylight-flying-only restriction shall exercise the
    • privileges set out in paragraphs (1)(a) and (c) by night.
    • (4) The
    • Minister shall remove the daylight-flying-only restriction if an
    • applicant meets the night flight time requirements of the personnel
    • licensing standards.
    • SOR/2001-49, s. 18;
    • SOR/2003-129, s. 7;
    • SOR/2005-320, s. 5;
    • SOR/2006-352, s. 9;
    • SOR/2011-284, s. 13.Previous Version
    • Helicopters — Privileges and Requirements[SOR/2006-352, s. 10]
    • 401.31 (1) Subject to subsection (3), the holder of a commercial pilot licence — helicopter may, by day or night,
    • (a) exercise the privileges of a private pilot licence — helicopter;
    • (b) while
    • engaged in providing a commercial air service by means of a helicopter
    • of a type in respect of which the licence is endorsed with ratings, act
    • as
    • (i) pilot-in-command
    • of the helicopter, if the minimum flight crew document for the
    • helicopter specifies a minimum flight crew of one pilot, or
    • (ii) co-pilot of the helicopter;
    • (c) if qualified as a flight instructor in accordance with section 425.21 of the Personnel Licensing and Training Standards respecting Flight Training, conduct flight instruction; and
    • (d) exercise
    • private pilot licence  —  helicopter privileges until the end of the
    • medical validity period specified for the private pilot licence.
    • (2) Where
    • an applicant meets the requirements specified in the personnel
    • licensing standards for a commercial pilot licence — helicopter except
    • the night flight time requirements, the Minister shall issue to the
    • applicant a commercial pilot licence — helicopter endorsed for daylight
    • flying only.
    • (3) No
    • holder of a commercial pilot licence — helicopter whose licence is
    • endorsed with a daylight-flying-only restriction shall exercise the
    • privileges set out in paragraphs (1)(a) and (b) by night.
    • (4) The
    • Minister shall remove the daylight-flying-only restriction if an
    • applicant meets the night flight time requirements of the personnel
    • licensing standards.
  18. Division VIII — Airline Transport Pilot LicenceAeroplanes — Privileges
    401.34 (1) Subject
    to subsection (2), the holder of an airline transport pilot licence —
    aeroplane may exercise the privileges of a private pilot licence —
    aeroplane and a commercial pilot licence — aeroplane.
    • (2) The
    • holder of an airline transport pilot licence — aeroplane endorsed with a
    • Group 1 instrument rating may, while engaged in providing a commercial
    • air service by means of an aeroplane of a class and type in respect of
    • which the licence is endorsed with a rating, act as
    • (a) pilot-in-command
    • of the aeroplane, if the minimum flight crew document for that
    • aeroplane specifies a minimum flight crew of two pilots; or
    • (b) co-pilot of the aeroplane.
  19. Division X — Aeroplane Class RatingsRating401.38 The
    Minister shall endorse the following permits and licences with an
    aeroplane class rating if the applicant for the rating meets the
    requirements referred to in section 401.06:
    • (a) private pilot licence — aeroplane;
    • (b) commercial pilot licence — aeroplane;
    • (c) airline transport pilot licence — aeroplane; and
    • (d) pilot permit — recreational — aeroplane.
  20. Privileges401.39 The
    holder of a permit or licence that has been endorsed with an aeroplane
    class rating may exercise the privileges of the permit or licence in the
    class of aeroplane for which the permit or licence is endorsed.
    • Privileges401.39 The
    • holder of a permit or licence that has been endorsed with an aeroplane
    • class rating may exercise the privileges of the permit or licence in the
    • class of aeroplane for which the permit or licence is endorsed.
  21. Division XI — Aircraft Type RatingsBlanket and Individual Type Ratings401.40 The
    Minister shall endorse the permits and licences specified in the
    personnel licensing standards with a blanket aircraft type rating or an
    individual type rating if the applicant for the rating meets the
    requirements referred to in section 401.06.
    • Division XI — Aircraft Type RatingsBlanket and Individual Type Ratings401.40 The
    • Minister shall endorse the permits and licences specified in the
    • personnel licensing standards with a blanket aircraft type rating or an
    • individual type rating if the applicant for the rating meets the
    • requirements referred to in section 401.06.
  22. Privileges401.41 The
    holder of a permit or licence that has been endorsed with a blanket
    aircraft type rating or an individual type rating may exercise the
    privileges of the permit or licence in the blanket aircraft type or
    individual aircraft type for which the permit or licence is endorsed.
    • Privileges401.41 The
    • holder of a permit or licence that has been endorsed with a blanket
    • aircraft type rating or an individual type rating may exercise the
    • privileges of the permit or licence in the blanket aircraft type or
    • individual aircraft type for which the permit or licence is endorsed.
  23. Division XII — Night RatingRating401.42 The
    Minister shall endorse the following permits and licences with a night
    rating if the applicant for the rating meets the requirements referred
    to in section 401.06:
    • (a) private pilot licence — aeroplane;
    • (b) private pilot licence — helicopter;
    • (c) pilot licence — balloon; and
    • (d) pilot permit — gyroplane.
  24. Privileges401.43 The
    holder of a permit or licence that has been endorsed with a night
    rating may exercise the privileges of the permit or licence by night.
    • Privileges401.43 The
    • holder of a permit or licence that has been endorsed with a night
    • rating may exercise the privileges of the permit or licence by night.
  25. Division XIII — VFR Over-the-Top RatingRating401.44 The
    Minister shall endorse the following licences with a VFR OTT rating if
    the applicant for the rating meets the requirements referred to in
    section 401.06:
    • (a) private pilot licence — aeroplane;
    • (b) private pilot licence — helicopter;
    • (c) commercial pilot licence — helicopter; and
    • (d) airline transport pilot licence — helicopter.
  26. Privileges401.45 The
    holder of a licence that has been endorsed with a VFR OTT rating may
    exercise the privileges of the licence in VFR OTT flight in accordance
    with section 602.116.
    • Privileges401.45 The
    • holder of a licence that has been endorsed with a VFR OTT rating may
    • exercise the privileges of the licence in VFR OTT flight in accordance
    • with section 602.116.
Author
flash2014
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336891
Card Set
CARS Inst. Rating
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Cards for Transport Canada Exam
Updated