Air operators certified under subparts 702, 703, 704 and 705 of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARS)
|Issuing Office:||Standards Branch|
|File Classification No. :||Z 5000-35|
|RDIMS No. :||12308074|
|Document No. :||CASA 2016-09|
|Issue No. :||01|
The purpose of this Civil Aviation Safety Alert (CASA) is to stress the requirements related to the qualifications of training pilots.
A recent surveillance activity by Transport Canada found that training pilots used by an air operator were not qualified to conduct the training.
The intent of this CASA is to remind air operators that training must be conducted in accordance with the Subpart in which they are operating under. It is the air operator’s responsibility to ensure that training pilots (either company personnel or those of a training vendor) meet the qualifications pertinent to the Subpart in which the air operator operates.
Air operators certificated under Subparts 702, 703, 704 and 705 of the CARs should review the Canadian regulatory requirements related to the qualifications of training pilots.
- Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs);
- 702.65(c) Flight Crew Member Qualifications;
- 722.76(3) Qualifications of Training Personnel;
- 703.88(1)(c) Flight Crew Member Qualifications;
- 723.98(3) Training and Qualifications of Training Personnel;
- 704.108(1)(c) Flight Crew Member Qualifications;
- 724.115(4) Training and Qualifications of Training Personnel;
- 705.106(1)(c) Pilot Qualifications;
- 725.124(4) Training Personnel.
For more information concerning this issue, contact a Transport Canada Centre; or contact Deborah Martin, Chief, Commercial Flight Standards AARTF in Ottawa, by telephone at 613-990-1055, by fax at 613-990-6215 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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THE TRANSPORT CANADA CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY ALERT (CASA) IS USED TO CONVEY IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION AND CONTAINS RECOMMENDED ACTION ITEMS. THE CASA STRIVES TO ASSIST THE AVIATION INDUSTRY'S EFFORTS TO PROVIDE A SERVICE WITH THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE DEGREE OF SAFETY. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS OFTEN CRITICAL AND MUST BE CONVEYED TO THE APPROPRIATE OFFICE IN A TIMELY MANNER. THE CASA MAY BE CHANGED OR AMENDED SHOULD NEW INFORMATION BECOME AVAILABLE.
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