Commercial and Business Aviation Advisory Circulars

Commercial and Business Aviation Advisory Circulars ( CBAACs ) are intended to provide information and guidance regarding operational matters. A CBAAC may describe an acceptable, but not the only, means of demonstrating compliance with existing regulations. CBAACs in and of themselves do not change, create any additional, authorize changes in, or permit deviations from regulatory requirements.

The following CBAACs are in effect and are available as separate entities. All other CBAACs (previously Air Carrier Advisory Circulars) have either been cancelled, revised or included in the Canadian Aviation Regulations ( CARs ) or other aviation publications.

All documents issued after 01 Feb 2007 are now published as Advisory Circulars.

Document number
  Issue date   Subject
CBAAC 0260 2007-03-20 Potential for in-flight fires due to lithium battery failure                  
CBAAC 0252 2006-01-26 Safety Considerations Of Corded Electrical Devices In The Passenger Cabin
CBAAC 0248 2005-12-19 Narrow Runway Operations
CBAAC 0243 2005-07-29 Instrument Landing System/Precision Runway Monitor Approaches - Operations Specification
CBAAC 0208R 2005-05-20 Air Operators' Responsibilities with Respect to Potable Water Systems on Board Aircraft
CBAAC 0207 2002-05-13 Monitoring of Flight Time and Flight Duty Time
CBAAC 0206 2002-05-21 Structural Overload in Transport Category Aeroplanes Caused by Rudder Inputs
CBAAC 0204R 2006-07-28 Compliance with Regulatory Requirements Respecting Infant Life Preservers
CBAAC 0195R 2002-02-27 Reconsideration of Civil Aviation Tribunal ( CAT
CBAAC 0193 2001-11-01 Flight Data Monitoring ( FDM
CBAAC 0185 2001-06-11 The Effect of Beards or Long Hair on the Efficiency of Demand Type, Continuous Flow Oxygen Masks, or Smoke Hoods
CBAAC 0184 2001-05-14 Stowage and Packaging of Survival Equipment and Emergency Flares
CBAAC 0183R 2006-04-28 Measures for Managing Exposure to Cosmic Radiation of Employees Working On Board Aircraft
CBAAC 0173 2000-05-05 Location of Additional Flashlights in the Passenger Cabin
CBAAC 0169 2000-03-02 Aeroplane Upset Training
CBAAC 0167 2000-03-01 Notice to Air Operators and Pilots Operating Single Pilot IFR CAR
CBAAC 0161 1999-08-31 Controlled Flight Into Terrain
CBAAC 0153 1999-03-12 Requirements Concerning Operations in Night Visual Flight Rules ( NVFR
CBAAC 0147 1998-11-02 Airborne Icing Update
CBAAC 0146R 1998-11-15 Notice to Pilots and Air Operators of Fairchild / Swearingen Metroliner SA226 &227 Aircraft Brake Overheat and Wheel Well Fire Hazards
CBAAC 0141 1998-05-13 Notice to Pilots and Air Operators Low-Energy Hazards Balked Landing / Go-Around
CBAAC 0136 1997-12-05 Flight Attendant Attire
CBAAC 0130R 1999-06-15 Training Concerning Operations in Airborne Icing Conditions
CBAAC 0127 1997-06-24 Manual Cross-referencing List
CBAAC 0124R 2000-08-17 Passenger Use of Personal Headsets and Protective Hearing Devices
CBAAC 0116 1997-04-11 Infant Passenger Count
CBAAC 0115R2 2007-04-16 Process for Approval of a Flight Attendant Manager
CBAAC 0108 1996-12-05 Protective Breathing Equipment Requirements
CBAAC 0107R 1997-01-14 Reporting Aircraft Defects and Unserviceabilities
CBAAC 0102R 2001-01-18 Stowage Of Disposable In-flight Service Waste in Aircraft Lavatories
CBAAC 0091R 1996-04-01 Flight Time and Flight Duty Time Limitations and Rest Periods
CBAAC 0072R 1997-01-20 Ground De-Icing / Anti-Icing Of Aircraft With the Main Engines Running

Note: Where applicable, consideration should be given to adding the information contained within the Commercial and Business Aviation Advisory Circulars to the various initial and recurrent training programs in your organization. The Commercial and Business Aviation Advisory Circulars are not copyright reserved and may be reproduced and photocopied.