Pursuant to section 602.160 of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs), I hereby exempt, Bradley Air Services Limited (First Air Division), 100 Thad Johnston Road, Ottawa International Airport, Gloucester, Ontario, K1V 0R1, from the requirements set out in paragraph 602.152(a) of the CARs subject to the following conditions.
Paragraph 602.152(a) of the CARs states that after April 1, 2002, no person shall operate an aeroplane to or from an aerodrome in Canada unless the aeroplane is a Chapter 3 aeroplane.
The purpose of this exemption is to allow Bradley Air Services Limited (First Air Division) to operate one (1) Chapter 2 gravel equipped aeroplane for northern operations in accordance with section 602.161 of the CARs.
The exemption applies to one (1) Chapter 2 gravel equipped aeroplane operated by Bradley Air Services Limited (First Air Division) under the Air Operator Certificate Number 875 for its northern operations. Specifically, the aircraft to which this exemption applies is:
Boeing 737-242C, serial number 21728 registration C-GNDC
This exemption is subject to the following conditions:
- The aircraft specified in this exemption shall serve only the northern communities of Yellowknife (YZF), Cambridge Bay (YCB) and Rankin Inlet (YRT);
- The operator shall not take-off or land the aircraft at any aerodromes that are south of the "designated area", as defined in Appendix A, except for Edmonton International Airport (YEG);
- The aircraft shall be equipped to be suitable for operations on gravel runways; and
- A copy of this exemption shall be carried in the journey log book of the aircraft subject to this exemption.
This exemption is valid until the earliest of:
- 23:59 MST on December 23, 2004;
- The date on which an amendment to the relevant sections of the CARs comes into effect;
- The date on which any condition specified in the exemption is not complied with; or
- The date on which the exemption is canceled in writing by the Minister, where he is of the opinion that it is no longer in the public interest or it is likely to affect aviation safety.
Dated at Ottawa, on the 15th day of December 2004, on behalf of the Minister of Transport.
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"designated area" means, that part of Canada north of a line described as follows:
- commencing on the point of intersection of the Atlantic coast of Canada with the 50th parallel,
- thence west along the 50th parallel to the point of intersection of that parallel with the border of Ontario and Manitoba,
- thence northwesterly along a straight line drawn from the intersection of the 50th parallel with the border of Ontario and Manitoba to the intersection of the 53rd parallel with the border of Manitoba and Saskatchewan,
- thence northwesterly along a straight line drawn from the intersection of the 53rd parallel with the border of Manitoba and Saskatchewan to the intersection of the 55th parallel with the border of Saskatchewan and Alberta and
- thence west along the 55th parallel to the Pacific coast of Canada.
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