Pursuant to subsection 5.9(2) of the Aeronautics Act, and after taking into account that the exemption is in the public interest and is not likely to affect aviation safety, I hereby exempt JCB AVIATION, 501 RANG DOUBLE, ST -AMBROISE DE KILDARE, QUÉBEC, Canada JOK lCO from the requirements set out in subclause 723.07(2)(b)(i)(B)(II) of the Commercial Air Services Standards (CASS) made pursuant to subparagraph 703.07(2)(b)(ii) of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs), subject to the following conditions.
Subparagraph 703.07(2)(b)(ii) of the CARs requires that air operators employ chief pilots who have been approved by the Minister in accordance with the CASS.
Subclause 723.07(2)(b)(i)(B)(II) of the CASS stipulates that the qualifications of the chief pilot must include at least 500 hours of flight time, 250 of which shall be as pilot-in-command within the preceding three (3) years on the same category and class of aircraft being operated.
The purpose of this exemption is to allow JCB AVIATION to employ a chief pilot who does not meet the requirement of 250 hours as pilot-in-command within the preceding three (3) years on the same category and class of aircraft being operated.
This exemption applies to Mr. PIERRE LEBOEUF, holder of licence AA65793 as chief pilot, while he is employed at JCB AVIATION.
This exemption is subject to the following conditions:
- All the other requirements of Standard 723.07(2)(b) must be respected.
- Mr. PIERRE LEBOEUF must complete 5 hours of flight time on the aircraft Piper Seneca P A34 in addition to the approved JCB AVIATON training program. These hours may be completed either with one or two pilots, or in training.
- Mr. PIERRE LEBOEUF must successfully pass the CAR 703 chief pilot written examination (CPTAX), and the chief pilot interview with Transport Canada
This exemption is valid until the earliest of:
- 23:59 EST on February 1, 2006;
- The date on which any condition specified in the exemption is breached;
- The date on which an amendment to the appropriate provisions of the CARs or related standards comes into effect;
- The date on which this exemption is cancelled in writing by the Minister where he is of the opinion it is no longer in the public interest, or is likely to adversely affect aviation safety; or
- The date on which the candidates meets the requirements of CAR 723.07(2)(b)(B)(II).
Dated at Dorval, Canada, this 3rd day of August 2004, on behalf of the Minister of Transport.
on behalf of the Minister of Transport
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