Part V - Standard 507 - TABLE I - Supplemental Documentation for a Flight Authority

Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) 2019-1

(amended 2009/12/01)



TYPE OF AUTHORITY REQUESTED REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS:
  • under the following cases...
  • all cases where the requirements of Chapter 516 of the AWM are not part of the certification basis shown in the type certificate issued by the Minister:
    (amended 2009/12/01)
A conformity statement, signed by a person authorised pursuant to CAR 507.10, attesting the compliance status of the aircraft in respect of those requirements.
  • of a new aircraft that has been manufactured in Canada, pursuant to CAR 561:
    (amended 2009/12/01)
A completed Statement of Conformity from the manufacturer, stating that the aircraft meets the applicable type design.
  • a new aircraft of foreign manufacture for which a Canadian type certificate has been issued:
Subject to CAR 507.07 requirements, an export airworthiness certificate (EAC), issued by the civil aviation authority of the state of manufacture.
  • of a used aircraft of foreign manufacture being imported with an export airworthiness certificate, issued by the civil aviation authority of a state with which Canada has a Bilateral Airworthiness Agreement:

Subject to CAR 507.07 requirements:

  1. (a) documentation which provides a history of the maintenance carried out on the aircraft, shows the status of the scheduled maintenance and life limited items, and confirms that actions required by airworthiness directives have been carried out; and

  2. (b) documentation which provides a history of any modifications or repairs embodied.

  • of a used aircraft which has been imported without an export airworthiness certificate:

Subject to CAR 507.07 requirements:

  1. (a) a certification by the holder of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer licence that the aircraft is in compliance with the applicable Canadian type certificate;

  2. (b) documentation which provides a history of the maintenance carried out on the aircraft, shows the status of the scheduled maintenance and life limited items, and confirms that actions required by airworthiness directives have been carried out; and

  3. (c) documentation which provides a history of any modifications or repairs embodied.

SPECIAL CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS:

under the following cases...

  • Provisional:
  1. (1) Information regarding the intended uses of the aircraft;

  2. (2) The proposed limitations placed on the operation of the aircraft; and

  3. (3) The proposed restrictions regarding the number of crew or passengers which can be carried.

  • Restricted:
Details the nature of the special role intended for the aircraft, including any proposed restrictions or special conditions regarding the operation of the aircraft, and the crew and passengers which can be carried.
  • Amateur-built:
The data required for a special certificate of airworthiness listed in Chapter 549 of this manual.
(amended 2009/12/01)

 

  • Owner-maintenance:
    (amended 2002/03/01; no previous version)
A conformity statement, signed by the owner, attesting the compliance status of the aircraft in respect of the pertinent requirements of standard 507.03(6).
(amended 2002/03/01; no previous version)
  • Limited:

    In respect of an aircraft for which a flight permit (Private) had been issued on or before January 1, 1989;

  1. (1) Data sufficient to confirm that maintenance has been carried out in accordance with the applicable standards;

  2. (2) The purpose for which the aircraft is to be used; and

  3. (3) Information regarding flight limitations, if applicable.

  • Limited:

    In respect of aeroplanes of a type which have been accepted for use in the military service and which are approved by the Minister for operations other than those conducted under CAR 406 or Part VII.

  1. (1) A history of the aeroplane including, where applicable, documentation regarding all conversions performed from the original military configuration; and

  2. (2) Information regarding flight limitations, if applicable.

  • Limited:

    In respect of any other aircraft.

Any data determined to be necessary giving regard to the individual situation at the time of application.
FLIGHT PERMIT:

under the following cases...

  • Experimental:
  1. (1) A statement setting forth the purpose of the flight(s);

  2. (2) ) Sufficient data to identify the aircraft and its configuration, and except for aircraft previously type certified, or for which an equivalent foreign certification has been accepted by the Minister, three-view drawings or three-view photographs of the aircraft, provided those photographs depict aircraft dimensions;
    (amended 2009/12/01)

  3. (3) ) Sufficient data to assure the safety of operation of the aircraft as prescribed under CAR 521;
    (amended 2009/12/01)

  4. (4) The estimated calendar time required for the flights;

  5. (5) The proposed geographical areas over which the flight(s) will take place;

  6. (6) A weight and balance report; and

  7. (7) Any operating limitation(s).

  • Specific Purpose:
  1. (1) A statement detailing the specific purpose of the flight(s);

  2. (2) A list of any additional equipment, fuel, or fuel carrying facilities necessary for the flight;

  3. (3) Proposed conditions and limitations for flight which differ from normal conditions and limitations for that aircraft; and

  4. (4) Where the application is made in respect of a damaged aircraft, details of that damage.

  • Validation of a Foreign Flight Authority:
  1. (1) A copy of the foreign flight authority;

  2. (2) The proposed flight itinerary; and

  3. (3) Any associated operating limitations sheets issued by the foreign authority.