Canadian Aviation Regulations (SOR/96-433)

Regulations are current to 2014-09-29 and last amended on 2014-05-29. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE I(Paragraph 604.127(i), subsection 605.94(1) and Item 3 of Schedule II)

JOURNEY LOG

ItemColumn IColumn IIColumn III
Particulars to be enteredTime of entryPerson responsible for entry
1.Aircraft nationality and registration marks

Aircraft manufacturer, type, model and serial number

On starting to keep a journey log and on bringing a new volume of an existing log into useThe owner of the aircraft
2.Except where an approved fleet empty weight and balance control program is in place, aircraft empty weight and empty centre of gravity and any change in the aircraft empty weight and empty centre of gravityOn starting to keep a journey log and on bringing a new volume of an existing log into use and, when a change is made, as soon as practicable after the change but, at the latest, before the next flightThe owner of the aircraft and, for any change, the person who made the change
3.Where an additional flight authority has been issued in respect of an aircraft under section 507.08, any change in the flight authority in effectOn changing the flight authority in effectThe person who made the change
4.Air time of each flight or series of flights and cumulative total air time and, where applicable, number of operating cycles or landings since date of manufactureDaily, on completing each flight or series of flightsThe pilot-in-command of the aircraft or a person designated by an air operator, a private operator or a flight training unit
5.Except where an equivalent technical dispatch procedure is in place in accordance with section 706.06,
  • (a) a description of the applicable maintenance schedule; and

  • (b) the date, air time, operating cycle or landing at which the next scheduled maintenance action is required

On bringing the maintenance schedule into use and on completing each scheduled maintenance action referred to in column I of this itemThe owner of the aircraft
6.Particulars of any abnormal occurrence to which the aircraft has been subjectedAs soon as practicable after the abnormal occurrence but, at the latest, before the next flightThe pilot-in-command of the aircraft or, where the abnormal occurrence took place during maintenance, the operator of the aircraft at the time of the occurrence
7.Particulars relating to a conditional maintenance release signed in accordance with section 571.10As soon as practicable after the aircraft has received a conditional maintenance release for a test flight, but at the latest, prior to that test flightThe person who signed the conditional maintenance release
8.Particulars relating to the results of a test flight entered pursuant to subsection 605.85(3)On completing the test flight but, at the latest, before the next flightThe pilot-in-command of the aircraft who conducted the test flight
9.Particulars of any defect in any part of the aircraft or its equipment that becomes apparent during flight operationsAs soon as practicable after the defect is discovered but, at the latest, before the next flightThe pilot-in-command of the aircraft
10.Except where an equivalent technical dispatch procedure is in place in accordance with section 706.06, the particulars of any defect in any part of the aircraft or its equipment that is not rectified before the next flightBefore the next flightThe person who discovered the defect
11.Particulars of any maintenance action or elementary work performed in respect of items 2, 6, 9, and 10As soon as practicable after the maintenance action or elementary work is performed but, at the latest, before the next flightThe person who performed the maintenance action or elementary work and, where applicable, the person signing the maintenance release
  • SOR/2006-77, s. 24;
  • SOR/2014-131, s. 22.