705.84 (1) Subject to subsection (2), no air operator shall operate an aeroplane unless the aeroplane is equipped with an operative TAWS that
(a) meets the requirements for Class A equipment set out in CAN-TSO-C151b;
(b) meets, effective on the day that is five years after the day on which this section comes into force, the altitude accuracy requirements set out in section 551.102 of Chapter 551 of the Airworthiness Manual; and
(c) has a terrain and airport database compatible with the area of operation and a terrain awareness and situational display.
(2) The air operator may operate the aeroplane without its being equipped with an operative TAWS if
(a) in the event that a minimum equipment list has not been approved by the Minister and subject to subsection 605.08(1), the operation takes place within the three days after the day on which the failure of the TAWS occurs; or
(b) it is necessary for the pilot-in-command to deactivate, in the interests of aviation safety, the TAWS or any of its modes and the pilot-in-command does so in accordance with the aircraft flight manual, aircraft operating manual, flight manual supplement or minimum equipment list.
(3) This section does not apply in respect of aeroplanes manufactured on or before the day on which this section comes into force until the day that is two years after that day.
- SOR/2012-136, s. 13.
Division VI — Emergency Equipment
705.89 No person shall operate, with passengers on board, an aeroplane for which a type certificate has been issued authorizing the transport of 60 or more passengers, unless the following number of portable battery-powered megaphones are carried on board the aeroplane and are conveniently located and readily available for use by the flight attendants:
(a) for each passenger deck, at least one megaphone;
(b) 61 to 99 passenger seats, one megaphone; and
(c) 100 or more passenger seats, two megaphones.
First Aid Kits
705.90 (1) No person shall operate an aircraft unless the following number of first aid kits that meet the Commercial Air Service Standards are carried on board the aircraft:
(a) 0 to 50 passenger seats, one kit;
(b) 51 to 150 passenger seats, two kits;
(c) 151 to 250 passenger seats, three kits; and
(d) 251 or more passenger seats, four kits.
(2) First aid kits shall be
(a) distributed throughout the aircraft cabin;
(b) readily available to crew members and passengers;
(c) clearly identified;
(d) marked with the date of the last inspection; and
(e) where the aircraft is equipped with only one first aid kit, located as close as practicable to an emergency exit.
(3) A stowage compartment that contains a first aid kit shall be clearly marked as to its contents.
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