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  1. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (SCHEDULE VI)

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    Maintenance and Manufacturing

    Column I Column II
    Item Document or Preparatory Action in Respect of Which a Charge Is Imposed Charge ($)
    1 Issuance of the following flight authorities by an employee of the Department of Transport:
    • (a) a certificate of airworthiness for an aircraft in the transport category, other than a certificate issued on importation of the aircraft

    180
    • (b) a certificate of airworthiness for an aircraft not in the transport category, other than a certificate issued on importation of the aircraft

    125
    • (c) a certificate of airworthiness for an aircraft in the transport category, issued on importation of the aircraft

    1,260
    • (d) a certificate of airworthiness for an aircraft not in the transport category, issued on importation of the aircraft

    590
    7 Issuance of an export airworthiness certificate by an employee of the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes and transport category rotorcraft

    2,500
    • (b) very light aeroplanes, airships and aeroplanes and rotorcraft other than transport category aeroplanes and transport category rotorcraft

    400
    11 Approval of an amendment to the tasks or intervals set out in an aircraft maintenance schedule other than an amendment requested by an employee of the Department of Transport 100
    15 Inspection, by an employee of the Department of Transport, of an amateur-built aircraft during construction 230

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  2. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (SCHEDULE V)

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    Aeronautical Product Approvals

    Column I Column II
    Item Document or Preparatory Action in Respect of Which a Charge Is Imposed Charge ($)
    1 Issuance of a type certificate for aeronautical products that are the responsibility of the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    504,680
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    196,560
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    131,040
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    131,040
    2 Issuance of a type certificate following a Level 1 type design examination of aeronautical products that are the responsibility of an airworthiness authority other than the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    2,455
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    2,455
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    2,455
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    2,455
    3 Issuance of a type certificate following a Level 2 type design examination of aeronautical products that are the responsibility of an airworthiness authority other than the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    185,160
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    144,000
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    90,000
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    90,000
    4 Issuance of a type certificate following a Level 3 type design examination of aeronautical products that are the responsibility of an airworthiness authority other than the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    231,450
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    180,000
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    112,500
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    112,500
    5 Issuance of an amended type certificate to add derivative products that are the responsibility of the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    307,945
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    119,980
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    79,985
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    79,985
    6 Issuance of an amended type certificate following a Level 1 type design examination to add derivative products that are the responsibility of an airworthiness authority other than the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    2,455
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    2,455
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    2,455
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    2,455
    7 Issuance of an amended type certificate following a Level 2 type design examination to add derivative products that are the responsibility of an airworthiness authority other than the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    113,020
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    87,896
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    54,935
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    54,935
    8 Issuance of an amended type certificate following a Level 3 type design examination to add derivative products that are the responsibility of an airworthiness authority other than the Department of Transport, in respect of
    • (a) transport category aeroplanes

    141,275
    • (b) transport category rotorcraft

    109,870
    • (e) aeroplanes other than transport category aeroplanes, very light aeroplanes, gliders and powered gliders

    68,669
    • (f) rotorcraft other than transport category rotorcraft

    68,669
    11 Issuance of the following design approval documents to record a repair, a replacement part or a change to the type design for which the design was approved by an employee of the Department of Transport:
    12 Issuance of the following design approval documents to record a repair or a change to the type design for which the design was approved by a delegate of the Department of Transport:
    13 Issuance of the following amended design approval documents associated with a repair, a replacement part or a change to the type design for which the design was initially approved by an employee of the Department of Transport:
    14 Issuance of the following amended design approval documents associated with a repair or a change to the type design for which the design was initially approved by a delegate of the Department of Transport:

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  3. Canadian Aviation Regulations - SOR/96-433 (Section 101.01)
    •  (1) In these Regulations,

      aerial work

      aerial work  means a commercial air service other than an air transport service or a flight training service; (travail aérien)

      air transport service

      air transport service  means a commercial air service that is operated for the purpose of transporting persons, personal belongings, baggage, goods or cargo in an aircraft between two points; (service de transport aérien)

      Canada Flight Supplement

      Canada Flight Supplement  means an aeronautical information publication published under the authority of the Minister of Transport and the Minister of National Defence that is intended to be used to supplement enroute charts and the Canada Air Pilot; (Supplément de vol-Canada)

      Canadian

      Canadian

      category

      category  means

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      • (b) when used in reference to the certification of aircraft, a grouping of aircraft based upon intended use or operating limitations such as normal, utility, aerobatic, commuter and transport; (catégorie)

      dangerous goods

      dangerous goods  means dangerous goods as defined in section 2 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992; (marchandises dangereuses)

      ground visibility

      ground visibility , in respect of an aerodrome, means the visibility at that aerodrome as contained in a weather observation reported by

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      • (d) an AWOS used by the Department of Transport, the Department of National Defence or the Atmospheric Environment Service for the purpose of making aviation weather observations, or

      medical evacuation flight

      medical evacuation flight  means a flight that is carried out for the purpose of facilitating medical assistance and on which one or more of the following persons or things is transported:

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      Minister

      Minister  means the Minister of Transport; (ministre)

      Standard 621

      Standard 621  means the Obstruction Marking and Lighting Standard of the General Operating and Flight Rules Standards, published by the Department of Transport; (norme 621)

      transport category aircraft

      transport category aircraft  means an aeroplane certified pursuant to Chapter 525 of the Airworthiness Manual or an equivalent foreign airworthiness standard, or a helicopter certified pursuant to Chapter 529 of the Airworthiness Manual or an equivalent foreign airworthiness standard; (aéronef de catégorie transport)

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  4. Air Passenger Protection Regulations - SOR/2019-150

    Whereas, pursuant to subsection 36(2) of the Canada Transportation ActFootnote a, the Canadian Transportation Agency has given the Minister of Transport notice of the annexed Regulations;

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    Whereas, pursuant to subsection 86.11(1)Footnote b of the Canada Transportation ActFootnote a, the Canadian Transportation Agency has consulted with the Minister of Transport with respect to the annexed Regulations;

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    And whereas, pursuant to subsection 86.11(2)Footnote b of the Canada Transportation ActFootnote a, the Minister of Transport has given the Direction Respecting Tarmac Delays of Three Hours or LessFootnote c;

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    Therefore, the Canadian Transportation Agency, pursuant to subsection 86(1)Footnote d, section 86.1Footnote e and subsections 86.11(1)Footnote b and 177(1)Footnote f of the Canada Transportation ActFootnote a, makes the annexed Air Passenger Protection Regulations.

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    Le président et premier dirigeant de l’Office des transports du Canada,

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    Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Transportation Agency
    La vice-présidente de l’Office des transports du Canada,

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    Vice-Chairperson, Canadian Transportation Agency

    Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport, pursuant to subsection 36(1) of the Canada Transportation ActFootnote a, approves the annexed Air Passenger Protection Regulations, made by the Canadian Transportation Agency.


  5. Transportation Information Regulations - SOR/96-334 (SCHEDULE VI)

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    PART I

    Column I Column II Column III
    Item Form Reporting Period Day
    1 Balance Sheet, Schedule A1, Airport Authority, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 45 days after the last day of the reporting period
    2 Statement of Changes in Financial Position, Schedule A2, Airport Authority, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 45 days after the last day of the reporting period
    3 Income Statement, Schedule A3, Airport Authority, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 45 days after the last day of the reporting period
    4 Statement of Property Accounts, Schedule A4, Airport Authority, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 45 days after the last day of the reporting period

    PART I.2

    Column I Column II Column III
    Item Form Reporting Period Day
    1 Balance Sheet, Airport, included in the Compendium of Survey Data Record Layouts, TP 14930, published by Transport Canada on April 1, 2015 annually, based on the fiscal year of the airport the day that is 180 days after the last day of the reporting period or, if the operator does not produce a balance sheet for the airport, the day that is January 30 in the year after the last day of the reporting period
    2 Income Statement, Airport, included in the Compendium of Survey Data Record Layouts, TP 14930, published by Transport Canada on April 1, 2015 annually, based on the fiscal year of the airport the day that is 180 days after the last day of the reporting period or, if the operator does not produce an income statement for the airport, the day that is January 30 in the year after the last day of the reporting period

    PART II

    Column I Column II Column III
    Item Form Reporting Period Day
    1 Balance Sheet, Schedule N1, Air Navigation Undertaking, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 60 days after the last day of the reporting period
    2 Statement of Changes in Financial Position, Schedule N2, Air Navigation Undertaking, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 60 days after the last day of the reporting period
    3 Income Statement, Schedule N3, Air Navigation Undertaking, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 60 days after the last day of the reporting period
    4 Statement of Property Accounts, Schedule N4, Air Navigation Undertaking, TP12879E, published by Transport Canada in November 1996 (a)  quarterly 60 days after the last day of the reporting period

    PART III

    Column I Column II Column III
    Item Form Reporting Period Day
    1 Flight Plan Report, included in the Compendium of Survey Data Record Layouts, TP 14930, published by Transport Canada on April 1, 2015 monthly the day that is 30 days after the last day of the reporting period
    2 Flight Tracking Report, included in the Compendium of Survey Data Record Layouts, TP 14930, published by Transport Canada on April 1, 2015 monthly the day that is 30 days after the last day of the reporting period

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