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Version of section 602.77 from 2006-03-22 to 2006-06-29:

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (3), a pilot-in-command of an aircraft who terminates a flight in respect of which a flight plan has been filed pursuant to subsection 602.75(1) shall ensure that an arrival report is filed with an air traffic control unit, a flight service station or a community aerodrome radio station as soon as practicable after landing but not later than

    • (a) the search and rescue action initiation time specified in the flight plan; or

    • (b) where no search and rescue action initiation time is specified in the flight plan, one hour after the last reported estimated time of arrival.

  • (2) A pilot-in-command of an aircraft who terminates a flight in respect of which a flight itinerary has been filed pursuant to subsection 602.75(2) shall ensure that an arrival report is filed with an air traffic control unit, a flight service station, a community aerodrome radio station or, where the flight itinerary was filed with a responsible person, the responsible person as soon as practicable after landing but not later than

    • (a) the search and rescue action initiation time specified in the flight itinerary; or

    • (b) where no search and rescue action initiation time is specified in the flight itinerary, 24 hours after the last reported estimated time of arrival.

  • (3) A pilot-in-command who terminates an IFR flight at an aerodrome where there is an operating air traffic control unit or flight service station is not required to file an arrival report unless requested to do so by the appropriate air traffic control unit.

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