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Canadian Aviation Regulations

Version of section 700.02 from 2006-03-22 to 2014-05-28:

  •  (1) No person shall operate an air transport service unless the person holds and complies with the provisions of an air operator certificate that authorizes the person to operate that service.

  • (2) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), no person shall, unless the person holds and complies with the provisions of an air operator certificate that authorizes the person to do so, operate an aeroplane or helicopter to conduct aerial work involving

    • (a) the carriage on board of persons other than flight crew members;

    • (b) the carriage of helicopter Class B, C or D external loads;

    • (c) the towing of objects; or

    • (d) the dispersal of products.

  • (3) A person who does not hold an air operator certificate may conduct aerial work involving the dispersal of products if

    • (a) the person is a farmer;

    • (b) the person owns the aircraft that is used to disperse the products;

    • (c) the products are dispersed for agricultural purposes; and

    • (d) the dispersal of the products takes place within 25 miles of the centre of the person’s farm.

  • (4) A person who does not hold an air operator certificate may conduct aerial work involving the carriage of persons other than flight crew members on board a single-engined aircraft if

    • (a) the person holds a flight training unit operator certificate;

    • (b) the pilot-in-command is the holder of a valid flight instructor rating in the appropriate category of aircraft;

    • (c) the aircraft is operated in day VFR flight;

    • (d) there are no more than nine passengers on board; and

    • (e) the flight is conducted for the purpose of sightseeing operations.

  • SOR/99-158, s. 1
  • SOR/2004-29, s. 7(E)
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