Canadian Aviation Regulations
700.15 (1) Subject to subsection (2), no air operator shall assign a flight crew member for flight time, and no flight crew member shall accept such an assignment, if the flight crew member’s total flight time in all flights conducted by the flight crew member will, as a result, exceed
(a) 1,200 hours in any 365 consecutive days;
(b) 300 hours in any 90 consecutive days;
(c) 120 hours in any 30 consecutive days or, in the case of a flight crew member on call, 100 hours in any 30 consecutive days;
(d) where the flight is conducted under Subpart 4 or 5 using an aircraft other than a helicopter, 40 hours in any 7 consecutive days;
(e) where the flight is conducted under Subpart 2 or 3, or is conducted using a helicopter, 60 hours in any 7 consecutive days; or
(f) where the flight crew member conducts single-pilot IFR flights, 8 hours in any 24 consecutive hours.
(2) An air operator may assign a flight crew member for flight time, and a flight crew member may accept such an assignment, where the flight crew member’s flight time will, as a result, exceed the flight time referred to in subsection (1) if
(3) Subject to section 700.17, a flight crew member who reaches a flight time limitation established by this section is deemed to be fatigued and shall not continue on flight duty or be reassigned to flight duty until such time as the flight crew member has had the rest period required by section 700.16 or 700.19.
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