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U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

Washington , D.C.

 

FLIGHT STANDARDIZATION BOARD REPORT

 

 

Revision: Original

Bombardier  CL-600-2E25 (CRJ–1000)

 

1 Nov 2011

                                                                                                                              ________________________Date:

 

Gene Hartman, Chairman

Flight Standardization Board

 

 

Federal Aviation Administration

Aircraft Evaluation Group (LGB AEG)

3960 Paramount Boulevard, Suite 100

Lakewood, CA 90712-4137

 

Telephone: (562) 627-5317

FAX (562) 627-5281

 

 

 

 

MANAGEMENT COORDINATION SHEET

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

 

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Eugene F. Huettner

Manager, LGB-AEG

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                    /s/                                                                   Date: 11/08/2011

John S. Duncan

Manager, AFS-200

Air Transportation Division

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                        /s/                                                                               Date: 11/04/2011

 

Mel O Cintron

Manager, AFS-800

General Aviation and Commercial Division            

 

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CONTENTS

 

 

SECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PAGE

 

              MANAGEMENT COORDINATION SHEET .................................................................. 2

 

              RECORD OF REVISIONS................................................................................................ 3

             

              HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGE…………………………………………………………….3

 

              CONTENTS ...................................................................................................................... 4

 

1.                PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY................................................................................... 5

             

2.                PILOT "TYPE RATING" REQUIREMENT........................................................................ 8

             

3.                "MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (MDR)

              (Reserved for possible future variants).................................................................................. 8

             

4.                ACCEPTABLE "OPERATOR DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (ODR)

TABLES (Reserved for possible future variants)................................................................... 8

             

5.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING........................................................................ 8

             

6.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHECKING…………………………………………….14

             

7.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURRENCY……………………………………………15

             

8.                AIRCRAFT REGULATORY COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST…………………………..15

             

9.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING DEVICES AND SIMULATORS………….16

             

10.        APPLICATION OF FSB REPORT………………………………………………………16

             

11.        ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE…………………………………………….16

             

 

APPENDIX 1.     AIRCRAFT COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST…………………………………17

 

APPENDIX 2.     HEAD UP GUIDENCE SYSTEM (HGS)…………………………………147

 

 

 

 

 

1. PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY

 

1.1  This report specifies master training, checking, and currency requirements applicable to crews operating CL-600-2E25 commonly know as the CRJ-1000 aircraft under the pertinent CFR. Provisions of this report:

 

a)       Identify Pilot "type rating" requirements assigned to the CL-600-2E25.

 

b)       Describe any unique requirement applicable to initial, transition, upgrade, or recurrent training.

 

c)       Describe “Master Difference Requirements” (MDR) for flight crews requiring differences qualification for mixed-fleet-flying or transition, (Reserved for future variants).

 

d)       Provide examples of acceptable “Operator Difference Requirements (ODR)” tables, (Reserved for future variants).

 

e)       Describe acceptable training program and training device characteristics when necessary to establish compliance with applicable MDRs, (Reserved for future variants).

 

f)           Identify checking and currency standards to be applied by FAA or operators and,

 

g)       Provide a listing of regulatory compliance status (compliance checklist) for the pertinent CFR, Advisory Circulars, and other operationally related criteria that was reviewed and evaluated by the Aircraft Evaluation Group (AEG).

 

1.2 This report addresses CL-600-2E25 aircraft as specified in the FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet A21EA.

 

1.3 The provisions of this Flight Standardization Board (FSB) report are effective until amended, superseded, or withdrawn by subsequent revisions to this report.

 

1.4 Determinations made in this report are based on the evaluations of specific CL-600-2E25 series aircraft equipped in a given configuration and in accordance with current regulations and guidance. Modifications and upgrades made to the models described herein, or introduction of new variant aircraft, may require amendment of the findings in this report. The FSB reserves responsibility/authority to re-evaluate and modify sections of this report based on new or revised Advisory Circular material or the pertinent CFR, aircraft operating experience, or the testing of new or modified aircraft under the provisions of AC 120-53A.

 

1.5 Relationship between this FSB report and an AQP program. Differences between this FSB report and an operator’s proposed training, checking, and currency requirements under an Advanced Qualification Program (AQP), must be justified and documented as part of the applicant's AQP approval process. Program approvals under AQP need to ensure the basic provisions and requirements of this report have been addressed and, where necessary, coordination with the appropriate Flight Standardization Board has been completed.

 

1.6 Terminology. The term "must" is used in this FSB report and certain MDR footnotes, if used, even though it is recognized that this report (as well as AC 120-53A, on which it’s based) provides one acceptable means, but not necessarily the only means of compliance with the pertinent CFR requirements. This terminology acknowledges the need for operators to fully comply with this FSB report and MDR and ODR provisions if AC 120-53A, is to be used by the operator as the means of complying with FAR 121. Operators who choose this method must comply with each applicable MDR provision, including any footnotes.

 

1.7 This report includes:

 

a)   minimum requirements for approval by FAA field offices, (e.g. MDRs, Type Rating designations, etc.),

 

b)   General advisory information which may be approved for that operator   (e.g. MDR footnotes, acceptable ODR tables), and

 

c)   information which is used to facilitate FAA review of an aircraft type or variant aircraft that is proposed for use by an operator (e.g. compliance checklist).

 

Various sections of this report are qualified as to whether compliance (considering the provisions of FAA Advisory Circular 120-53A) is required or is advisory in nature.

 

1.9 Relevant acronyms are defined as follows:

AC                                   Advisory Circular
ACO                             Aircraft Certification Office

ADS-B                     Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast
AFM                             Airplane Flight Manual

ANP                             Actual Navigation Performance
AP                                   Autopilot
ASC                             Aircraft Service Change

AQP                             Advance Qualification Program
CHDO                     Certificate Holding District Office

CNS                             Communication Navigation Surveillance

CPDLC                   Controller Pilot Data Link Communications
DC                                   Display Controller
EEC                               Emergency Evacuation Crewmember
EFB                               Electronic Flight Bag
EFIS                             Electronic Flight Instrument System
EGPWS                   Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System
EICAS                       Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System
FADEC                   Full Authority Digital Engine Control

FCU                             Flight Control Unit

FGS                               Flight Guidance System
FMA                             Flight Mode Annunciator

FMS                             Flight Management System
FSB                               Flight Standardization Board
FTD                               Flight Training Device

HCP                             Head Up Guidance Control Panel
HGS                         Head Up Guidance System
I-NAV                       Integrated Navigation Display

IRS                                 Inertial Reference System
MCDU                     Multi-Function Control Display Units
MDR                           Master Differences Requirements

MFD                             Multifunction Displays

ND                                 Navigation Display
ODR                             Operator Differences Requirements

OE/IOE                   Initial Operating Experience

PFD                               Primary Flight Display
POI                                 Principal Operations Inspector
QRH                             Quick Reference Handbook

RFMU                       Radio Frequency Management Unit

SOE                               Supervised Operating Experience
TAWS                       Terrain Awareness and Warning System

TCAS                         Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System
TCE                               Training Center Evaluator

TCPM                       Training Center Program Manager

VGS                             Visual Guidance System

VNAV                       Vertical Navigation

WOW                         Weight on Wheels

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. PILOT TYPE RATING REQUIREMENTS

 

2.1 In accordance with the provisions of the Part 121 and AC 120-53A, a specific pilot type rating is assigned to the CL-600-2E25 aircraft and is designated "CL-66"

 

3. MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS (MDR)

 

3.1 Reserved for possible future CL-600-2E25 variant aircraft.

 

4. ACCEPTABLE OPERATOR DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS (ODR) TABLES

 

4.1 Reserved for possible future CL-600-2E25 future variant aircraft.

 

5. FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING

 

5.1 General

 

5.1.1 Assumptions Regarding Airmen’s Previous Experience to the provisions of this Section apply to programs for airmen who have experience in Part 121 air carrier operations and multi-engine transport turbojet aircraft including glass cockpit and FMS experience. For airmen not having this experience, additional requirements may be appropriate as determined by the POI, FSB, and/or AFS-200.

 

5.1.2 Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS), Required Navigational Performance (RNP), Actual Navigation Performance (ANP), Communication Navigation Surveillance (CNS), Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance System (ADS). Flight Crews operating aircraft equipped with FANS software should receive appropriate instruction in its general operational functions, appropriate uses for areas of operation, routes, or procedures to be flown. General training should address (CNS) functions covered by FANS, RNP, and ANP. In addition, sufficient training in use of data link communication and (ADS) to ensure adequate knowledge, skill, and proficiency for flight crews to operate the above system(s) in typical daily operations.

 

5.2 Pilots Initial, Transition and Upgrade Training

 

5.2.1 Ground Training - Initial, transition, or upgrade ground training for the CL-600-2E25 is accomplished as specified by Part121.419. No unique provisions or requirements are specified. Training program hours may be reduced as specified in Part121.405.

 

5.2.2 Flight Training - Initial, transition, or upgrade flight training for the CL-600-2E25 is accomplished as specified by Part 121.424. No unique provisions or requirements are specified. Training program hours may be reduced as specified in Part 121.405.

 

5.2.3 Crewmember Emergency Training - Crewmember emergency training should be conducted for the CL-600-2E25 in accordance with Part 121.417. The objective of emergency training for the CL-600-2E25 aircraft is to provide crewmembers with the necessary knowledge concerning emergency equipment, situations, and procedures, to ensure implementation of the correct actions in the event of an emergency.

 

Emergency training consists of instruction on the location, function, and operation of emergency equipment that is installed on the CL-600-2E25. Emergency training also consists of instruction in crewmember emergency assignments and procedures including, crew coordination and communication, the handling of emergency or other unusual situations, and emergency performance and observation drills, that are specific to the CL-600-2E25.

 

In accordance with Part 121.417 and FAA Order 8900.1, emergency training requirements refer to two types of training; "general" emergency training, and "aircraft-specific" emergency training. General emergency training is instruction on those emergency items that are common to the CL-600-2E25 and all aircraft in the operator's fleet, e.g., instruction on fire extinguishers and firefighting procedures, if common to all aircraft. Aircraft-specific emergency training is training on those items that are specific to the CL-600-2E25 aircraft.

 

As part of an approved training program, an operator may use many methods when conducting aircraft-specific emergency training, including classroom instruction, pictures, videotape, ground training devices, computer-based instruction, and static aircraft training. There are no specified training program hours for Crewmember Emergency Training.

 

5.2.4 Areas of Emphasis. The following areas of emphasis should be addressed during ground and flight training: (examples follow)

 

a)       The engine indication and crew alerting system (EICAS), the primary flight displays (PFDs), and multifunction displays (MFDs). Altitude and airspeed are presented on vertical scale instruments in both digital and analog formats. Pilots need to be able to understand the multitude of information presented on these displays. Pilots transitioning from traditional round dial basic "T" instruments may require additional training and instrument scan practice to gain proficiency in manually flying by reference to the PFD. Recognition of reversionary modes and display failures and appropriate corrective action to be taken should be addressed.

 

b)     Flight Control System. An operational understanding of the basic modes of operation as well as an understanding of the control -by-wire rudder control systems, and their associated system components.

 

c)       Flight Guidance System including the Autopilot, Autothrottle (if installed), and Flight Director. An understanding of the various lateral and vertical modes and the ability to select and arm the modes during different phases of flight is essential.

 

d)     Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC). An operational understanding of the FADEC and the engine thrust mode selection is required.

 

e)       System control panels using pushbuttons with integral light bars. Pilots should have an understanding of the switch position and system configuration as it relates to whether the light bar is illuminated or not. This understanding is required for both normal and abnormal system operation.

 

f)       The following should be trained in a level “C” or “D” Full Flight Simulator at level D training.

                          1) Taxi, Normal Takeoff and Landing

                                                        2) Engine Failure at V1   

                                                  3) No-Flap Approach & Landing

                            4) No- Flap and Slat Approach and Landing

                            5) Rudder Failures

                            6) Nav to Nav Transfer

                                                        7) High Altitude High and Slow Speed Buffet Margins and flight characteristics

                                                        8) Coupled and Non Coupled V-Nav

 

5.2.5 Training for Seat Dependent Tasks. Accomplishment of certain tasks, procedures, or maneuvers require training of a crewmember for a particular crew position (i.e. captain, first officer, check airman, etc.). Training programs should recognize and address the necessary seat/position related tasks for the applicable crewmember. Accordingly, training programs should address seat dependent tasks or maneuvers to the extent necessary to satisfy crew qualification objectives, and in accordance with (IAW) ODR tables when applicable.

 

Examples of, but not necessarily all seat dependent tasks, would be the following:

 

a)   Rejected takeoff

b)   Emergency descent

c)   Manual gear extension

d) Engine failure on takeoff

 

5.2.6 Second-In-Command Crew Training - Second In Command (SIC) crew training is accomplished as specified in Parts 61.55, and121.419.

 

5.2.7 Automatic Landings or Category II Landings - If an operator conducts automatic landings or category II landings in the CL-600-2E25 then appropriate training must occur. This training must be conducted either in a CL-600-2E25 simulator approved for autoland training or in the actual airplane.

 

5.3 Differences Training (Reserved for possible future variant aircraft).

 

5.4 Recurrent Ground Training.

 

5.4.1 Courses must include appropriate training in accordance with Part 121.427, or an approved AQP program.

 

5.5 Recurrent Flight Training - Courses require appropriate maneuvers and procedures identified in FAR 121 Appendix F or as otherwise described in this report or approved for an Advanced Qualification Program (AQP).

5.5.1 Training program hours for Recurrent Training may be reduced as specified in FAR 121.405.

 

6.0 Operating Experience -

 

6.1 Operating Experience Pertinent to Each Flight Crewmember - Operating experience must be obtained while serving in a primary crew position.

 

6.2 Separate Operating Experience for Single Fleet Operations - Operating experience for the CL-600-2E25 may be accomplished in any related future CL-600-2E25 aircraft.

 

6.3 Supervised Operating Experience(SOE) - SOE required for a PIC Type Rating in accordance with the FAR 61 pilot certification must be accomplished from the left pilot seat.

 

7.0 Other Training -

 

7.1 Operators should assure that flight crews are familiar with appropriate use of the Flight Control Unit (FCU) and Flight management System (FMS), including modes to be used, for the types of instrument approaches to be flown. This emphasis is also appropriate for aircraft that do not have certain navigation system sensors, such as ADF, installed.

 

7.2 Aircraft Dispatchers - Initial and transition training should be conducted in accordance with the FAR 121.422.

 

8.0 Flight Attendants. Initial and Transition Ground training should be conducted in accordance with Part 121.421. The objective of aircraft ground training is to provide flight attendants with an understanding of the CL-600-2E25 aircraft. This knowledge is necessary for the flight attendant to perform the duties and procedures required in normal, abnormal, and emergency situations.

 

8.1 Flight Attendant General Training on the CL-600-2E25 must be accomplished in accordance with pertinent sections of Part 121, Subpart N and O. See specific references cited below. For guidance relating to flight attendant training, refer to FAA Order 8900.1. For alternative training, evaluation and qualification, flight attendant training programs may be in compliance with Part 121, Subpart Y, Advanced Qualification Program (AQP). For guidance relating to AQP, refer to FAA Order 8900.1.

 

8.2 Flight Attendant Initial or Transition Ground Training - Flight Attendant Initial Ground Training is appropriate training when flight attendants have not qualified and served on another type airplane in Group II and then are introduced to their first CL-600-2E25 aircraft. Flight Attendant Transitional Training is appropriate for flight attendants who have qualified and served on another Group II aircraft type and are then introduced to the CL-600-2E25. If the flight attendant has received either Initial Aircraft Ground or Transition Training (whichever training is appropriate) on CL-600-2B19, CL-600-2C10, CL-600-2D15 or CL-600-2D24 aircraft, then training either Initial or Transitional Aircraft Ground would be appropriate.

 

8.3 Flight Attendant Emergency Training - Flight Attendant Emergency Training should be accomplished in accordance with Part 121.417 and Part 121, Subpart X (Emergency Medical Equipment and Training) or in accordance with Part 121, Subpart Y (AQP).

 

8.4 General Emergency Training - Subjects include instruction in emergency equipment, situations, and required performance and observations drills that are appropriate (the same) for all aircraft types and variants. Emergency Training elements specific to only one type of aircraft or to one variant of aircraft can be captured, for example, in Initial Aircraft, Transition Training, and during Recurrent Training Curriculum. In addition to the one-time hands-on drills that must be performed during initial new-hire training, required by Part121.417(c)(1), additional emergency drills, required by Part 121.417(c)(2) and 121.805(b)(5) must be performed during initial new-hire training and repeated at least once each 24 calendar months.

 

8.5 Differences Training - Required by Part 121.418. The programmed hours are determined by the Administrator. Differences Training for all variations of a particular type airplane may be included in initial aircraft ground, transitional, and recurrent training for the airplane. If the operator has more than one CL-600-2E25 variant aircraft, a table may be constructed that compares the base aircraft to each variant aircraft that lists all similarities and differences in the aircraft equipment, configuration, procedures, etc. The table can then be used as a guide for Differences Training on subsequent variant CL-600-2E25 aircraft. Aircraft ground training includes instruction in two distinct subject areas: CL-600-2E25 general operational subjects training and CL-600-2E25 aircraft-specific emergency subjects training.

 

8.6 Recurrent Flight Attendant Training - Required by Part 121.427. A review of subjects taught during Initial New-Hire: Basic Indoctrination Part 121.415(a)(1); Initial/Transition Ground Training Part 121.421; Emergency Training, sections Part121.417 and Part121.805, to ensure that each flight attendant is adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to the type airplane (including differences, if appropriate) and crewmember position involved. Some type of proficiency check is required to determine the state of the crewmember’s knowledge with respect to the airplane and position involved, and a competency check is also required Part121.421(a). Recurrent training programmed hours must be consistent with at least the number of programmed hours listed for flight attendants under Group II aircraft, unless reduced under Part 121.405. Recurrent Training can be performed in accordance with Part 121, Subpart Y (AQP).

 

8.7 Exit Door Trainers and Other Training Devices - Required by Part 121.417 requires certain crewmember emergency drills to be performed either on an airplane or while using aircraft door/window training devices and/or other training aids representative of the operator’s fleet configuration. All training devices/aids must be properly maintained by the operator, function properly to reflect the operator’s equipment, included in the operator’s training program, and approved by the Administrator, in accordance with Part121.407.

 

8.8 Operating Experience should be accomplished in accordance with Part 121.434, after the flight attendant has successfully completed all appropriate ground training subjects for a particular aircraft and crewmember position. OE must be accomplished under the observation of a flight attendant supervisor for at least 5 hours on a flight conducted under Part 121. OE may also be accomplished during proving flights. The flight attendant receiving OE may not be assigned as a required crewmember during the OE. A flight attendant OE is required on one type aircraft in a Group of aircraft. The CL-600-2E25 and variants fall under Group II. OE successfully completed on one type of aircraft in Group II, satisfies the flight attendant requirement for subsequent CL-600-2E25 variants. For additional guidance, refer to FAA Order 8900.1.

 

8.9 Currency Requirements per Part 121.401(b): “Whenever a crewmember or aircraft dispatcher who is required to take recurrent training, a flight check, or competency check, takes the check or completes the training in the calendar month before or after the calendar month in which that training or check is required, he is considered to have taken or completed it in the calendar month in which it was required.” Recurrent training completed beyond the grace months (the full calendar months before and after the base month) re-sets the crewmember’s recurrent training base month.

 

For flight attendants, if recurrent training has not been successfully completed by one calendar month past the base month (out of the grace period), the flight attendant is not legal to fly until the flight attendant has received “Requalification Training”: Part 121.400(c)(8), Requalification Training is the training required by crewmembers previously trained and qualified, but who have become unqualified due to not having met within the required period the recurrent training requirements of Part 121.427 or [for pilots] the proficiency check requirements of 14 CFR Part 121.441.”

 

NOTE -1: For CL-600-2E25 aircraft, an additional (third) flight attendant (FA) is required. The 3rd FA is located in a forward facing jumpseat adjacent to the forward right Galley Service Door (GSD). That 3rd FA jumpseat has a turn latch to keep the seat pan secured upright to clear the evacuation path. There is a change in the location of the FA’s assist space that is assigned to the forward left Main Cabin (entry) Door (MCD) jumpseat. During an evacuation when both the MCD and the Galley doors are both open, the FA assigned to the GSD will stand in the forward most centerline position in front of the flight deck entryway area facing aft. The FA assigned to the MCD will now stand in the assist space near the MCD – against the entry stowage compartment bulkhead facing aft (left of the centerline). When the MCD is blocked and the GSD is opened, the FA assigned to the GSD will remain at the forward center line in front of the flight deck entryway and the FA assigned to the MCD will stand in front of the closed/blocked MCD, with back to the MCD. When the GSD is blocked and the MCD is opened, the MCD FA will now stand in the center line position in front of the flight deck entry way area and the 3rd FA will stand in front of the blocked GSD, with back to the GSD.

 

NOTE-2: The delegation of specific aircraft duties and responsibilities (for routine, abnormal, and emergency procedures) should be specifically divided and delegated among each flight attendant for effective use of time and to avoid duplication or omission of work assignments. For example, develop procedures that delegate by flight attendant number or/location [such as: F/A#1, F/A#2, F/A #3], those section(s) of the aircraft that each FA is required to brief, check, and secure before an emergency landing/ditching.

 

NOTE -3: On CL-600-2E25 aircraft, the two flight attendants located in the forward section of the aircraft are in close proximity to one another. The careful assignment of procedures and training are important to avoid a collision between the FAs, when the MCD FA runs into the cabin to assess out of the cabin windows nearest to the MCD. Because of their close proximity, attention must be focused on speech interference between the MCD and GSD FAs when both are shouting their commands.            

 

9.0 FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHECKING

 

9.1 General

 

9.1.1 Checking Items - Pertinent knowledge, procedures, and maneuvers specified by Part 61, FAA Practical Test Standards (PTS) and Part 121, Appendix F.

 

9.1.2 Areas of emphasis - The following areas of emphasis should be addressed during checks as necessary: (examples)

 

a)   Proficiency with manual and automatic flight must be demonstrated.

 

b)   Proper selection and use of PFD/MFD displays, raw data, flight director, and Flight Guidance System modes should be demonstrated, particularly during instrument approaches.

 

c)   Demonstration of FMS navigation (departures and arrivals) proficiency.

 

d)   Proper outside visual scan without prolonged fixation on FMS operation should be demonstrated, and failure of component(s) of the FMS should be addressed.

 

9.1.3   No Flap and/or a No Flap and No Slats Landings - Demonstration of a No Flap and No Flap and No Slats approach and landing during a check is appropriate. In accordance with Order 8900.1, when the flight test is conducted in the airplane in actual flight, a touchdown from a no flap is not required. The approach should be flown to the point where the inspector or examiner can determine whether the landing would or would not occur in the touchdown zone.

 

9.2 Type Ratings

 

9.2.1 Oral Examinations - Oral examinations for the CL-600-2E25 maybe completed at the end of the academic phase of training.

 

9.2.2 Practical Tests - Practical tests may follow standard provisions of the pertinent CFR, or approved Line Operational Evaluation (LOE) provisions of AQP. The satisfactory completion of a practical type rating evaluation in any CL-600-2E25 will meet the requirement for the CL-600-2E25 type rating.

 

9.2.3 Application for and Issuance of Type Ratings - Airmen completing the pertinent CFR requirements or AQP provisions in a CL-600-2E25 in accordance with FSB requirements described in this report, may apply to the FAA for the CL-600-2E25 type rating endorsement. Upon completion of required tests, and submission of an application (FAA Form 8710-1), authorized FAA inspectors or designees may issue the necessary pilot certificate with type rating.

 

9.3 Proficiency Checks

 

9.3.1 General - Proficiency Checks are administered as designated in Part 121.441, and Part 121 Appendix F for the CL-600-2E25 or in accordance with an approved AQP. These checks must be administered by an authorized check airman, or FAA Aviation Safety Inspector. Satisfactory completion of a proficiency check may be substituted for recurrent flight training as permitted in the Part 121.433(c).

 

10.0 FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURRENCY

 

10.1 Currency (Recency of Experience) is in accordance with Part 121.439.

 

11. 0 AIRCRAFT REGULATORY COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

 

11.1 Compliance Checklist (see Appendix 1) - Compliance checklists are provided as an aid to FAA Certificate Holding District Offices (CHDO) in identifying those specific rules or policies for which compliance has already been demonstrated to the FAA for aircraft having a particular aircraft type certificate. The checklist also notes rules or policies not demonstrated to the FSB, which must be demonstrated to CHDOs by operators.

 

11.2 Discussion of Specific Compliance Checklist Items

 

11.2.1 Observer Seat - On CL-600-2E25 aircraft the observers seat must comply with AC120-83 and the provisions of 121.581.

 

11.2.2 Emergency Evacuation - Emergency evacuation was accomplished through analysis by TCCA IAW FAR 25.803 and IAW AC 25-803-1A and was accepted through a Bi-lateral agreement by the FAA certification office. The CL-600-2E25 has been certificated for a maximum of 110 occupants. This includes 1 pilot, 1 copilot 1 observer, 3 flight attendants and 104 passengers when the aircraft is fitted with an approved interior.

 

11.2.3 Proving tests in accordance with Part 121.163(b) are appropriate in accordance with FAA Order 8900.1, when the CL-600-2E25 is new to a particular operator. When an operator is currently operating the CL-600-2E25 and it adds other variant aircraft in the same kind of operation, proving tests are not required. Proving test requirements and reductions are as designated by FAA Order 8900.1 and the CHDO, or as otherwise specified by the FSB or AFS-200.

 

12.0 FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR DEVICES AND SIMULATORS

 

12.1 Device and Simulator Characteristics - Device and simulator characteristics are designated in AC 120-40 and AC120-45. The acceptability of differences between devices, simulators, and aircraft must be addressed by the POI.

 

12.2 Device Approval - Requests for device approval should be made to the POI. The POI may approve these devices for an operator if the device characteristics clearly meet the established FAA criteria and have been approved by the National Simulator Program (NSP).

 

13. APPLICATION OF FSB REPORT

 

13.1 Relevant parts of this report (e.g. Type Rating Designation, checking maneuvers, etc.) are effective with this report.

 

 

14. ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE

 

14.1 If alternate means of compliance is sought to this FSB report, operators will be required to establish that the proposed alternate means provides an equivalent level of safety to the provisions of AC 120-53A, and this FSB report. Analysis, demonstrations, proof of concept testing, differences documentation, or other evidence may be required.

 

14.2 Equivalent Safety. In the event alternate means of compliance is sought, training program hour reductions, simulator approvals, and device approvals, may be significantly limited and reporting requirements may be increased to assure equivalent safety. AFS-200 will generally not consider relief by alternate means of compliance unless sufficient lead time has been planned by an operator to allow for any necessary testing and evaluation.

 

 

 

APPENDIX 1

 

COMPLIANCE CHECKLISTS


Regional Jet CL-600-2E25 Serial number 19001 was utilized by the FAA FSB to conduct its compliance evaluation on 7/11/2010. The attached checklists provide the FSB’s findings on those operating requirements. The FSB agrees with all Bombardier remarks.

 

Any U.S. operator wishing to operate the Regional Jet CL-600-2E25 airplane will have to demonstrate to the FAA that the airplane fully complies with the applicable requirements of Parts 91, 121, 125 and 135, prior to that airplane entering service. An operator may use these checklists to show compliance with the applicable requirements contained therein.


 

FAR

Amdt.

Requirement

Bombardier Position

Bombardier Remark

FAA FSB Finding

Part 91 – General Operating and Flight Rules

Subpart A – General

91. 1

91-257

Applicability.

Noted

 

 

91. 3

 

Responsibility and authority of the pilot in command.

Not applicable

Operator responsibility

 

91. 5

 

Pilot in command of aircraft requiring more than one required pilot.

Not applicable

Operator responsibility

 

91. 7

 

Civil aircraft airworthiness.

Noted

Operator responsibility

 

91. 9

 

Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements.

 

 

 

(a) Compliance with flight manual, markings, and placards.

---

Operator responsibility

(b)(1) Availability of current approved Airplane Flight Manual in aircraft.

An approved Airplane Flight Manual (CSP D-012) complying with FAR 25.1581 will be provided with each airplane.

Operator responsibility.

(b)(2) Airplane Flight Manual not required by FAR 21.5.

See (b)(1).

 

 

(c) Identification of aircraft in accordance with Part 45.

A fireproof identification plate complying with FAR 45 is included in the baseline configuration RAL-BA698-0001.

Compliant

(d) Helicopters: flight through prohibited range.

Not applicable.

 

91. 11

 

Prohibition on interference with crewmembers.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91. 13

 

Careless or reckless operation.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91. 15

 

Dropping objects.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91. 17

91.291

Alcohol or drugs.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91. 19

 

Carriage of narcotic drugs, marihuana, and depressant or stimulant drugs or substances.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91. 21

 

Portable electronic devices.

Noted

Operator responsibility

 

91.23

91-267

Truth-in-leasing clause requirement in leases and conditional sales contracts.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.25

 

Aviation Safety Reporting Program: Prohibition against use of reports for enforcement purposes.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.27 –

91.99

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Subpart B – Flight Rules

General

91.101

 

Applicability.

Noted

 

 

91.103

 

Preflight action.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.105

91-231

Flight crewmembers at stations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.107

91-292

Use of safety belts, shoulder harnesses, and child restraint systems.

--

Operator responsibility

 

91.109

 

Flight instruction; Simulated instrument flight and certain flight tests.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.111

 

Operating near other aircraft.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.113

 

Right-of-way rules: Except water operations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.115

 

Right-of-way: Water operations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.117

91-233

Aircraft speed.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.119

 

Minimum safe altitudes: General.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.121

 

Altimeter settings.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.123

91-244

Compliance with ATC clearances and instructions.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.125

 

ATC light signals.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.126

91-282

Operating on or in the vicinity of an airport in Class G airspace.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.127

91-239

Operating on or in the vicinity of an airport in Class E airspace.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.129

91-296

Operations in Class D airspace.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.130

 

 

91-239

Operations in Class C airspace.

(a)      General.

(b)    Traffic patterns.

(c)      Communications.

 

---

Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Equipment requirements.

See § 91.215.

(e)      Deviations

---

91.131

91-296

Operations in Class B airspace.

(a)      Operating rules.

(b)    Pilot requirements.

 

---

Operator responsibility

 

(c)      Communications and navigation equipment requirements.

Required communications and navigation equipment are part of the baseline configuration.

 

(d)    Transponder requirements

Two mode S transponders are part of the basic configuration.

 

91.133

 

Restricted and prohibited areas.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.135

 

Operations in Class A airspace.

(a)      Clearance.

 

---

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Communications

Required communications equipment is part of the baseline configuration.

(c)      Transponder requirement.

See §91.215.

(d)    ATC authorizations.

---

91.137

 

Temporary flight restrictions in the vicinity of disaster/hazard areas.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.138

91-270

Temporary flight restrictions in national disaster areas in the State of Hawaii.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.139

 

Emergency air traffic rules.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.141

 

Flight restrictions in the proximity of the Presidential and other parties.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.143

 

Flight limitation in the proximity of space flight operations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.144

91-240

Temporary restriction on flight operations during abnormally high barometric pressure conditions.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.145

 

 

Management of aircraft operations in the vicinity of aerial demonstrations and major sporting events.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.146

 

Passenger-carrying flights for the benefit of a charitable, nonprofit, or community event.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.147

 

Passenger carrying flights for compensation or hire.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.148 -91.149

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

Visual Flight Rules

91.151

 

Fuel requirements for flight in VFR conditions.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.153

 

VFR flight plan: Information required.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.155

91-282

Basic VFR weather minimums.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.157

91-262

Special VFR weather minimums.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.159

91-276

VFR Cruising altitude or flight level.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.161

 

Special awareness training required for pilots flying under visual flight rules within a 60-nautical mile radius of the Washington, DC VOR/DME.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.162-

91.165

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Instrument Flight Rules

91.167

 

Fuel requirements for flight in IFR conditions.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.169

91.259

IFR flight plan: Information required.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.171

 

VOR equipment check for IFR operations.

Dual VOR installation tested as per the requirement when delivered.

Operator responsibility

 

91.173

 

ATC clearance and flight plan required.

---

 

Operator responsibility

 

91.175

91.296

Take-off and landing under IFR.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.177

91-296

Minimum altitudes for IFR operations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.179

91-296

IFR cruising altitude or flight level.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.180

91-276

Operations within airspace designated as Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum airspace.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.181

91-296

Course to be flown.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.183

91-296

IFR communications.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.185

91-211

IFR Operations: Two-way radio communication failure.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.187

 

Operation under IFR in controlled airspace: Malfunction reports.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.189

91-296

Category II and III operations: General operating rules.

The CL-600-2E25 will be certified to Category II operations. Until such time, an AFM limitation prohibiting Category II operations will be in effect.

 

 

(a)(1) Flight crew authorization and ratings;

---

Operator responsibility

 

(a)(2) Adequate crew knowledge;

---

(a)(3) Instrumentation and flight guidance system installation.

Instrument panel meets the requirements.

Compliant

 

(b) Ground and related airborne equipment operating.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(c) to (g) Approaches, Landing, Exceptions.

---

91.191

91-280

Category II and Category III manual.

The CL-600-2E25 will be certified to Category II operations. Until such time, an AFM limitation prohibiting Category II operations will be in effect. The relevant Cat II data, limitations and procedures will be covered in an AFM supplement.

Operator responsibility

 

 

91.193

 

Certificate of authorization for certain Category II operations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.195- 91.199

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Subpart C – Equipment, Instrument, and Certificate Requirements

91.201

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

91.203

 

91-218

Civil aircraft: Certifications required.

See below.

Operator responsibility

 

(a)      Valid C of A, Registration Certificate, Flight Permit.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    C of A or Flight Permit displayed.

A holder (to display the C of A or flight permit) is part of the baseline configuration.

(c)      Fuel tank in the passenger compartment.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(d)    Compliance with Part 34 (fuel venting and emissions).

Compliance with FAR 34 will be demonstrated during Type Certification.

 

 


91.205

 

91-296

 

Powered civil aircraft with standard category U.S. airworthiness certificates: Instrument and equipment requirements.

See below.

Operator responsibility

 

(a)      General

---

 

 

(b)    Visual flight rules (day).

All instruments and equipment specified for Day VFR, as applicable to a turbine engine airplane are part of the baseline configuration, except for:

Item (11) - Not applicable

Item (12) - Pyrotechnic signal devices are not provided.

Item (14) - Not applicable

Item (16) - Not applicable

Item (17) - Not applicable

Compliant

 

(c)      Visual flight rules (night).

All instruments and equipment specified for Night VFR are part of the baseline configuration, except for:

Item (6) - Spare fuses are not provided since all re-settable circuits are protected by circuit breakers.

Compliant

 

(d)    Instrument flight rules.

All instruments and equipment specified for IFR flight are part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant

 

(e)      Flight at and above 24,000 feet MSL (FL240).

Two identical DME systems are provided as part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant

 

(f)        Category II operations.

See 91.189

 

 

(g)      Category III operations.

Not applicable

Operator responsibility

 

(h)      Exclusions.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.207

91-265

Emergency locator transmitters.

 

 

 

(a)      General.

An ELT is provided as part of the baseline configuration.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    ELT location.

The ELT is mounted on a primary structure in the fuselage aft compartment in order to minimize the probability of damage in the event of crash impact.

Compliant

 

(c)      Battery condition.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Periodic inspections.

---

(e)      Ferrying with uninstalled or inoperative ELT.

(e)(1) The ELT is installed in production and flight test airplanes prior to first flight.

(e)(2) Operator responsibility

 

(f)        Exceptions

Noted.

Operator responsibility

 

91.209

 

Aircraft Lights

(a), (b): Position and anti-collision lights.

Position lights and anti-collision lights complying with 14 CFR Part 25.1381 through 25.1397 and 25.1401, respectively, are included in the baseline configuration.

Operator   responsibility

 

(a)(3) Anchor lights.

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

91.211

 

Supplemental Oxygen

(a)      General.

 

The pilot / co-pilot / forward observer stations will be equipped with quick donning, pressure-demand type masks which provide supplemental oxygen.

 

Operator   responsibility

 

(b)    Pressurized cabin aircraft.

In addition to the flight crew oxygen system, a chemically generated oxygen system with drop-down masks will provide supplemental oxygen at each passenger seat, flight attendant stations and in the lavatory. Sufficient supplemental oxygen is provided for emergency descent from 41,000 feet to 10,000 feet. Also, portable oxygen bottles with disposable masks are provided, to supply therapeutic oxygen for first aid purposes.

Operator   responsibility to use equipment as required.

 

91.213

91-282

Inoperative instruments and equipment.

An approved MMEL will be provided for each delivered airplane.

Operator responsibility

 

 

91.215

 

91-267

 

ATC transponder and altitude reporting equipment and use.

(a), (b): Transponder installation, performance and airspace requirements.

 

 

Two mode “S” transponders (with ATC modes A & C), conforming to TSO-C112 are included as part of the baseline configuration.

 

 

Compliant

 

(c), (d): Transponder operation and ATC authorized deviations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.217

 

Data correspondence between automatically reported pressure altitude data and the pilot’s altitude reference.

 

 

 

(a)        ATC-directed deactivation

---

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Encoded altitude accuracy

Mode C altitude-encoding equipment capable of transmitting altitude with at least 125-foot accuracy is provided in the baseline configuration.

Periodic testing and calibration is the operator’s responsibility.

 

(c)      Altimeter-encoding equipment specifications

Conforms to TSO-C10 and C88.

 

 

91.219

 

Altitude alerting system or device: Turbojet-powered civil airplanes.

 

 

 

(a)      Operational Requirement for system

---

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Altitude Alerting System Requirements

An altitude alerting system compliant with the requirements specifed in sub-paragraphs (b)(1) thru (5) is included in the baseline configuration.

Compliant

 

(c), (d) Operational Procedures

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.221

 

 

 

Traffic alert and collision avoidance system equipment and use.

 

 

 

(a)      Requirement for an approved TCAS

A Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II/ACAS II) is provided in the production airplane.

Compliant

 

(b)    TCAS: operation required

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.223

 

Terrain awareness and warning system.

 

 

 

(a)      Airplanes manufactured after March 29, 2002

A Class A TAWS, compliant with TSO-C151 is provided in the production airplane.

Compliant

 

(b)    Airplanes manufactured on or before March 29, 2002

---

Not applicable.

 

(c)      Airplane Flight Manual

All required information will be provided in the FAA-approved Airplane Flight Manual.

Compliant

 

(d)    Exceptions

---

Not applicable.

 

91.224- 91.299

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Subpart D – Special Flight Operations

91.301

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

91.303

91-227

Aerobatic flight.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.305

 

Flight test areas.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.307

91-305

Parachutes and parachuting.

---

Not applicable.

 

91.309

91-227

Towing: Gliders and unpowered.ultralight vehicles.

---

Not Applicable.

 

91.311

 

Towing: Other than under §91.309.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.313

 

 

Restricted category civil aircraft: Operating limitations.

Not applicable.

Operator responsibility

 

91.315

 

Limited category civil aircraft:Operating limitations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.317

91-212

Provisionally certificated civil aircraft: Operating limitations.

Not applicable.

Operator responsibility

 

91.319

 

Aircraft having experimental certificates: Operating limitations.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.321

 

Carriage of candidates in elections.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.323

91-253

Increased maximum certificated weights for certain airplanes operated in Alaska.

All applicable information on weights will be provided in the FAA-approved Airplane Flight Manual.

Operator responsibility

 

91.325

 

Primary category aircraft: Operating limitations.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

91.327

 

Aircraft having a special airworthiness certificate in the light-sport category: Operating limitations.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

91.328- 91.399

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Subpart E - Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, and Alterations

91.401

 

Applicability

Noted

 

 

91.403

91-293

General.

 

 

 

(a)    Airworthy conditions;

(b)    Maintenance

---

Operator responsibility

 

(c)    Required procedures

An approved maintenance schedule derived from the MSG-3 process and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual complying with §25.1529 and Appendix H will be provided to each operator.

Operator responsibility

 

91.405

 

Maintenance required.

 

 

 

(a)    Discrepancies;

(b)    Records.

----

Operator responsibility

 

(c)    Inoperative instruments

The airplane will have an approved MMEL (see § 91.213). Approval of the applicable MEL is the operator’s responsibility.

Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Placarded discrepancies

----

Operator responsibility

 

91.407

 

Operation after maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding, or alteration.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.409

91-282

Inspections

An approved maintenance schedule as per the Maintenance Requirements Manual (derived from the MSG-3 process) and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual complying with §25.1529 and Appendix H will be provided to each operator.

Operator responsible for accomplishing required maintenance.

 

91.410

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

91.411

91-269

Altimeter system and altitude reporting equipment tests and inspections.

 

 

 

The Maintenance Requirements Manual includes the tests and inspections required by 14 CFR 43 and its appendices. The 14 CFR 43 tests and inspections are conducted as a part of the Bombardier Functional Test Plan for each airplane prior to granting of the C of A.

Operator responsible for conducting required tests and inspections.

 

91.413

91-269

ATC transponder tests and inspections.

As above for § 91.411

As above for 91.411.

 

91.415

 

Changes to aircraft inspection programs.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.417

 

Maintenance records.

 

 

 

(a), (b), (c): Documents requirements.

An approved maintenance schedule as per the Maintenance Requirements Manual (derived from the MSG-3 process) and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual complying with 14 CFR Part 25.1529 and Appendix H will be provided to each operator.

Operator   responsibility

 

(d) Fuel tank installation.

No fuel tanks are installed within the passenger and baggage compartments.

Not applicable.

 

91.419

 

Transfer of maintenance records.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.421

 

Rebuilt engine maintenance records.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.423-91.499

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Subpart F – Large and Turbine-Powered Multiengine Airplanes and Fractional Ownership Program Aircraft

91.501

 

Applicability.

Noted.

Operator responsibility

 

91.503

 

Flying equipment and operating information.

 

 

 

(a)(1) Flashlights.

Two flashlights, one for each flight crew station, will be provided as part of the basic airplane equipment.

Operator responsibility

 

(a)(2) Cockpit checklist.

Checklists will be provided in the Airplane Flight Manual (AFM), the Flight Crew Operating Manual (FCOM) and the Quick Reference Handbook (QRH).

Operator responsibility

 

(a)(3) & (4) Aeronautical charts.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(a)(5) One engine inoperative climb performance data.

This data will be provided through the Computerized AFM (CAFM).

Operator responsibility

 

(b) & (c) Cockpit checklist contents

The checklists contained within the AFM, FCOM and QRH will include the required procedures.

Operator responsibility

 

(d) Use of data by flight crew.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.505

 

Familiarity with operating limitations and emergency equipment.

An FAA-approved Airplane Flight Manual complying with 14 CFR Part 25.1581 is provided with the airplane at delivery.

Operator responsibility

 

91.507

 

Equipment requirements: Over-the-top or night VFR operations

All equipment specified for IFR and Night VFR operation is part of the baseline configuration.

Operator responsible for making sure that equipment is operable.

 

91.509

91-280

Survival equipment for overwater operations.

The airplane is not equipped for Extended Over Water Operations.

Operator responsibility

 

91.511

91-296

Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations.

Certification for Extended Over Water Operations is not being sought.

Operator responsibility

 

91.513

 

Emergency equipment.

 

 

 

(a)    General.

Noted.

 

 

(b)    Equipment requirements.

The required emergency equipment, in accordance with § 25.807, 25.811, 25.812 and 25.813, will be part of the basic configuration.

Compliant.

Operator responsibility.

 

(c)    Fire extinguishers.

Four hand-operated fire extinguishers containing Halon 1211 (suitable agent for most types of aircraft fires) are installed in the airplane as part of the basic configuration. One is installed in the flight compartment and three are located in the passenger cabin area (one is accessible from the galley) as per the operators’ interior layout. All stowage containers are clearly marked and identified.

Compliant.

 

(d)    First Aid kit.

The required number of clearly identified first aid kits, will be part of the basic configuration.

Compliant. The emergency medical kit is the operator’s responsibility.

 

(e)    Crash axe.

One crash axe is installed in the flight compartment lower bulkhead as part of the basic configuration.

Compliant.

 

(f)        Megaphones.

The required number of portable battery-powered megaphones is part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

91.515

 

Flight altitude rules.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.517

 

Passenger information.

 

 

 

(a)    No smoking and seat belt signs.

The required ordinance signs, in compliance with § 25.791 will be installed in each passenger service unit (PSU), lavatories and main entrance area.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Oral notification if no signs provided

---

Operator responsibility

 

(c)    No smoking allowed while “No Smoking” signs lighted.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(d); (e): Passenger compliance with signs and instructions.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.519

91-280

Passenger briefing.

The applicable placards and lighted passenger information signs are part of the basic configuration. Printed cards are also provided to the operator.

Operator responsibility

 

91.521

 

Shoulder harness.

 

 

 

(a)    Shoulder harness – Flight deck.

The two approved flight crew safety belts will be fitted with approved shoulder harnesses in compliance with § 25.785, as part of the basic configuration.

Compliant

 

(b)    Shoulder harness – Flight attendant seats in cabin.

The flight attendant stations will be fitted with approved safety belts / shoulder harnesses.

Compliant

 

91.523

 

Carry-on baggage.

 

 

 

(a)    Baggage or cargo storage compartment.

Approved overhead bins and baggage / cargo storage compartments complying with § 25.787 will be provided.

Operator responsibility to ensure correct stowage.

 

(b)    Stowage of baggage under passenger seats.

Basic passenger seats design incorporates baggage restraints that comply with § 25.561.

Operator responsibility to ensure correct stowage.

 

91.525

 

Carriage of Cargo

 

 

 

(a)    Carriage of cargo – Requirements.

Approved Class C cargo compartments, complying with §§ 25.855 to 25.858 will be part of the basic configuration. One cargo bay is located aft of the passenger cabin and the other cargo compartment is located under the forward cabin area.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Accessibility of compartments for fire extinguishing.

The cargo compartments’ fire extinguishing systems do not require physical entry of a crewmember.

Not applicable.

 

91.527

 

Operating in icing conditions.

 

 

 

(a)    Take-off with contaminated surfaces.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(b); (c): IFR/VFR flight into known or forecasted icing conditions.

An ice protection system complying with § 25.1419 and Appendix C will be installed as part of the basic configuration.

Operator responsibility

 

(d) Changed weather conditions.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.529

 

Flight engineer requirements.

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

91.531

 

Second in command requirements.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.533

 

Flight attendant requirements.

Provisions are for two or three flight attendants, depending upon the operator’s seating configuration.

Operator responsibility

 

91.535

 

Stowage of food, beverage, and passenger service equipment during aircraft movement on the surface, takeoff, and landing.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.536-91.599

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Subpart G - Additional Equipment and Operating Requirements for Large and Transport Category Aircraft

91.601

 

Applicability.

Noted

 

 

91.603

 

Aural speed warning device.

Speed warning devices that comply with §25.1303(c)(1) are included as baseline.

Compliant.

 

91.607

 

Emergency exits for airplanes carrying passengers for hire.

In addition to the main passenger door and service door, the aircraft is equipped with four Type III overwing exits (two on each side).

Compliant.

 

 

91.609

 

91-300

Flight data recorders and cockpit voice recorders.

 

 

 

(a)      Operation with inactive or inoperative flight recorder or cockpit voice recorder.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Operation by other than holder of air carrier or commercial certificate.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(c)      Requirement for flight recorder.

A digital flight recorder compliant with § 25.1459 will be part of the basic configuration.

Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Flight recorder operation

---

Operator responsibility

 

(e)      Requirement for cockpit voice recorder.

An approved cockpit voice recorder, compliant with § 25.1457 will be included in the baseline configuration.

Operator responsibility

 

(f)        Cockpit voice recorder with erasure feature

 

(g)      Keeping of recorded information..

---

Operator responsibility

 

(h)      Cockpit voice recorder made before April 7, 2010 requirements.

An approved cockpit voice recorder, compliant with the appropriate sub-parts of § 25.1457 will be installed.

Operator responsibility

 

(i)          Cockpit voice recorder made on or after April 7, 2010 requirements.

 

(j)        Datalink communication equipment installation on or after April 7, 2010 requirement

Optional equipment

Operator responsibility

 

(k)    Deviation under Part 125.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.611

 

Authorization for ferry flight with one engine inoperative.

 

 

 

(a)      General: Threfour-engine airplanes.

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

(b)    Flight tests: reciprocating-engine-powered airplanes.

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

(c)      Flight tests: Turbine-engine-powered airplanes.

Compliance is shown during the Flight Test Program for initial Type Certification.

Compliant

 

91.613

91-290

Materials for compartment interiors.

Addressed during initial Type Certification.

Compliant

 

91.615-91.699

 

[Reserved]

 

 

 

Subpart H - Foreign Aircraft Operations and Operations of U.S. Registered Civil Aircraft Outside of the United States; and Rules Governing Persons on Board Such Aircraft

91.701

 

Applicability.

Noted

Operator responsibility

 

91.702

 

Persons on board.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.703

 

Operations of civil aircraft of U.S. registry outside of the United States.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.705

 

Operations within airspace designated as Minimum Navigation Performance Specification Airspace.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.706

 

Operations within airspace designated as Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum Airspace.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.707

 

Flights between Mexico or Canada and the United States.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.709

 

Operations to Cuba.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.711

 

Special rules for foreign civil aircraft.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.713

 

Operation of civil aircraft of Cuban registry.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.715

 

Special flight authorizations for foreign civil aircraft.

---

Operator responsibility

 

91.717-91.799

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

Subpart I - Operating Noise Limits

91.801

91-276

Applicability: Relation to Part 36.

Noted

Operator responsibility

 

91.803

91-276

Part 125 operations: Designation of applicable regulations.

Noted

Operator responsibility

 

91.805

 

Final compliance: Subsonic airplanes.

The CL-600-2E25 will be certified to 14 CFR Part 36 Stage 3 requirements and will be noted as such in the FAA-approved Airplane Flight Manual.

Operator responsibility

 

91.807-91.813

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

91.815

 

Agricultural and fire fighting airplanes: Noise operating limitations

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

91.817

 

Civil aircraft sonic boom

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

91.819

 

Civil supersonic airplanes that do not comply with Part 36.

Not applicable

 

 

91.821

 

Civil supersonic airplanes: Noise limits.

Not applicable

 

 

91.823-91.849

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

91.851

91-288

Definitions

Noted

 

 

91.853

 

Final compliance: Civil subsonic airplanes.

The production airplane will be certified to 14 CFR Part 36 Stage 3 requirements and will be noted as such in the FAA-approved Airplane Flight Manual (AFM).

 

 

91.855

91-288

Entry and nonaddition rule.

The production airplane will be certified to 14 CFR Part 36 Stage 3 requirements and will be noted as such in the FAA-approved AFM.

 

 

91.857

 

Stage 2 operations outside of the 48 contiguous United States.

The production airplane will be certified to 14 CFR Part 36 Stage 3 requirements and will be noted as such in the FAA-approved AFM.

 

 

91.858

 

Special flight authorizations for non-revenue Stage 2 operations.

 

 

 

91.859

 

Modification to meet Stage 3 or Stage 4 noise levels.

The production airplane will be certified to 14 CFR Part 36 Stage 3 requirements and will be noted as such in the FAA-approved AFM.

 

 

91.861

 

Base level.

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Operator   responsibility

 

91.863

 

Transfers of Stage 2 airplanes with base level.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.865

 

Phased compliance for operators with base level.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.867

91-252

Phased compliance for new entrants.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.869

 

Carry-forward compliance.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.871

 

Waivers from interim compliance requirements.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.873

91-276

Waivers from final compliance.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.875

 

Annual progress reports.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.877

 

Annual reporting of Hawaiian operations.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

91.879-91.899

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

Subpart J - Waivers

91.901

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

91.903

 

Policy and procedures.

Noted

Operator   responsibility

 

91.905

91-227

List of rules subject to waivers.

Noted

Operator   responsibility

 

91.907-91.999

 

[Reserved]

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FAR

Amdt.

Requirement

Bombardier Position

Bombardier Remark

FAA FSB Finding

Part 121 – Operating Requirements: Domestic, Flag, and Supplemental Operations

Subpart A – General

121.1

121-336

Applicability.

Noted

 

 

121.2

121-344

Compliance schedule for operators that transition to Part 121;; certain new entrant operators.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.4

121-251

Applicability of rules to unauthorized operators.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.11

 

Rules applicable to operations in a foreign country.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.15

 

Carriage of narcotic drugs, marihuana, and depressant or stimulant drugs or substances.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

Subpart B – Certification Rules for Domestic and Flag Air Carriers [Reserved]

Subpart C – Certification Rules for Supplemental Air Carriers and Commercial Operators [Reserved]

Subpart D – Rules Governing All Certificate Holders Under This Part [Reserved]

Subpart E – Approval of Routes: Domestic and Flag Operations

121.91

 

Applicability.

Noted

 

 

121.93

121-253

Route requirements: General.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.95

121-253

Route width.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.97

121-329

Airports: Required data.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.99

121-333

Communication facilities – domestic and flag operations.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.101

121-253

Weather reporting facilities.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.103

 

En route navigation facilities.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.105

 

Servicing and maintenance facilities.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.106

 

ETOPS Alternate Airport: Rescue and fire fighting service.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.107

 

Dispatch centers.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

Subpart F – Approval of Areas and Routes for Supplemental Operations

121.111

 

Applicability

Noted

Operator   responsibility

 

121.113

121-253

Area and route requirements: General.

The airplane meets all applicable IFR and VFR requirements to conduct operations within the Unted States of America.

Operator responsibility

 

121.117

121-253

Airports: Required data.

 

 

 

(a)      Adequate airport equipment for proposed operation.

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Operator   responsibility

 

(b)    Approved system for obtaining, maintaining, and distributing current aeronautical data.

Instrument flight procedures and special information will be provided in the AFM and FCOM.

Operator   responsibility

 

(c)      Changes to operator’s collection, maintenance and distribution system; filing of petition for reconsideration.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.119

121-253

Weather reporting facilities.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.121

 

En route navigation facilities.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.122

 

Communications facilities -supplemental operations.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.123

 

Servicing maintenance facilities.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.125

121-253

Flight following system.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.127

121-253

Flight following system; requirements.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

Subpart G – Manual Requirements

121.131

 

Applicability

Noted

Operator   responsibility

 

121.133

 

Preparation.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.135

121-329

Manual contents.

 

 

 

(a)      Requirements.

Manuals complying with this Subpart and §25.1581 will be provided with each airplane. The operator must ensure that the manuals prepared as per §121.133 are also compliant.

Operator   responsibility

 

(b)    Appropriate for use of each group of personnel

It is the operator’s responsibility to ensure that the manuals contain information appropriate for each group of personnel.

Operator   responsibility

 

(c)      Copy of manual at base of operations.

It is the operator’s responsibility to ensure that a copy of the manual is maintained at its principal operations base.

Operator   responsibility

 

121.137

121-262

Distribution and availability.

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Operator   responsibility

 

121.139

121-262

Requirements for manual aboard aircraft: Supplemental operations.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

121.141

 

Airplane flight manual.

 

 

 

(a)      Approved AFM

An approved Airplane Flight Manual complying with §25.1581 will be provided with each airplane.

Operator   responsibility

 

(b)    Manual required by 121.133

 

 

 

It is the operator’s responsibility to carry either the AFM or the manual required by §121.133, as per this subpart.

 

 

Subpart H – Aircraft Requirements

121.151

 

Applicability

Noted

Operator   responsibility

 

121.153

121-165

Aircraft requirements: General.

The issuance of an airworthiness certificate will be requested and compliance to the applicable requirements and airworthiness standards will be demonstrated.

Operator responsibility

 

121.155

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

121.157

121-256

Aircraft certification and equipment requirements.

 

Operator   responsibility

 

(a)      Airplanes certificated before July 1, 1942.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(b)    Airplanes certificated after June 30, 1942.

(c)      C-46 type airplanes: passenger-carrying operations.

(d)    C-46 type airplanes: cargo operations.

(e)      Commuter category airplanes.

(f)        Other nontransport category airplanes.

(g)      Certain newly manufactured airplanes.

(h)      Newly type certificated airplanes.

The aircraft will be type certificated as a transport category airplane under § part 25.

Operator   responsibility

 

121.159

 

Single-engine airplanes prohibited.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.161

121-329

Airplane limitations: Type of route.

 

 

 

(a)      60 minutes flying time from an adequate airport: turbine-engine-powered airplane.

ETOPS has not been requested for the CL-600-2E25. Operator’s responsibility to specify allowable routes.

Operator   responsibility

 

(b)    Extended overwater operation: ditching

The Type Design configuration is not certified for ditching.

Operator   responsibility

 

(c)      Extended overwater operation: nontransport category

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(d)    60 minutes flying time from an adequate airport: reciprocating-engine-powered airplane.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(e)      Turbine-engine-powered airplanes with more than two engines.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.162

 

ETOPS Type Design Approval Basis.

The CL-600-2E25 will not be certified for ETOPS at this time.

Operator   responsibility

 

121.163

121-251

Aircraft proving tests.

 

 

 

(a)      Initial airplane proving tests.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

(b)    Proving tests for kinds of operations.

---

Operator   responsibility

 

(c)      Proving tests for materially altered airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(d)    Definition of materially altered.

Noted.

Not applicable.

 

(e)      Carriage of passengers, mail or other cargo.

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Operator   responsibility

 

Subpart I – Airplane Performance Operating Limitations

121.171

 

Applicability

Noted

Operator   responsibility

 

121.173

121-251

General.

 

 

 

(a), (c), (e): Requirements for other airplane types.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(b) Turbine-engine-powered airplane requirements.

The airplane will show compliance with the applicable provisions of §§121.189 to121.197.

Operator   responsibility

 

(d) Performance data to comply with §§121.175 through 121.197.

The performance data provided, using the Computerized AFM (CAFM), will be used to show compliance with §§121.189 to121.197.

Operator   responsibility

 

(f), (g): Allowable deviations to specifications.

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Operator   responsibility

 

121.175

121-251

Airplanes: Reciprocating engine-powered: Weight limitations.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.177

121-251

Airplanes: Reciprocating engine-powered: Takeoff limitations.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.179

121-251

Airplanes: Reciprocating engine-powered: En route limitations: All engines operating.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.181

121-251

Airplanes: Reciprocating engine-powered: En route limitations: One engine inoperative.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.183

121-251

Part 25 airplanes with four or more engines: Reciprocating engine powered: En route limitations: Two engines inoperative.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.185

121-251

Airplanes: Reciprocating engine-powered: Landing limitations: Destination airport.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.187

121-251

Airplanes: Reciprocating engine-powered: Landing limitations: Alternate airport.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.189

121-268

Airplanes: Turbine engine powered: Takeoff limitations.

The required takeoff performance data is calculated using the CAFM. It is the operator’s responsibility to comply with AFM takeoff limits.

Operator   responsibility to determine the applicability of and comply with CAFM-derived performance data.

 

121.191

121-143

Airplanes: Turbine engine powered: En route limitations: One engine inoperative.

The required one-engine inoperative net flight path data is calculated using the CAFM.

Operator   responsibility to determine the applicability of and comply with CAFM-derived performance data.

 

121.193

 

Airplanes: Turbine engine powered: En route limitations: Two engines inoperative.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.195

121-9

Airplanes: Turbine engine powered: Landing limitations: Destination airports.

The required landing performance data is calculated using the CAFM.

Operator   responsibility to determine the applicability of and comply with CAFM-derived performance data.

 

121.197

121-179

Airplanes: Turbine engine powered: Landing limitations: Alternate airports.

The required landing performance data is calculated using the CAFM.

Operator   responsibility to determine the applicability of and comply with CAFM-derived performance data.

 

121.198

 

Cargo service airplanes: Increased zero fuel and landing weights.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.199

 

Nontransport category airplanes: Takeoff limitations.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.201

 

Nontransport category airplanes: En route limitations: One engine inoperative.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.203

 

Nontransport category airplanes: Landing limitations: Destination airport.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.205

 

Nontransport category airplanes: Landing limitations: Alternate airport.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.207

 

Provisionally certificated airplanes: Operating limitations.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

Subpart J Special Airworthiness Requirements

121.211

 

Applicability

 

 

 

 

 

(a)      Special airworthiness requirements (see sub-paragraphs (b) through (e)).

Noted.

 

 

 

 

(b)    Airplanes type certificated before November 1, 1946, must meet the special airworthiness requirements in §§121.215 through 121.283.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

 

 

(c)      Compliance with §§121.285 through 121.291.

See sub-paragraphs §§121.285 through 121.291.

 

 

 

 

(d)    Airplanes used in cargo service.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

 

 

(e)      Non-transport category airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.213

 

[Reserved]

---

 

 

121.215 through 121.283

 

Various special airworthiness requirements.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.285

121-251

Carriage of cargo in passenger compartments.

Only overhead bins are approved for installation in the passenger cabin, in which only carry-on baggage is allowed.

Not applicable.

 

121.287

 

Carriage of cargo in cargo compartments.

Not applicable. There are no cargo compartments in the airplane, which allow access to the crew during flight.

Not applicable.

 

121.289

121-251

Landing gear: Aural warning device.

 

The landing gear aural warning device is fully compliant with these requirements.

Compliant.

 

121.291

121-307

Demonstration of emergency evacuation procedures.

 

 

 

(a)      Procedure.

An actual demonstration does not need to be conducted. Compliance with §25.803 will be shown during the CL-600-2E25 type certification.

 

 

(b) to (e): Certificate holder demonstration.

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Operator   responsibility

 

121.293

 

Special airworthiness requirements for nontransport category airplanes type certificated after December 31, 1964.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.295

 

Location for a suspect device.

The Least Risk Bomb Location (LRBL) for the CL-600-2E25 has been defined. The protocol for the dissemination of the LRBL information will be established.

Compliant.

 

Subpart K – Instrument and Equipment Requirements

121.301

 

Applicability

Noted

 

 

121.303

121-281

Airplane instruments and equipment.

 

 

 

(a)      Applicability

Noted

 

 

(b)    Instruments and equipment.

All instruments and equipment are installed and approved in accordance with the Airworthiness requirements applicable to them.

Compliant.

 

(c)      Airspeed

The airspeed indicator is calibrated in knots and all airspeed values in the AFM will be recorded in knots (KIAS).

Compliant.

 

(d)     

An MMEL will be submitted to the FAA for approval.

 

 

121.305

121-262

Flight and navigational equipment.

All required equipment to be provided as part of the basic configuration, compliant with §25.1303. The third gyroscopic bank-and-pitch indicator will be replaced by an equivalent electronic integrated standby instrument (ISI).

Compliant.

 

121.306

 

Portable electronic devices.

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Operator   responsibility

 

121.307

 

Engine instruments.

 

 

 

(a)-(c), (f), (l):

Various engine instruments

Not applicable to the CL-600-2E25 powerplant installation.

Not applicable.

 

(d), (e), (g), (h), (i), (j), (k):

Fuel pressure and pressure warning, flowmeter and quantity. Oil temperature, pressure. Tachometer.

All engine instruments / indicators complying with §25.1305, are provided in the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

121.308

 

Lavatory fire protection.

 

 

 

(a)      Smoke detector system.

A smoke detection system will be installed in the lavatory (ies) as per §25.854 with corresponding warning indications provided in the flight compartment.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Built-in fire extinguisher.

The lavatory(ies) will be equipped with a built-in fire extinguishing system located in the disposal receptacle within the lavatory(ies). The built-in fire extinguisher discharges automatically upon occurrence of a fire in the receptacle as per § 25.854.

Compliant.

 

(c)      30 passengers or fewer.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(d)    Nontransport category airplane.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.309

 

Emergency equipment.

 

 

 

(a)      General.

The airplane will be equipped with the applicable emergency equipment listed in §§ 121.309 and 121.310.

Operator responsbility

 

(b)(1) Emergency & flotation equipment: Inspection.

Periodic inspections will be included in the Maintenance Planning Document derived from the MSG-3 process.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)(2) Emergency & flotation equipment: Accessibility.

Each item of emergency and flotation equipment listed in §§ 121.309, 121.310 and 121.340, will be readily accessible to the crew and passengers.

Compliant.

 

(b)(3) Identified for method of operation.

All emergency and flotation equipment will be clearly identified and marked indicating their method of operation as per §25.1561.

Compliant.

 

(b)(4) Marked compartments.

All compartments, in which items are stowed, will be clearly identified and marked complying with § 25.1561.

Operator’s responsibility to ensure that these items are marked as to the date of the last inspection.

 

(c) Hand fire extinguishers.

All fire extinguishers are of an approved type.

Compliant.

 

(c)(1) Type and quantity of extinguishing agent.

The extinguishing agents are suitable for the kind of fires likely to occur in the compartment where the fire extinguishers are to be used.

Compliant.

 

(c)(2) Class E cargo compartments.

No class E compartment is provided.

Not applicable.

 

(c)(3), (c)(6):

Galley compartments.

One Halon extinguisher will be accessible from the galley.

Compliant.

 

(c)(4) Flight crew compartment.

One Halon extinguisher will be located on the flight deck for use by the flight crew.

Compliant.

 

(c)(5) Passenger compartment.

Three (3) Halon fire extinguishers will be located in the passenger compartment.

Compliant.

 

(c)(7) Halon BCF extinguisher.

Four Halon extinguishers will be installed on the aircraft and three are located in the passenger compartment.

Compliant.

 

(d) Reserved.

Noted.

 

 

(e) Crash ax.

One crash ax will be provided as part of the basic equipment in the flight compartment.

Compliant.

 

(f) Megaphones.

The appropriate number of megaphones will be provided as part of the basic configuration.

Compliant.

 

121.310

 

Additional emergency equipment.

 

 

 

(a)      Means for emergency evacuation.

No floor level exit is more than 6 feet above ground. The escape hatch in the flight compartment is equipped with an escape rope.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Interior emergency exit marking.

All emergency exits, their corresponding means of access and opening, will be conspicuously marked. All locating signs will comply with § 25.811.

Compliant.

 

(c)      Lighting for interior emergency exit markings.

The airplane’s emergency lighting system will comply with § 25.812.

Compliant.

 

(d)    Emergency light operation.

 

(e)(1) Emergency exit operating handles: Application for the type certificate filed prior to May 1, 1972.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(e)(2) Emergency exit operating handles: Application for the type certificate filed on or after May 1, 1972.

The location of emergency exit operating handles and instructions for opening the exit will be shown to be in accordance with the requirements under which the airplane will be type certificated.

Monitoring of the operating handles and cover luminescence decrease is the responsibility of the operator.

 

(f)(1) Emergency exit access: Passageway.

Passageways leading to Type I exits are at least 20 inches wide and unobstructed. No Type II exits will be provided on the CL-600-2E25.

Compliant.

 

(f)(2) Emergency exit access: Space next to exit.

Space next to the Type I exit will be provided to enable a crewmember to assist in the evacuation of passengers without reducing the passageway as per § 25.813.

Compliant.

 

(f)(3) Emergency exit access: Access from main aisle.

The Type III exits are accessible from the main aisle and unobstructed by seats, berths or other protrusions that would reduce the effectiveness of the exits. Complies with § 25.813.

Compliant.

 

(f)(4) Emergency exit access: Passageway between passenger compartments.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(f)(5) Emergency exit access: Door in partition between passenger compartments.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(f)(6) Emergency exit access: Door between passenger seat and emergency exit.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(f)(7) Emergency exit access: Doorway separating areas.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(g) Exterior exit markings.

All exterior markings will comply with § 25.811.

Compliant.

 

(h) Exterior emergency lighting and escape route.

Exterior lighting will comply with § 25.812. The non-slip walkway will comply with § 25.810.

Compliant.

 

(i) Floor level exits.

Both floor level exits will comply with § 25.807.

Compliant.

 

(j) Additional emergency exits.

Not applicable.

No additional emergency exits are provided in excess of the minimum number of required emergency exits.

Not applicable.

 

(k) Ventral and tailcone exit

Not applicable.

There are no ventral or tailcone exits on the CL-600-2E25.

Not applicable.

 

(l)  Emergency exit features:

(1)Compliance with §25.809(i).

(2)Compliance with §25.813(b)(6)(ii).

1)        Not applicable. The certification basis of the CL-600-2E25 for §25.809 is at Amdt 25-72, wherein §25.809(i) is non-existent.

2)        The CL-600-2E25 complies with the requirement to have handles in each assist space.

(1)                            Not applicable.

(2)                            Compliant.

 

(m) Distance of 60 feet between adjacent emergency exits.

The greatest distance between any two emergency exits is less than 60 feet.

Not applicable.

 

(n) Portable lights.

Flashlights will be installed at each flight attendant station and will be accessible from the flight attendant seats.

Compliant.

 

121.311

 

Seats, safety belts, and shoulder harnesses.

 

 

 

(a)(1) Approved seat.

The aircraft is fitted with the approved type seats. It is the operator’s responsibility to ensure that a seat is provided for each person during takeoff and landing including for a person who has reached his second birthday.

Compliant.

 

(a)(2) Approved seat belts.

All seats that may be occupied during take-off and landing will be fitted with an approved seat belt/harness as per §25.785.

Compliant.

 

(b) Occupancy of approved seat.

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Operator responsibility

 

(c) Child restraint system.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(d) Sideways facing seats.

No sideways facing seats are fitted in the airplane.

Not applicable.

 

(e) Seat back upright.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(f) Combined safety belts / shoulder harnesses for flight crew seats.

Combined safety belts / shoulder harnesses are provided for each flight crew seat and will comply with §25.785.

Compliant.

 

(g) Flight attendant seats with safety belts / shoulder harnesses.

Flight attendant seats with combined safety belt / shoulder harnesses are provided and will comply with §25.785.

Compliant.

 

(h) Use of combined safety belt/harness.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(i)   Securing of safety belt/harness at unoccupied seats.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(j) Requirements under §25.562.

All passenger and flight attendant seats on the airplane comply with the requirements of §25.562.

Compliant.

 

121.312

121-330

Materials for compartment interiors.

 

 

 

(a)    Compliance with §25.853.

All materials used in the aircraft interior will comply with the standards of §25.853 as required.

 

 

(b)    Fire protection of seat cushions.

All seat cushions in the passenger cabin include fire-blocking material in compliance with §25.853.

 

 

(c)    All interior materials.

All materials used in the aircraft interior will comply with the standards of §25.853 as required.

 

 

(d)    All interior materials: other airplanes.

Not applicable.

 

 

(e)    Thermal/acoustic insulation materials.

All thermal/acoustic insulation materials installed in the fuselage will be certified to meet §25.856 as required.

 

 

121.313

121-334

Miscellaneous equipment.

 

 

 

(a)    Spare fuses.

Spare fuses are not provided since all resettable circuits are protected by circuit breakers.

Not applicable.

 

(b)    Windshield wipers.

A windshield wiper is provided at each pilot station as part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(c)    Electrical power and distribution.

Power and distribution will comply with §§ 25.1309, 25.1331, 25.1351, 25.1353, 25.1355 and 25.1431 as required.

Compliant.

 

(d)    Means for indicating adequate power supply.

Indication of the adequacy of power being supplied to required flight instruments to comply with §25.1331 will be done through EICAS.

Compliant.

 

(e)    Two independent static pressure systems.

Three independent static pressure systems are provided as part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(f)  Lockable flight deck door.

A lockable cockpit door will be installed to conform to §25.772, as part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(g) Keys for doors separating compartments.

No such doors are fitted on the airplane since there is only one passenger compartment.

Not applicable.

 

(h) Placards on doors required open.

No doors are installed which require being open during take-off and landing to obtain access to an emergency exit.

Not applicable.

 

(i)    Means to unlock doors.

The lavatory is the only compartment accessible to passengers. Means will be provided to enable unlocking the lavatory door from the outside, in accordance with §25.783.

Compliant.

 

(j)  Flight deck door requirements.

A reinforced flight deck door will be installed in accordance with §25.795 at Amdt 25-106.

Operator`s responsibility to develop means in the event of flight crew incapacitation.

 

(k)Means to monitor outside of the flight deck door from inside the flight deck.

A viewer (peephole assembly) is incorporated into the flight deck door as part of the baseline configuration. The operator may install other means of monitoring devices.

Operator responsibility

 

121.314

 

Cargo and baggage compartments.

 

 

 

(a), (b): Liner requirements

Materials used in the class C cargo / baggage compartments will comply with Part 25 Appendix F. No class D compartments will be installed.

Compliant.

 

(c), (d): Class D compartments requirements.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.315

 

Cockpit check procedure.

 

 

 

(a), (b): Approved cockpit check procedures.

Cockpit procedures checklists will be provided in the approved Airplane Flight Manual, in the Flight Crew Operating Manual and in the Quick Reference Handbook.

Operator responsibility

 

(c) Use of cockpit check procedures.

Operator’s responsibility to ensure that the cockpit check procedures will be performed.

Operator responsibility

 

121.316

 

Fuel tanks.

Fuel tank access covers will comply with §25.963 and form part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

121.317

121-277

Passenger information requirements, smoking prohibitions, and additional seat belt requirements.

 

 

 

(a)      Information signs.

All passenger information signs will comply with §25.791 and are constructed so that crewmembers can turn them on and off.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Usage of "Fasten Seatbelt" sign.

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Operator responsibility

 

(c)      "No Smoking" routes.

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Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Additional seat belt sign.

"Fasten Seat Belt While Seated" signs will be provided on each seat back.

Compliant.

 

(e)      Placard for Lavatory Smoke Detector.

A placard will be installed on the lavatory smoke detector that states "Federal Law Prohibits Tampering with Smoke Detection in this Lavatory".

Compliant.

 

(f)        Ensuring passengers wear seatbelts.

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Operator responsibility

 

(g)      Enforcement of "No Smoking" rules.

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Operator responsibility

 

(h)      No smoking in lavatory.

(i)          Tampering of smoke detectors in lavatory.

Placards will be installed in the lavatory to inform passengers that smoking and the tampering of smoke detectors in the lavatory are prohibited.

Operator responsibility

 

(j)        Usage of "No Smoking" signs.

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Operator responsibility

 

(k)    Passenger compliance with (f) thru (i).

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Operator responsibility

 

(l)          Nontransport category airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.318

 

Public address system.

 

 

 

(a)      Independence.

A public address (PA) system independent of the crew interphone system, is installed as part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Equipment approval.

The PA system will be approved in accordance with §21.305, "Approval of materials, parts, processes, and appliances".

Compliant.

 

(c)      Accessibility - flight crew.

The PA system will be immediately accessible for use from each flight crew station as per §25.1423.

Compliant.

 

(d)    Accessibility - flight attendant.

A microphone will be provided for the two flight attendants located adjacent to the two required front cabin floor level exits.

Compliant.

 

(e)      Availability.

The PA system is capable of operation within 10 seconds from the FA positions in accordance with §25.1423.

Compliant.

 

(f)        Audibility.

The PA transmissions are audible at all passenger seats, the lavatory and FA seats as per §25.1423.

Compliant.

 

(g)      Compliance with §25.1423.

The PA system will comply with §25.1423.

Compliant.

 

121.319

121-253

Crewmember interphone system.

 

 

 

(a)      Independence.

The approved crew interphone system is capable of being operated independently of the PA systems.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Approval.

The crew interphone system will be approved in accordance with §21.305 as required.

Compliant.

 

(b)(1) Two-way communication.

The crew interphone system provides two-way communication between the flight compartment and the passenger compartment.

Compliant.

 

(b)(2), (b)(3), (b)(4): Accessibility.

The crew interphone system is accessible from each flight crew station and the FA stations in the passenger compartment. It is also capable of operation within 10 seconds by the FAs.

Compliant.

 

(b)(5)(i): Flight attendant use.

The interphone system is accessible at FA stations wherein the emergency exits are observable from.

Compliant.

 

(b)(5)(ii): Alerting system.

Aural and visual alerting systems are provided.

Compliant.

 

(b)(5)(iii): Determination of call.

Means are provided to notify whether the call is normal or an emergency.

Compliant.

 

(b)(5)(iv): Communication with ground crew.

Two-way communication between either flight crew station and ground personnel is available when the airplane is on the ground. Visible detection from within the airplane can be avoided.

Compliant.

 

121.321

 

[Reserved]

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121.323

121-281

Instruments and equipment for operations at night.

All equipment listed in this requirement and by cross-reference to §§121.305 to 121.321 will be included in the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(a)      Position lights.

Position lights are provided and will comply with §§25.1385 to 25.1389.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Anti-collision lights.

Anti-collision lights are provided and will comply with §25.1401.

Compliant.

 

(c)      Landing lights.

Landing lights are provided and will comply with §25.1383.

Compliant.

 

(d)    Instrument lights.

Instruments lights will comply with §25.1381 and provide enough light to make each required instrument easily readable and are installed so that the direct rays are shielded from the flight crewmembers’ eyes.

Compliant.

 

(e)      Airspeed indicating system with heated pitot tube.

An airspeed indicating system with heated pitot tube in order to prevent malfunctioning due to icing is provided as per §25.1323.

Compliant.

 

(f)        Sensitive altimeter.

A sensitive altimeter will be provided as per §25.1303.

Compliant.

 

121.325

121-281

Instruments and equipment for operations under IFR or over the top.

All equipment listed in this requirement and by cross-reference to §§121.305 to 121.321 will be included in the baseline configuration.

Operator responsibility

 

(a)      Airspeed indicating system with heated pitot tube.

An airspeed indicating system with heated pitot tube in order to prevent malfunctioning due to icing will be provided as per §25.1323.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Sensitive altimeter.

A sensitive altimeter will be provided as per §25.1303.

Compliant.

 

(c)      Instrument lights and illumination.

Instrument lights will comply with §25.1381 and provide enough light to make each required instrument easily readable and are installed so that the direct rays are shielded from the flight crewmembers’ eyes.

Compliant.

 

121.327

 

Supplemental oxygen: Reciprocating engine powered airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.329

 

Supplemental oxygen for sustenance: Turbine engine powered airplanes.

 

 

 

(a)      Supplemental oxygen

Supplemental oxygen systems are provided on the airplane as part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(a)(1) Oxygen quantity.

The amount of oxygen provided is sufficient to comply with the requirements of §§ 121.329 (b) and (c).

Compliant.

 

(a)(2), (a)(3), (a)(4):

Oxygen required for each operation and route.

Noted.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Supply of crew oxygen.

A crew oxygen system complying with the relevant requirements of §§ 25.1441 to 25.1443 will be provided for the flight attendants, and for the flight crew in the flight compartment.

Compliant.

 

(b)(1), (b)(2), (b)(3):

Crew use of oxygen.

Cabin pressure altitude is maintained at a maximum of 8000 feet during all phases of flight.

Operator responsibility

 

(c)      Supply of passenger oxygen.

See (c)(1), (c)(2) & (c)(3) below.

 

 

(c)(1), (c)(2), (c)(3):

Use of passenger oxygen.

Cabin pressure altitude is maintained at a maximum of 8000 feet during all phases of flight. The passenger oxygen system is designed only for use during emergency descents to 10 000 feet.

Operator responsibility

 

121.331

121-132

Supplemental oxygen requirements for pressurized cabin airplanes: Reciprocating engine powered airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.333

121-306

Supplemental oxygen for emergency descent and for first aid; turbine engine powered airplanes with pressurized cabins.

 

 

 

(a)      General.

An oxygen system including dispensing equipment complying with the relevant requirements of §§25.1441 to 25.1453 will be provided.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Crewmembers.

Sufficient crew oxygen content will be provided and will comply with §121.329.

Compliant.

 

(c)      Use of oxygen masks by flight crewmembers.

(1) Quick-donning type oxygen masks for flight crewmembers meeting the requirements of §§25.1443 to 25.1453 will be provided.

(2), (3): ---

(4) The Airplane Flight Manual requires a preflight check of the oxygen equipment. Detailed procedures will be contained in Volume 2 of the Flight Crew Operating Manual (FCOM).

(1) Compliant.

 

 

 

 

(2), (3), (4):

Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Use of portable oxygen equipment by cabin attendants

The airplane will have sufficient spare outlets and masks distributed throughout the cabin to ensure immediate availability of oxygen to each cabin attendant, regardless of their location in the cabin.

Compliant.

 

(e)(1) Passenger cabin occupants: Descend within four minutes.

Not applicable. The CL-600-2E25 will be certified to operate above FL 250.

Not applicable.

 

(e)(2) Passenger cabin occupants: Cannot descend within four minutes.

The airplane will be equipped with a passenger oxygen system capable of delivering 13 minutes (22 minutes optional) of oxygen according to the pre-defined emergency descent profile.

Compliant.

 

(e)(3) Passenger cabin occupants: First aid oxygen.

Therapeutic portable oxygen bottles will be provided, the quantity of which will vary depending upon the operator’s required configuration .

Compliant.

 

(f) Passenger briefing.

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Operator responsibility

 

121.335

 

Equipment standards.

 

 

 

(a)      Reciprocating engine powered airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(b)    Turbine engine powered airplanes.

An acceptable minimum rate of oxygen flow complying with 14 CFR 25 will be demonstrated.

 

 

121.337

121-261

Protective breathing equipment.

 

 

 

(a), (b)(1), (b)(3)-(b)(8):

Pressurized cabin airplanes.

The appropriate number of protective breathing equipment (PBE), complying with §25.1439, will be provided.

Compliant.

 

(b)(2) Equipment inspection.

The maintenance Planning document, derived from the MSG-3 process will specify a periodic inspection based on the equipment manufacturer’s recommendation.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)(9)(i) Fire combatting: PBE for use in galley located in other than passenger, cargo or crew compartment.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(b)(9)(ii) Fire combatting: PBE on flight deck.

One PBE will be provided in the flight compartment.

Compliant.

 

(b)(9)(iii) Fire combatting: PBE in passenger compartment.

One PBE will be provided for and located within 3 feet of each hand fire extinguisher.

Compliant.

 

(c) Equipment pre-flight.

The crew checklists require a pre-flight check on the PBEs. Detailed procedures will be recorded in Volume 2 of the Flight Crew Operating Manual.

Operator responsibility

 

121.339

121-239

Emergency equipment for extended over-water operations.

The airplane is not equipped for Extended Over Water Operations.

Operator responsibility

 

121.340

121-251

Emergency flotation means.

 

 

 

(a)      Life preservers.

Life vests will be provided for the flight crew, flight attendants and observer. Each passenger seat will also be equipped with a life vest.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Exceptions to (a).

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121.341

121-251

Equipment for operations in icing conditions.

 

 

 

(a)      Equipped and approved for operations in icing conditions.

The airplane will be certificated for operations in icing conditions to comply with §25.1419.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Ice inspection lights

Means of illuminating the wing leading edges, complying with §25.1403, will be installed on the aircraft.

Compliant.

 

(c)      Non-transport category airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(d)    Weather reports

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.342

 

Pitot heat indication systems.

A pitot heat indication system compliant with §25.1326 is provided.

Compliant.

 

121.343

121-338

Flight data recorders.

Not applicable to the CL-600-2E25 in accordance with paragraph (m) of this section.

Not applicable.

 

121.344

121-338

Digital flight data recorders for transport category airplanes.

 

 

 

(a)      Effectivity and operational parameters.

A digital flight data recorder (DFDR), recording the parameters of this paragraph will be installed to comply with §25.1459.

Compliant.

 

(b), (c): Turbine-engine-powered transport category airplanes manufactured on or before Oct 11, 1991.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(d) Turbine-engine-powered transport category airplanes manufactured after Oct 11, 1991.

The DFDR installed in compliance with §25.1459 will record the applicable parameters listed in paragraph (a), as per Part 121 Appendix M.

 

 

(e) Turbine-engine-powered transport category airplanes manufactured after Aug 18, 2000.

See sub-paragraph (d) above.

 

 

(f) Turbine-engine-powered transport category airplanes manufactured after Aug 19, 2002.

See sub-paragraph (d) above.

 

 

(g)      Period of operation.

The DFDR operates continuously from the start of the take-off roll up to the completion of the landing roll.

Compliant.

 

(h)      Retention of recorded data.

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Operator responsibility

 

(i)          Accident reporting.

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Operator responsibility

 

(j)        Installation requirements.

A DFDR will be installed to comply with §25.1459.

Compliant.

 

(k)    Underwater locator device.

An underwater locator device will be attached to the FDR as per §25.1459.

Compliant.

 

(l)          Airplanes manufactured before Aug 18, 1997.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(m)  Compliance with §25.1459(a)(3), (a)(7), and (a)(8).

A DFDR meeting TSO-C124a and compliant with §25.1459, will be part of the basic configuration.

Compliant.

 

(n)      Boeing 737 airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.344-a

121-338

Digital flight data recorders for 10–19 seat airplanes.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.345

121-190

Radio equipment.

 

 

 

(a)      Radio equipment required for the kind of operation conducted.

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Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Radio antenna installations.

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Operator responsibility

 

(c)      ATC Transponder equipment.

Dual Mode ‘S’ ATC transponders meeting TSO C112 standards will be installed on the airplane.

Compliant.

 

121.347

121-333

Communication and navigation equipment for operations under VFR over routes navigated by pilotage.

All equipment required for day or night VFR operations over routes navigated by pilotage are part of the baseline configuration.

Operator responsibility

 

121.349

 

Communication and navigation equipment for operations under VFR over routes not navigated by pilotage or for operations under IFR or over the top.

 

 

 

(a)      Navigation equipment requirements - General.

Two separate and approved VHF navigation systems (VOR / ILS / Marker, dual ADF and dual DME) are installed as part of the baseline design.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Communication equipment requirements.

Two independent VHF radio communication systems are installed as part of the baseline design.

Operator responsibility

 

(c)      Use of a single independent navigation system.

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Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Use of VOR navigation equipment.

The airplane is equipped with a dual DME system. Dual FMS and GPS installations are operator options.

Operator responsibility

 

(e)      Additional communication system equipment requirements for operators subject to §121.2.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.351

121-333

Communication and navigation equipment for extended over-water operations and for certain other operations.

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Operator responsibility

 

121.353

121-251

Emergency equipment for operations over uninhabited terrain areas: Flag, supplemental, and certain domestic operations.

 

 

 

(a)      Suitable pyrotechnic signaling devices.

Pyrotechnic signal devices are not provided.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Emergency locator transmitter.

A satellite capable ELT is provided as part of the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(c)      Survival kits.

Survival kits are not provided.

Operator responsibility

 

121.354

 

Terrain awareness and warning system.

 

 

 

(a)      Airplanes manufactured after March 29, 2002.

TAWS (compliant with TSO C151) will be offered for the CL-600-2E25 as an option. Compliance will be shown during the initial Type Certification.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Airplanes manufactured on or before March 29, 2002.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(c)      Airplane Flight Manual.

All the appropriate procedures will be included in the FAA-approved AFM.

Compliant.

 

121.355

 

Equipment for operations on which specialized means of navigation are used.

 

 

 

(a)      Doppler Radar or Inertial Navigation System.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(b)    Training, maintenance, operations manual.

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Operator responsibility

 

121.356

 

Collision avoidance system.

 

 

 

(a)      Turbine-powered airplane of more than 33,000 pounds maximum certificated takeoff weight.

A Traffic Alert Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II / ACAS II) will be installed as part of the baseline configuration together with a Mode S transponder.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Passenger or combination cargo/passenger (combi) airplane that has a passenger seat configuration of 10–30 seats.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(c)      Piston-powered airplane of more than 33,000 pounds maximum certificated takeoff weight.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.357

121-251

Airborne weather radar equipment requirements.

 

 

 

(a)      Approved equipment.

An approved digital weather radar system will be included in the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(b)    [Reserved]

Noted.

 

 

(c)      Equipment operation: Dispatch and enroute failure procedures.

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Operator responsibility

 

(d)    Exceptions.

Noted.

 

 

(e)      Alternate electrical power not required.

Noted.

 

 

121.358

 

Low-altitude windshear system equipment requirements.

 

 

 

(a)      Airplanes manufactured after January 2, 1991.

A windshear detection and guidance system will be included in the baseline configuration.

Compliant.

 

(b)    Airplanes manufactured before January 3, 1991.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(c)      Extension of the compliance date.

Noted.

 

 

(d)    Definitions.

Noted.

 

 

121.359

 

Cockpit voice recorders.

 

 

 

(a)      Requirements.

A solid-state cockpit voice recorder (CVR) will be included in the basic configuration. Operation will be continuous, from the start of the use of the checklist (before starting engines), to completion of the final checklist at the termination of the flight.

Compliant.

 

(b)    [Reserved]

Noted.

 

 

(c)      Application standards.

The CVR will comply with the requirements of Part 25. The CVR container is bright orange and includes an underwater locater device (ULD), which is a battery-operated beacon to facilitate underwater locating.

Compliant.

 

(d)    Seating configuration of 10-19 seats.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(e)      Seating configuration of 20-30 seats.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

(f)        Erasure feature.

At least the last 30 minutes of CVR recording is retained.

Compliant.

 

(g)      Audio signals received by a boom or mask microphone.

Uninterrupted signals received by the boom or mask microphone will be recorded in accordance with §25.1457(c)(5).

Compliant.

 

(h)      Procedures in the event of accident.

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Operator responsibility

 

(i)          Requirements for all turbine engine-powered airplanes manufactured before April 7, 2010, to be met by April 7, 2012.

Noted.

 

 

(j)        Requirements for all turbine engine-powered airplanes manufactured on or after April 7, 2010.

Noted.

 

 

(k)    Recording of datalink messages for datalink equipment installed on or after April 7, 2010.

Noted.

 

 

121.360

121-273

Ground proximity warning-glide slope deviation alerting system.

This section expired on March 29, 2005 (see paragraph (g) of this section).

Not applicable.

 

Subpart L – Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, and Alterations

121.361

 

Applicability

Noted.

 

 

121.363

121-106

Responsibility for airworthiness.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.365

121-3

Maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration organization.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.367

121-100

Maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations program.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.368

 

[Reserved]

Noted.

 

 

121.369

121-106

Manual requirements.

 

 

 

(a)      Certification holders organization chart.

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Operator responsibility

 

(b)    Programs required by §121.367.

(b)(1) to (b)(6):

Maintenance program requirements, methods and procedures; limitations, standards, required inspections and reinspections.

A Maintenance Requirements Manual (MRM) derived from the MSG-3 process and an Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) will be provided with each airplane.

(1)    Routine and non-routine maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations are all covered in the AMM.

(2)    Mandatory inspections will be covered as Airworthiness Limitations in Part II of the AMM.

(3)-(6): Methods, limits, standards and procedures for required inspections / reinspections as well as the acceptance and rejection criteria will be provided in the AMM.

Operator responsibility

 

(b)(7) to (b)(9):

Management / administration of the maintenance program and personnel.

---

Operator responsibility

 

(c)      Preservation and retrieval of information.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.370-121.370a

   

[Reserved]

Noted.

 

 

121.371

 

Required inspection personnel.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.373

121-253

Continuing analysis and surveillance.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.374

121-339

Continuous airworthiness maintenance program (CAMP) for two-engine ETOPS.

The CL-600-2E25 is not being certified for ETOPS at this time.

Not applicable.

 

121.375

 

Maintenance and preventive maintenance training program.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.378

121-286

Certificate requirements.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.379

 

Authority to perform and approve maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.380

121-321

Maintenance recording requirements.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.380a

 

Transfer of maintenance records.

---

Operator responsibility

 

Subpart M – Airman and Crewmember Requirements

121.381

 

Applicability

Noted.

 

 

121.383

121-344

Airman: Limitations on use of services.

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Operator responsibility

 

121.385

121-256

Composition of flight crew.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.387

 

Flight engineer.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

 

121.389

121-178

Flight navigator and specialized navigation equipment.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.391

121-251

Flight attendants.

(a) The airplane will be equipped with three flight attendant stations.              

(b) When showing compliance to §121.291, an actual demonstration does not need to be conducted because the Cl-600-2E25 will be shown, during certification, to be in compliance with §25.803.

Operator responsibility

 

121.393

 

Crewmember requirements at stops where passengers remain on board.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.395

 

Aircraft dispatcher: Domestic and flag operations.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.397

 

Emergency and emergency evacuation duties.

---

Operator responsibility

 

Subpart N – Training Program

121.400

121-259

Applicability and terms used.

Noted.

 

 

121.401

121-316

Training program: General.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.402

121-263

Training program: Special rules.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.403

 

Training program: Curriculum.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.404

 

Compliance dates: Crew and dispatcher resource management training.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.405

121-253

Training program and revision: Initial and final approval.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.406

 

Credit for previous CRM/DRM training.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.407

121-199

Training program: Approval of airplane simulators and other training devices.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.409

121-264

Training courses using airplane simulators and other training devices.

---

Operator responsibility

 

121.411

121-344

Qualifications: Check airmen (airplane) and check airmen (simulator).