U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

Washington, D.C.

 

Flight Standardization Board (FSB) Report

 

 

Revision: 8

Date: 02/27/2014

 

 

 

 

Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy/DX/LX

DA-EASy

 

James P. Vogt

Chair, Flight Standardization Board

 

 

Federal Aviation Administration

Seattle Aircraft Evaluation Group

1601 Lind Avenue SW

Renton, WA 98057-3356

 

 

 

 

 

Telephone:

(425) 917-6600

FAX:

(425) 917-6638

 

 


 

 

RECORD OF REVISION

 

 

Revision Number

Sections

Pages Affected

Date

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06/03/2004

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06/22/2006

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10/21/2008

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07/30/2010

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07/25/2011

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05/24/2012

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10/17/2012

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03/02/2013

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5, Appendix 1,7

9, 12-15, 19, 116, 119, 123-124

02/27/2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGE

 

Revision 8: Removed “Operation in icing conditions with HP OFF.” Added reference to Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Operational Suitability Report (OSR). Added ATC Datalink and EASy II Training Credits table to Appendix 7. Removed RNP 0.30 (and 3.2.2 referencing RNP) from Training Elements. Included FAST program to section 5.4, Differences Training. Modified MDR Table to reflect correct TO/FROM columns and added column for FAST differences training (note: FAST had already evaluated but was only listed in the DA-2EASy FSB report). Made numerous formatting changes (including consolidating acronym list) and updated references (no change to content/substance so not reflected in affected pages).

 

Revision 7: Added information on EFVS Improvements modification.

 

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

SECTION                                                                                                                        PAGE

 

        RECORD OF REVISIONS..............................................................................................1

 

        CONTENTS ....................................................................................................................2

 

1.                PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY...............................................................................4

       

2.                PILOT "TYPE RATING" REQUIREMENT...................................................................7

       

3.                "MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (MDR)..................................................7

       

4.                ACCEPTABLE "OPERATOR DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (ODR)

TABLES.............................................................................................................................8

       

5.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING....................................................................9

       

6.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHECKING.................................................................15

       

7.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURRENCY................................................................16

       

8.                AIRCRAFT REGULATORY COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST........................................16

       

9.                FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING DEVICES AND SIMULATORS...............17

       

10.        APPLICATION OF FSB REPORT..................................................................................17

       

11.        ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE....................................................................17

       


 

CONTENTS

 

 

 

APPENDIX 1.   MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS (MDR) TABLE

 

APPENDIX 2.   ACCEPTABLE OPERATOR DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS (ODR) TABLES

 

APPENDIX 3.   TRAINING PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

 

APPENDIX 4.   AIRCRAFT COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

 

APPENDIX 5.   HEADS UP DISPLAY

 

APPENDIX 6.   ENHANCED FLIGHT VISION SYSTEM

 

APPENDIX 7.   EASy II

 

APPENDIX 8.   STEEP APPROACH PROCEDURES

 

APPENDIX 9.   NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

 

 

 

 

1.    PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY

 

Note: All regulatory references within this report are found in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulation (14 CFR) unless otherwise indicated.

 

1.1   This report specifies master training, checking, and currency requirements applicable to crews operating DA-EASy aircraft under the pertinent 14 CFR. Provisions of this report:

 

a)       Identify pilot "type rating" requirements assigned to the DA-EASy aircraft.

 

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,

 

d)     Provide examples of acceptable Operator Difference Requirements (ODR) tables,

 

e)       Describe acceptable training program and training device characteristics when necessary to establish compliance with applicable MDRs,

 

f)         Identify checking and currency standards to be applied by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or operators and,

 

g)       Provide a listing of regulatory compliance status (compliance checklist) for the pertinent 14 CFR, Advisory Circulars (AC), and other operationally related criteria that was reviewed and evaluated by the Aircraft Evaluation Group (AEG).

 

1.2  This report addresses DA-EASy series aircraft as specified in the FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS).

 

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 DA-EASy 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 related aircraft, may require amendment of the findings in this report.  The FSB reserves responsibility/authority to re-evaluate and modify sections of this report on new or revised AC material or the pertinent 14 CFR, aircraft operating experience, or the testing of new or modified aircraft under the provisions of AC 120-53, Guidance for Conducting and Use of Flight Standardization Board Evaluations.

 

1.5  Relationship between this FSB report and an Advanced Qualification Program (AQP). Differences between this FSB report and an operator’s proposed training, checking, and currency requirements under an 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 FSB has been completed.

 

1.6  Terminology. The term "must" is used in this FSB report and certain MDR footnotes even though it is recognized that this report (as well as AC 120-53 on which it’s based) provides one acceptable means, but not necessarily the only means of compliance with the pertinent 14 CFR requirements. This terminology acknowledges the need for operators to fully comply with this FSB report, the MDR and ODR provisions of AC 120-53 are to be used by the operator as the means of complying with the pertinent 14 CFRs. Operators who choose this method must comply with each applicable MDR provision, including any footnotes.

 

1.7  Unless otherwise specified, DA-EASy means the Falcon 900EX EASy, Falcon 900DX, and Falcon 900LX.

 

1.8  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 related 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 120-53, as amended) is required or is advisory in nature.

 

1.9  Relevant acronyms are defined as follows:

14 CFR           Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulation

AC                  Advisory Circular
ADM               Automatic Descent Mode

ADS                Automatic Dependent Surveillance

ADS-B            Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast

AEG                Aircraft Evaluation Group

AFCS              Automatic Flight Control System

AFM               Airplane Flight Manual

AFS-200         Air Transportation Division

AIT                 Aircraft Identification Tag

ANP                Actual Navigation Performance

AOA               Angle of Attack

APU                Auxiliary Power Unit

AQP                Advanced Qualification Program

ATC                Air Traffic Control

ATN                Aeronautical Telecommunication Network

ATP                 Airline Transport Pilot
CAS                Crew Alerting System

CBT                Computer Based Training

CCD                Cursor Control Device

CHDO             Certificate Holding District Office

CLC                Checklist Controller

CNS                Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance

CODDE          Crew Operational Documentation for Dassault EASy

CPDLC           Controller Pilot DataLink Communication

CPT                 Cockpit Procedures Trainer

CRM               Crew Resource Management

DH                  Decision Height

DTS                 Desktop Simulation

EFB                 Electronic Flight Bag
EFVS              Enhanced Flight Vision System

ELC                Electronic Checklist

FAA                Federal Aviation Administration

FAF                 Final Approach Fix

FANS              Future Air Navigation Systems

FAST              Falcon Aircraft Shortened Training

FBS                 Fixed Base Simulator

FD                   Flight Director

FFS                 Full Flight Simulator

FMS                Flight Management System
FPS                 Flight Path Symbol

FSB                 Flight Standardization Board
FTD                 Flight Training Device
GFS                 Graphical Flight Simulator

HGS                Head Up Guidance System

HUD               Head Up Display                   

IAW                In Accordance With

IMC                Instrument Meteorological Conditions

I-NAV            Interactive Navigation Display
IPT                  Instrument Procedures Trainer

IR                    Infra-Red

IRW                External Infra-Red Window

ISU                 Infra-Red Sensor Unit

JAA                 Joint Aviation Authorities

LOFT              Line Oriented Flight Training

LPV                Localizer Performance with Vertical Guidance

MEL                Minimum Equipment List

MDU               Multifunctional Display Units
MDR               Master Differences Requirements

MKB               Multifunction Keyboard
NADP             Noise Abatement Departure Procedure

NSP                 National Simulator Program

NTSB              National Transportation Safety Board

NWS               Nose Wheel Steering

ODR               Operator Differences Requirements

OE                   Operating Experience

OSR                Operational Suitability Report

PBE                 Protective Breathing Equipment

PDU                Primary Display Unit

PF                    Pilot Flying
PIC                  Pilot-in-Command

PM                  Pilot Monitoring

POI                 Principal Operations Inspector
P-RNAV         Precision Area Navigation

PTS                 Practical Test Standards

QRH               Quick Reference Handbook

RAAS             Runway Awareness Advisory System

RNAV             Area Navigation

RNP                Required Navigation Performance

RNP-AR         Required Navigation Performance – Authorization Required

RTO                Rejected Takeoff

RVR                Runway Visual Range

RVSM             Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum

SBAS              Satellite Based Augmentation System

SEA AEG       Seattle Aircraft Evaluation Group

SIC                  Second-in-Command

TCAS              Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System
TCDS              Type Certificate Data Sheet

VMC               Visual Meteorological Conditions

 

 

2.  PILOT "TYPE RATING" REQUIREMENTS

 

2.1  Type Rating. In accordance with the provisions of part 1, 61, 121 and AC 120-53, the specific pilot type rating assigned to the DA-EASy, along with all the variants of the DA-EASy aircraft, is designated "DA-EASy "

 

2.2  Second-In-Command (SIC) Type Rating. In accordance with the provisions of section 61.55, FAA Order 8900.1 and AC 120-53, a S IC pilot type rating is assigned to the DA-EASy aircraft and is designated "DA-EASy" with Limitation for “DA-EASy SIC Privileges Only”.

 

 

3.  "MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (MDRs)

 

3.1      Common Requirements for all DA-EASy airplanes.

 

3.1.1    Landing Minima Categories section 97.3. All operators should comply with section 97.3 and use an approach category appropriate to the speed of Vref. Certificate holders may be further restricted by their operations specifications for circling approaches. 

 

3.1.2    Normal Final Landing Flap Setting. The normal final landing flap setting per section 91.126(c) is considered to be "SF 3” for all DA-EASy aircraft.

 

3.1.3    No Flap Approach. Training and checking applicable to DA-EASy aircraft requires demonstration of “no flap” approaches.

 

3.1.4    Special/Unique Requirements. No other special or unique requirements common to all DA-EASy aircraft are identified beyond those provided by part 61, 91, and 121.

 

3.2        Master Difference Requirements.

 

3.2.1    Requirements for particular DA-EASy Related Aircraft Combinations. MDRs for related aircraft of the DA‑EASy aircraft are shown in Appendix 1. These provisions apply when level A, or greater differences between related aircraft exist which affect crew knowledge, skills, or abilities related to flight safety.

 

3.2.2    MDR Footnotes. Footnotes to MDR requirements define acceptable "required means" or "alternate means" of compliance. A footnote can indicate requirements that are more or less restrictive than the basic designation depending on the significance of the differences between related aircraft.

 

3.2.3    F900DX - Level A differences exist between the Falcon 900EX EASy and Falcon 900DX variants for the purposes of training, checking, and currency, regardless of which variant is used as the base aircraft.

 

3.2.4    F900LX - Level B differences exist between the Falcon 900EX EASy and Falcon 900LX variants for the purposes of training, checking, and currency, regardless of which variant is used as the base aircraft. There is no checking or recency of experience requirement associated to the F900LX variant.

 

The training areas of special emphasis applicable to the F900LX are the following:

 

- Effect of high speed Arthur failure with AP coupled

- Use of nose wheel steering (NWS) during cross-wind take-off (> 15 knots)

- In case of maximum fuel asymmetry, marked roll tendency during the flare

- Modification of flight preparation, with restriction on center of gravity (CG) computation.

 

3.2.5    Level D differences exist between the Falcon 900EX EASy and Falcon 900EX EASy II variants for the purposes of training. There is no checking or recency of experience requirement associated to the EASy II variant. Appendix 7 of this report addresses EASy II.

Note: EASy avionics prior to EASy II is called EASy I for the purpose of this Report.

 

 

4.  ACCEPTABLE ODR TABLES

 

4.1      ODR Tables. ODR tables are used to show an operator's compliance method. ODR tables for operators conducting mixed fleet operations, using the particular combination of DA-EASy variants evaluated may be listed in Appendix 2.  The ODR tables represent an acceptable means to comply with MDR provisions based on those differences and compliance methods shown.  The tables do not necessarily represent the only acceptable means of compliance for operators with airplanes having other differences or where compliance methods (e.g. devices, simulators, etc.) are different. For operators flying variants which are the same as the aircraft used for the ODR table development and using the same compliance methods, the ODR tables provided in Appendix 2 have been found acceptable and may be approved by a Principal Operations Inspector (POI).

 

4.2      Operator Preparation of ODR Tables. Operators flying a mixed fleet of DA-EASy and other related aircraft must have approved ODR tables pertinent to their fleet.

 

4.3      ODR Table Coordination. Unless identical or equivalent ODR tables have been previously approved by the FAA, new ODR tables proposed by operators should be coordinated with the FSB prior to FAA approval and implementation. FSB coordination ensures consistent treatment of related DA-EASy aircraft between various operators and compatibility of each ODR table with MDR provisions.

 

4.4      ODR Table Distribution. Original FAA approved ODR tables are to be retained by the operator. Copies of FAA approved ODR tables are to be retained by the Certificate Holding District Office (CHDO) and should be provided to the DA-EASy FSB Chair at the Seattle AEG (SEA AEG).

 

 

5.  FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING

 

5.1 General

 

5.1.1    Assumptions Regarding Airmen’s Previous Experience. The provisions of this section apply to programs for airmen who have experience in pertinent part 121 and 135 air carrier operations and multi-engine transport turbojet aircraft including glass cockpit and Flight Management System (FMS) experience. For airmen not having this experience, additional requirements may be appropriate as determined by the POI, FSB, and/or the Air Transportation Division (AFS-200).

 

5.1.2    Training for Seat Dependent Tasks. Accomplishment of certain tasks, procedures, or maneuvers requires training of a crewmember for a particular crew position (e.g. captain, first officer, international relief 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 should be in accordance with ODR tables when applicable.

 

5.1.3    Second-In-Command Training Tasks. Flight Crews qualified to serve as SIC must accomplish certain tasks, procedures or maneuvers for the SIC crew position.  Training programs should address all training elements of part 61, 135, and 121 in accordance with FAA Order 8900.1. SIC pilot type rating may be issued in accordance with part 61 provided training required by the pertinent 14 CFRs and FAA Order 8900.1, including tasks stipulated by this report, are completed.

 

5.1.4    Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS). 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 communications, navigation, and surveillance (CNS) functions covered by FANS, required navigation performance (RNP), and actual navigation performance (ANP). In addition, sufficient training in use of data link communication and Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) to ensure adequate knowledge, skill, and proficiency for flight crews to operate the above system(s) in typical daily operations (requiring their use) should be provided. Appendix 7 provides details for FANS 1/A and Aeronautical Telecommunication Network (ATN) B1.

 

5.1.5    DA-EASy Full Course programs.  Principal Inspectors for operators initially introducing a DA-EASy type may approve programs consistent with programs previously approved.  For information regarding previously approved programs, FAA Principal Inspectors for other existing DA-EASy operators may be consulted. In the event of uncertainty regarding evaluation of a proposed program, the FSB should be consulted.

 

5.2      Pilots:  Initial, Transition and Upgrade Ground and Flight Training.

 

5.2.1    Terminology.  The term "must" is used in this FSB report even though it is recognized that this report and AC 120-53 provide only one acceptable means, but not necessarily the only means, of compliance with part 135/121 requirements.  This terminology acknowledges the need for operators to fully comply with FSB report provisions, if this method is to be applied as that operator's means of compliance with part 135 and/or 121. Operators who chose this method must comply with each applicable provision.  Partial or selective application of the process or its provisions, does not constitute an acceptable means of compliance with part 135 or 121 under AC 120-53.

 

5.2.2    Minimum Acceptable Training Requirements For Integrated DA-EASy Program.  An acceptable ground and flight training curriculum for a DA-EASy program is specified in 5.2.3 and 5.2.4.  For DA-EASy programs already approved, reductions through provisions of part 135 or 121 should not be made without coordination with the FSB.  Less comprehensive programs will only be approved if equivalence can clearly be established or other special factors apply.  Examples of special factors that may be considered by the FSB include such factors as allowing credit for previous applicable experience (i.e. operators implementing fleets who have crews previously qualified) or increases in the quality or effectiveness of the training process (i.e. new types of training devices).

 

5.2.3    Ground Training (Academics) for the DA-EASy.

 

5.2.3.1  Ground training in the following subjects for the DA-EASy is required:

 

a) Aircraft General Description (Interior/Exterior)

b) Powerplants

c) Aircraft Systems (e.g. Hydraulics, Electrical, etc.)

d) Displays and Controls

e) Flight Path Symbol (FPS)

f) FMS/Multifunction Keyboard (MKB)

g) Limitations

h) Performance

i) Head Up Guidance Display (HUD) (if installed)

j) Warnings and Cautions

k) Normal/Abnormal Procedures

l) Electronic Checklist (ECL)

 

5.2.4    Flight Training for the DA-EASy.

 

5.2.4.1  Flight Training should focus on the following events or maneuvers:

 

a) Exterior Differences

b) Cockpit/Cabin Familiarization

c) Systems Tests and Checks

d) Flight Control Malfunctions

e) Displays and Controls

f) FMS/MKB use

g) Power Management Procedures

h) No Flap Landing Procedures

i) Normal Procedures

j) HUD (if installed)

 

5.2.4.2  Minimum Acceptable Flight Training.  The underlying objective in both flight and ground training is to train to proficiency.

 

5.2.5    Takeoff Safety.

 

5.2.5.1  Particular emphasis on certain takeoff safety related topics is appropriate during training.  This includes emphasis on the following:

 

a) Meaning and proper use of V1

b) Importance of prompt and correct execution of a rejected takeoff (RTO), when necessary, with emphasis on recognition of center engine failure.

c) Need to minimize exposure to high speed RTOs for minor difficulties unrelated to the ability of the aircraft to continue a safe takeoff

d) Proper lineup and use of available runway

e) Correct accountability for clutter and/or reduced braking friction

f) Engine out performance requirements (section § 135.381) or equivalent if operating under part 91

g) Proper use of FPS. The FPS provides airplane trajectory indication; it is now a primary flight parameter. The basic Flight Director (FD) mode is now a PATH mode, instead of pitch as on previous airplanes.

 

5.2.6    Specialized Training.

 

5.2.6.1  Training organizations and operators should insure that all crewmembers are familiar with the provisions of AC 00-54, Pilot Windshear Guide. This windshear training aid communicates key windshear information relevant to flightcrews. Section § 135.345 requires procedures for recognizing, avoiding and escaping from severe weather situations, to include low-altitude windshear.

 

5.2.6.2  For operators choosing to install or required by regulation to install Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) equipment, they should be familiar with the regulations of AC 120-55, Air Carrier Operational Approval and Use of TCAS II, and sections 91.221, 135.180 and 121.356.

 

5.2.6.3  The DA-EASy cockpit features new displays and a new cockpit management.  The EASy philosophy is a graphical interface through modular avionics architecture.  Situational awareness, airplane automation awareness and airplane system awareness may initially require increased attention by crewmembers if unfamiliar with new cockpit format.  If an airplane is used for the training process, it must be emphasized that as much training as possible should be accomplished in a static ground, "powered-up" aircraft to minimize exposure to a "heads down" environment while the aircraft is in flight.

 

5.2.6.4  Electronic checklists.  Use of normal and non-normal checklists should be addressed.  Use of Check List Controller (CLC) and MKB with electronic checklist should to be stressed.

 

5.2.6.5  Long range/overwater flights. Due to criticality of fuel computations, crews should be familiar with all aspects of fuel management to include normal and abnormal procedures and the manner in which fuel computations are made.

 

5.2.7    Hazardous weather and winter operations.  Proper precautions and procedures regarding hazardous weather/winter operations, which may be unique to DA-EASy aircraft should be addressed.  For example, topics such as proper use of wing/tail de-ice, antiskid braking characteristics when stopping on slippery runways, use of procedures described in the windshear training aid, hazards associated with rejecting takeoffs near V1 on slippery runways, and other such topics, are appropriate for emphasis in training programs. 

 

5.2.8                 Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM).  Operations training programs and operating practices and procedures.  Practices and procedures in the following areas should be standardized using guidelines published in the AC 91-85, Authorization of Aircraft and Operators for Flight in Reduced Vertical Separation. Flight planning, preflight procedures in the aircraft for each flight, procedures prior to RVSM airspace entry, in-flight procedures, and flightcrew training procedures are found in Appendix 4 of AC 91-85. Appendix 4, paragraph 7 contains special emphasis items for flightcrew training. Also pilots, and where applicable, dispatchers should be knowledgeable on contingency and other procedures unique to specific areas of operation. (See the appendices for guidance on such procedures. Appendix 5, for example, contains guidance on oceanic contingency procedures).

 

Part 135/121 Operators.  Such operators should submit training syllabi and other appropriate material to the FAA to show that the operating practices and procedures and training items related to RVSM operations are incorporated in initial and, where warranted, recurrent training programs  (dispatcher should be included, where appropriate).

 

Part 91 Operators. These operators should demonstrate to the FAA that pilot knowledge of RVSM operating practices and procedures will be adequate to warrant granting of approval to conduct RVSM operations.  The operator must show the FAA that its pilots will have adequate knowledge of the RVSM operating practices and procedures contained in Appendices 4 and 5 AC 91-85.

 

5.2.9    Selected event training.  Selected event training is voluntary flight training in hazardous in-flight situations, which are not specifically identified in FAA regulations or directives.  Although there are many examples of selective event training, the training and recovery from unusual attitudes has received special attention from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the FAA and industry.  In addressing these concerns, a consensus has been reached that the most valuable training would not necessarily be limited to unusual attitude recovery, but would also address recognition and containment that might lead to unusual attitudes.

 

The goal of upset recovery training is to increase the pilot’s ability to recognize and avoid situations that can lead to airplane upsets and improve the pilot’s ability to recover control of an airplane that has exceeded the normal flight regime. This can be accomplished by increasing awareness of potential upset situations and knowledge of flight dynamics and by application of this knowledge during simulator training sessions.

 

Although not required, it is highly recommended that each operator or flight training center develop an effective academic and practical upset simulator-training program. For those organizations that do not have or are in the process of creating a complete training program, the Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid, developed by industry and published by The Boeing Company, or FAA Order 8900.1 will readily provide the foundation for a through and efficient program.

 

5.2.10   Some DA-EASy tasks, procedures, or maneuvers are considered to have seat dependent elements, and may need to be considered and addressed under part 135 or 121 training programs:

 

a) Use of nosewheel steering during taxi

b) Rejected takeoffs

c) Cat II/III operations including HUD (if installed)

d) Crosswind takeoffs and landings

e) Engine inoperative takeoffs and landings

f) Emergency communications

g) Loss of all generators

h) Emergency descent

i) Operation on emergency power

 

5.3      Initial, Upgrade, or Transition Training.

 

5.3.1    Pilots: Initial, Transition and Upgrade Ground Training, sections 135.345 and/or 121.419.  Initial, transition or upgrade ground training for the DA-EASy is accomplished in accordance with part 135 subparts E, G, and H or part 121 subparts N and O. Training program hours may be reduced as specified in Order 8900.1, but not in a manner or in areas that invalidate compliance with provisions of the MDR.

 

5.3.2    Pilots: Initial, Transition and Upgrade Flight Training, sections 135.347 and/or 121.424. Initial, transition or upgrade flight training for DA-EASy is accomplished in accordance with part 135 subparts E, G, and H or part 121 subpart N and O. Training program hours may be reduced as specified in Order 8900.1, but not in a manner or in areas that invalidate compliance with provisions of the MDR.

 

5.3.3    Crewmember Emergency Training.  Crewmember emergency training in the DA-EASy should be conducted in accordance with (IAW) sections 135.331 and/or 121.417, and the provisions of Order 8900.1, volume 3, chapter 19, section 4.

 

5.4      Differences Training.

 

5.4.1              General. Unless an initial or transition program is completed for each related aircraft, differences training is necessary for each related aircraft or type, as provided in MDR and ODR tables. Detailed generic sample Dassault ODR tables may be obtained through the Seattle AEG. Copies are available on request. These ODR tables are provided as generic, and therefore may not include items that are applicable to particular operators.

 

a)          A Differences Training Program prerequisite is that a trainee has completed initial, upgrade, or transition training in one related aircraft and will receive differences training for the other related aircraft.

 

b)          When a Differences Training Program involves related aircraft having the same Pilot Type Rating, coverage of differences may be completed either coincident with each phase of an initial, upgrade, or transition training course, or following completion of that training course. The differences training must be consistent with the provisions of the approved applicable MDR/ODR Tables.

 

c)          When a Differences Training Program involves related aircraft having different Pilot Type Ratings, coverage of a differences course must be completed in accordance with the prerequisites defined in 5.1.1, and applicable MDR/ODR provisions.

 

5.4.2              Falcon Aircraft Shortened Training (FAST)

 

5.4.2.1  General. Unless an initial or standard transition program is completed for each related aircraft, differences necessary for each related aircraft or type are provided in MDR and ODR tables. Detailed Dassault generic ODR tables are on file with the Seattle AEG.  Copies are available on request. These ODR tables are provided as Dassault generic, and therefore may not include items that are applicable to particular operators.

 

a)   The difference programs require a trainee to complete initial, upgrade or transition training in a base aircraft and will receive differences training for the related type.

b)   For training in same type, coverage of differences may be completed either coincident with each phase of initial, upgrade or transition training or following completion of that training, consistent with approved MDR/ODR provisions.

c)   When not related to the same type, coverage of differences for a FAST course must be completed in accordance with the prerequisites defined in 5.4.2.2, and applicable MDR/ODR provisions.

 

5.4.2.2  Falcon Aircraft Shortened Training (FAST) program participants must meet the following requirements:

 

a)          A minimum of 150 hours PIC and/or SIC time in the base aircraft

b)          A proficiency check in the base aircraft within the previous 12 months

c)          Pass a knowledge test approved for the training provider establishing adequate knowledge on the base aircraft prior to beginning the FAST course

 

5.4.2.3  Training programs with Differences between aircraft (more than one related or type):  For FAST transition programs between DA-EASy and DA-2EASy aircraft, or when more than one series of the DA-EASy is flown, differences programs meeting criteria specified by MDR tables must be described in ODR tables and approved by the FAA.

 

5.4.3              Differences Ground Training. Differences ground training is required on the topics applicable to the pertinent related aircraft and is shown by applicable ODR tables.

 

5.4.4              Differences Flight Training. Difference flight training is required in the topics and maneuvers applicable to the pertinent related aircraft that is shown by applicable ODR tables. For an Advanced Qualification Program (part 121 subpart Y), "flight qualification events" must be consistent with items specified by the applicable ODR tables.

 

5.4.5              Fleets with Different Engine Types. DA-EASy has only one engine type.

 

5.5      Recurrent Training.

 

5.5.1    Recurrent Flight Training.  Recurrent flight training requires appropriate maneuvers and procedures identified in part 135, subpart H or part 121, appendix F.  As permitted by section 135.351(c) and 121.433(c), satisfactory completion of a proficiency check IAW sections 135.293 or 121.441 may be substituted for training.

 

5.6      Other Training.

 

5.6.1    Flight Attendants.  Initial and transition ground training, sections 135.349 and 121.421. Due to the configuration of the cabin several unique training problems will need to be addressed.

 

a) Normal operations

b) Control and stowage of passenger's personal items

c) Familiarity with emergency exits

d) Use of emergency equipment (e.g. fire extinguishers, first aid kit, oxygen bottle, crew protective breathing equipment (PBE) and oxygen masks)


5.6.2    Electronic Flight Bag (EFB): refer to the Operational Suitability Report (OSR) applicable to the EASy cockpit.

 

 

6.  FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHECKING

 

6.1      General.

 

6.1.1    Part 61/135 Checking Items.  Testing, Checking and Evaluations specified by part 61, 135, and 121 subpart Y, as well as FAA Practical Test Standards (PTS).

 

6.1.2    Areas of emphasis.  The following areas of emphasis should be addressed during checks as necessary:

 

a) Proficiency with manual and automatic flight in normal and non-normal situations must be demonstrated. For crews not experienced with Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS), emphasis is related to proper mode selection and use, crew coordination when performing mode or data changes, and interpretation of annunciations. For crews familiar with AFCS but not having recent experience with newer generation flight instruments; navigation, manual capture of altitudes, raw data approaches, racking of VOR radials/NDB bearings using an RMI and other such systems or procedures may require additional practice or review in one or more of the above areas.

 

b) Controls and displays; proper setup, selection, and use of those displays should be demonstrated, particularly during instrument approaches.

 

c) Communication Radio Management; clear understanding and use of the communication radio display should be demonstrated.  This will be particularly important when flight training device (FTD) and simulator training sessions may not fully incorporate simulated Air Traffic Control (ATC).

 

d) No Flap Approaches.  Checking regarding No Flap Approaches for DA-EASy aircraft is conducted in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 3.1.3.  No Flap and Hydraulic System Abnormal approaches may be combined and should be addressed during training.

 

e) Proper outside visual scan without prolonged fixation on cockpit displays or controls should be consistently demonstrated.

 

f) Proper speed management and control application during rotation and flare.

 

g) When noise abatement procedures other than as specified in AC 91-53, Noise Abatement Departure Profile, are used, proper performance of the alternate procedures should be addressed.

 

6.2      Proficiency checks are administered as designated in sections 61.58, 135.297 and 21.441 for the DA-EASy.  An authorized check airman or operationally qualified FAA Safety Inspector must administer these checks.  Satisfactory completion of a proficiency check may be substituted for recurrent flight training IAW sections 135.351(c) or 121.433 (c).

 

 

7.  FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURRENCY

 

7.1  Currency (Recency of Experience) - Sections 135.247 and 121.439.

 

7.1.1  Use of the term "Segment" as applied to currency.  For the purposes of this FSB report, a segment consists of the following flight phases or maneuvers: Preflight, Start, Takeoff, Climb, Cruise, Descent, Approach, Landing and Shutdown.  Credit for a segment requires that a crewmember serve in an appropriate cockpit crew position during the necessary flight phases or maneuvers, but does not require the crewmember to physically control the aircraft or autopilot during those maneuvers.  For example, both pilots may take credit for a segment even though only one actually controls the aircraft during the takeoff and landing.  Pilots may not take credit for a segment by observation from a jumpseat.

 

 

8.  AIRCRAFT REGULATORY COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

 

8.1  Compliance Checklist (see Appendix 4).

 

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.

 

8.2  Discussion of Specific Compliance Checklist Items

 

8.2.1    DA-EASy Observer Seat.  The observer seat on the DA-EASy aircraft, as evaluated, satisfies the requirements of part 135.

 

 

9.  FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR DEVICES AND SIMULATORS

 

9.1  Flight Training Device and Simulator Characteristics.  FTD and simulator characteristics pertinent to the DA-EASy are as specified by pertinent part 135 regulations, part 121 appendix H, AC 120-40, Airplane Simulator Qualification, and AC 120-53, except as described below.

 

9.2  Use of Flight Training Devices for Specific Check/Evaluation Items.  Certain airline transport pilot (ATP), type rating, or proficiency check/evaluation items may be completed in FAA qualified FTDs. This is appropriate for items such as FMS initialization (e.g., part 61, appendix A) or engine start non-normals (e.g., part 61, appendix A). Under part 135 and 121, checking credit in such instances must be approved by the POI. Under part 91, equivalent standards should be used.

 

9.3  Aircraft Simulator And Flight Training Device Compatibility (reference section 121.407).  When variants are flown in mixed fleets, the combination of simulators and flight training devices used to satisfy MDR or ODR provisions must match specific variants flown by that operator. The acceptability of differences between devices, simulators, and aircraft operated must be addressed by the POI.

 

9.4  Flight Training Device Approval.  Requests for device approval should be made to the POI. If device characteristics clearly meet established FAA criteria and are qualified, the POI may approve those devices for that carrier. Where devices do not clearly satisfy a given level, POIs should request advice from the FSB Chair (AEG), National Simulator Program (NSP) manager, or AFS-200.

 

 

10.  APPLICATION OF FSB REPORT

 

10.1     Relevant parts of this report (e.g. type rating designation, checking maneuvers, etc.) are effective when the report is approved by the FAA.

 

 

11.  ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE

 

11.1     Part 135 subparts G and H require differences training for mixed fleet operations involving variants of the same aircraft type. FSB reports specify the levels of that training, checking, and currency between these variants. Deviations from FSB provisions for differences training, checking, and currency must be approved by AFS-200. Operators seeking deviations from FSB provisions must show that the proposed differences training, checking, and currency complies with all applicable FAA regulations and provides an equivalent level of safety to the specifications of this FSB report. Analysis, demonstrations, proof of concept testing, differences documentation or other evidence may be required. 

 

11.2     Equivalent Safety.  In the event deviation from FSB specifications for differences training, checking, or currency is sought, training program length, simulator approvals and device approvals may be significantly limited and reporting requirements may be increased to ensure equivalent safety.  FAA will generally not consider relief from FSB provisions unless sufficient lead time has been planned by an operator to allow for any necessary testing and evaluation.

 

 

11.3     Interim Programs.  In the event of clearly unforeseen circumstances in which it is not possible for an operator to comply with MDR provisions, the operator may seek an interim program approval rather than a permanent alternate compliance method.  Financial arrangements, scheduling adjustments and other such reasons are not considered "unforeseen circumstances" for the purposes of this provision.


 

APPENDIX 1

 

 

MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS

  •                FROM

     

       TO                  

    Falcon 900EX     EASy I

    Falcon 900DX     EASy I

    Falcon 900LX    EASy I

    Falcon 900EX   EASyII

    Falcon 900DX     EASy II

    Falcon 900LX     EASy II

    Falcon 2000EX EASy I

    Falcon 900EX      EASy I

    N/A

    A/A/A

    B/A/A

    C/A/B

    C/A/B

    C/A/B

    E/E/E

    Falcon 900DX     EASy I

    A/A/A

    N/A

    B/A/A

    C/A/B

    C/A/B

    C/A/B

    E/E/E

    Falcon 900LX    EASy I

    B/A/A

    B/A/A

    N/A

    C/A/B

    C/A/B

    C/A/B

    E/E/E

    Falcon 900EX  EASy II

    D/A/B

    D/A/B

    D/A/B

    N/A

    A/A/A

    B/A/A

    N/A

    Falcon 900DX     EASy II

    D/A/B

    D/A/B

    D/A/B

    A/A/A

    N/A

    B/A/A

    N/A

    Falcon 900LX    EASy II

    D/A/B

    D/A/B

    D/A/B

    B/A/A

    B/A/A

    N/A

    N/A

     

     

     

     

    APPENDIX 2

     

    SAMPLE ODR TABLES

     

    (Reserved)

     

     

     

     

     

    APPENDIX 3

    TRAINING PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

     

     

    GENERAL TRAINING PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

    This paragraph highlights the general training performance objectives related to the F900EX EASy Initial Type Rating Training Course, which come in addition to the relevant training performance objectives developed in the Falcon Training Policy Manual DSC 02/02-770-TOD.

    Upon completion of a F900EX EASy Initial Type Rating Training Course, a pilot shall be able to:

    ●  Demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of all aircraft systems and limitations, including avionics and engines,

    ●  Demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of the philosophy used in the design of the EASy cockpit,

    ●  Execute any maneuver safely, smoothly and accurately,

    ●  Strictly apply normal, abnormal and emergency procedures, at the appropriate time, in coordinated manner and upon relevant triggering event,

    ●  Use appropriate manufacturer or company documentation when necessary,

    ●  Keep at any moment situational awareness, in order that the success of a procedure or a maneuver is doubtless,

    ●  Show pertinent judgment in flight management,

    ●  Understand and apply CRM procedures,

    ●  Positively communicate with other crew members,

    ●  Demonstrate a good knowledge and understanding of aircraft performances through the use of relevant materials (documentation, electronic tools such as PETAL, PILOT, etc),

    ●  Use the operational documentation (CODDE 2, QRH 1, QRH 2).

    2. GROUND INSTRUCTION SEGMENT

    2.1 Introduction

    This part provides the Dassault Aviation specifications of the ground instruction segment, including the laboratories sessions.

    The ground instruction segment comprises daily ground courses organized in two parts:

    ●  the first part, ground session, provides interactive theoretical knowledge,

    ●  the second part, laboratories session, provides interactive hands-on experience on the items instructed during the related first part. The second part shall be based on laboratories.

    The two parts shall be performed on the same day.

    2.2 Prerequisites

    Refer to applicable regulations.

    2.3 Ground session profile and characteristics

    The ground sessions shall provide the student with the knowledge consistent with the defined training performance objectives and completions standards with respect to the following:

    ●  Manufacturer Falcon documentation, including CODDE 2, QRH 1, QRH 2,

    ●  Training documentation,

    ●  Cockpit design,

    ●  Systems location,

    ●  Systems operation in normal, abnormal and emergency situations, including associated procedures and crew resource management (CRM) principles,

    ●  Systems limitations in normal, abnormal and emergency situations, including the aircraft itself,

    ●  Man machine interface,

    ●  Operational methodology,

    ●  Performance,

    ●  Loading,

    ●  Weight and Balance.

    The minimum required items are:

    ●  Air conditioning and pressurization,

    ●  Aircraft Systems Synoptic,

    ●  Anemometry,

    ●  Auxiliary power unit (APU),

    ●  Avionics, including avionics architecture, display and panel management,

    ●  Bleed air system,

    ●  Brakes,

    ●  Communication,

    ●  Crew Alerting System (CAS),

    ●  Dimensions,

    ●  Doors and openings,

    ●  Electrical power system,

    ●  Electronic Checklist (ECL),

    ●  Emergency equipment,

    ●  Fire and overheating protection,

    ●  Flight Planning, Flight Management and Navigation including Precision Area Navigation (P-RNAV),

    ●  Fuel system,

    ●  Hydraulic power system,

    ●  Integrated maintenance,

    ●  Ice and rain protection,

    ●  Interior and exterior lights,

    ●  Landing gear,

    ●  Lighting,

    ●  Markings and placards,

    ●  Nose wheel steering (NWS),

    ●  Oxygen system,

    ●  Power plant,

    ●  Warnings and indicating,

    ●  Water waste.

    Laboratories session profile and characteristics

    The lab sessions shall provide interactive hands–on experience on the items instructed during the related ground sessions.

    Each main system learnt during ground session shall be reviewed and used through the cockpit interface. This shall be done after each corresponding ground session module.

    Lab sessions shall train the student to be familiar with the tasks sharing, recommended by the Dassault operational documentation, in order to ease the transition to simulator sessions.

    Lab sessions can be based on local flight (only to give realism to the associated situation learnt).

    For instance, at the end of the fuel system ground session, the same day (or the day after, regarding the schedule of the day flow and the trainees working time), a lab session shall be performed to review and practice the fuel system including normal phases and all the warnings and the associated procedures.

    A typical lab session shall be organized as follows:

    ●  Limitations associated,

    ●  Normal use of the system / device and tasks sharing recommended,

    ●  Warnings and / or CAS messages associated to the system / device.

    Various pedagogical means can be used to be in compliance with these specifications to obtain an increase of hands-on experience:

    ●  Fixed Base Simulator (FBS),

    ●  Cockpit Procedures Trainer (CPT),

    ●  Interactive computer,

    ●  Other means adapted to interactive learning.

    The following main chapters hereafter shall be taught during lab sessions in addition to ground sessions:

    ●  Avionics interface:

    ■     Architecture,

    ■     Normal, abnormal, emergency configurations and associated procedures,

    ●  Electrical system: normal, abnormal, emergency configurations and associated procedures,

    ●  Fuel system: normal, abnormal, emergency configurations and associated procedures,

    ●  Hydraulic system and associated devices: normal, abnormal, emergency configurations and associated procedures,

    ●  Bleed air, air conditioning, pressurization and anti ice systems: normal, abnormal, emergency configurations and associated procedures,

    ●  Engines and APU: normal, abnormal, emergency configurations and associated procedures,

    ●  Fire detection and extinction system: normal, abnormal, emergency configurations and associated procedures

    ●  Flight Planning, flight management and navigation:

    ■     Normal procedures,

    ■     Diversion and runway changes,

    ■     Use with one system inoperative,

    ■     Associated tasks sharing.

    2.4 Duration

    The daily ground and lab session duration should not exceed 6 hours.

    The overall ground instruction segment shall not be less than 49 hours for the ground sessions and 15 hours for the lab sessions.

    2.5 Training Progress

    The output level of each trainee shall be evaluated through a test, checking the successful completion of the training performance objectives for each ground session.

    At the end of the ground instruction segment, the output level of each trainee shall be evaluated through a test, checking the successful completion of the training performance objectives in compliance with the applicable regulations.

    The training performance objectives shall include, at the minimum:

    ●  knowledge of normal procedures,

    ●  knowledge of the associated tasks sharing,

    ●  knowledge of ways to gain access to the relevant information,

    ●  knowledge of performance computations.

    3. SIMULATOR INSTRUCTION SEGMENT

    3.1 Introduction

    This part provides the Dassault Aviation specifications of the FBS and Full Flight Simulator (FFS) sessions.

    3.2 Prerequisites

    Ground instruction segment shall be completed and the subsequent test successfully passed before starting the simulator instruction segment, in addition to any specific regulatory requirements.

    3.3 FBS / FFS session profile and characteristics

    FBS sessions shall be based on local flights only, as defined here below.

    FFS sessions shall be based on:

    ●  Local flights for the two first FFS sessions,

    ●  Line Oriented Flight Training and local flights for the following FFS sessions.

    3.3.1 Briefing / Debriefing

    Each FBS / FFS session shall include:

    ●  A briefing time, before the FBS / FFS session, to explain the purpose of the session, to describe the various exercises and the expected training performance objective, and to highlight specific items

    ●  A debriefing, after the FBS / FFS session, to analyze the results of the various exercises, and put in place the corrective actions in order to meet the training performance objectives.

    3.3.2 Local Flight

    3.3.2.1 Profile

    Local flights address specific phases of flight, maneuvers, with or without abnormal and emergency procedures.

    3.3.1 Briefing / Debriefing

    It shall be possible to:

    ●  Reset the failure,

    ●  Freeze the flight,

    ●  Position on ground or in flight for rehearsal of specific exercise.

    3.3.3 Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT)

    3.3.3.1 Profile

    LOFT shall be based on cross-country flights in realistic conditions followed by local flights.

    3.3.3.2 Characteristics

    Loft shall be performed under realistic operational conditions.

    In flight chained failures shall be realistic.

    Failure reset shall be restricted to the two first LOFT sessions.

    Departure and arrival environmental conditions shall be provided.

    Routing shall be provided.

    Payload shall be provided.

    3.4 Duration

    The recommended duration for a typical FBS / FFS session is 4 hours (2 hours PF, 2 hours PNF).

    The recommended duration for a typical briefing is 60 minutes.

    The recommended duration for a typical debriefing is 30 minutes.

    3.5 Training Progress

    At the time of FFS number 4, the trainee shall be able to:

    ●  Execute the flow without documentation support,

    ●  Master the ECL and QRH 2 management,

    ●  Master shortcut management for short term actions,

    ●  Master CCD management for long term actions.

     

     

     

     

    APPENDIX 4

    DA-EASy COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

     

     

     

     

    Part 91

     

    General Operating and Flight Rules

     

    COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

     

    DA-EASy

     

     

  •  

    GENERAL

    This report presents the compliance of the basic type certification configuration of DASSAULT AVIATION FALCON 900EX EASy (DA-EASy) transport category aircraft with applicable provisions of part 91General Operating and Flight Rules.

     

    Note: This report is not related to any specific aircraft serial number. Whenever a requirement is applicable for a specific serial number/model/operator, a remark describing the specific compliance for that shall be included.

     

    SCOPE

    The scope of this report is to present:

    ·                A compliance statement on each requirement of part 91General Operating and Flight Rules ; and

    ·                Relevant remarks that support the compliance.

     

    This report represents a specific amendment to the part 91, affecting the operation of the DA-EASy transport category aircraft.The amendment status (revision and effective date) of the respective regulation is included on the first page of each annex when this report is issued.

    SUMMARY

     

    This section presents a summary of all requirements that may require Dassault Aviation support to the operator and that are not provided as standard equipment or feature. The compliance with the requirements depends on the kind of operation that is intended to be performed and is under operator’s responsibility.

     

     

     

     

    Subpart A – General

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.9(c)

     

    Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements: Part 45.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    All registration and markings are in accordance with the interior accommodation of the individual aircraft serial number.

     

     

     

    Subpart B – Flight Rules

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.107

     

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

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The passenger seats available in airplane are provided with approved safety belts. The child restraint system can be provided by Dassault Aviation as part of the interior accommodation of the individual aircraft serial number.

     

     

    Subpart C – Equipment, Instrument, and Certificate Requirements

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.205(b)(12)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Flotation gear and pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane can be equipped with life-jackets for each passenger and crew member in easily location, including pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

    91.205(c)(1)

     

    Visual flight rules (night): Instruments and equipment specified in paragraph (b).

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with all applicable instruments and equipment specified in paragraph (b) of this section, except for (b)(12) which can be installed under operator's request.

     

     

    91.205(d)(1)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Instruments and equipment specified in paragraphs (b) and (c).

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with all applicable instruments and equipment specified in paragraph (b) and (c) of this section, except for (b)(12) which can be installed under operator's request.

     

     

     

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

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.503(a)(1)

     

    Accessible flying equipment and aeronautical charts and data: Flashlight.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane can be equipped with two rechargeable flashlights in the cockpit.

     

    91.509(a)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Life preserver or an approved flotation means.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane can be equipped with easily accessible life jackets for each passenger and crew member.

     

    91.509(b)(1)

     

    Survival equipment: Life preserver.

     

    Optionally Compliant

    The airplane can be equipped with life vests with approved survivor locator light for each passenger and crewmember.

     

    91.509(b)(2)

     

    Survival equipment: Liferafts.

     

    Optionally Compliant

    The airplane can be equipped with TSO approved liferaft.

     

    91.509(b)(3)

     

    Survival equipment: Pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The optional TSO approved liferaft include pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

    91.509(b)(4)

     

    Survival equipment: Portable emergency radio signaling device.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The optional TSO approved liferaft include  § 121.5MHz and 406MHz capable ELT.

     

    91.509(e)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Survival kit.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane may optionally comply with the requirement, under operator's request.

     

    91.513(c)

     

    Emergency equipment: Hand fire extinguishers.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    Hand fire extinguisher number and location is detailed on floor plan of individual aircraft serial number.

     

    91.513(d)

     

    Emergency equipment: First Aid kits.

     

    Optionally Compliant

    The airplane can be equipped with first aid kit.

     

    91.521(b)

     

    Shoulder harness: Flight attendant seat.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane may optionally be equipped with forward observer seat, under operator's request. It is equipped with a combined safety belt and shoulder harness that meets the applicable requirements specified in §25.785.

     

     

    DEFINITIONS

     

    Compliant

    -            The compliance with referred item is OPERATOR’s responsibility and Dassault Aviation provides necessary equipment/feature/manual/information in order to support the OPERATOR to comply with referred statement.

     

    Not Compliant

    -            The compliance with referred item is OPERATOR’s responsibility and Dassault Aviation does not provide necessary equipment/feature/manual/information to support the OPERATOR to perform the referred operation.

     

    Optionally Compliant

    -            The compliance with referred item is OPERATOR’s responsibility and Dassault Aviation provides necessary equipment/feature/manual/information as optional item(s) under OPERATOR’s request to support the OPERATOR to perform the referred operation.

     

    Not Applicable

    -            The item is not applicable to this Dassault Aviation aircraft model.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

    -            The compliance with referred item is exclusively OPERATOR’s responsibility and there are no Dassault Aviation actions.

     

    Definition

    -            The item is a definition statement, no actions are required.

     


     

    Title Only

    -            The item is subdivided and individual sub items analyses are presented subsequently.

     

    ANNEX 1 – REQUIREMENTS COMPLIANCE

     

    • Authority: FAA - Federal Aviation Administration (United States)
    • Regulation: 14 CFR - Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14 - Aeronautics and Space
    • Regulation Part: Part 91: General Operating and Flight Rules
    • Applicability: DA-EASy

     

     

    Amendment 91-322, effective June 02nd, 2011.

     

     

    Subpart A – General

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.1

     

    Applicability.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.3

     

    Responsibility and authority of the pilot in command.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.5

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.7

     

    Civil aircraft airworthiness.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.9

     

    Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.9(a)

     

    Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements: Limitations, markings and placards.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.9(b)

     

    Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements: Manual availability.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided in the airplane delivery and revision updates are provided when necessary by means of subscription renewal.

     

    91.9(c)

     

    Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements: Part 45.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    All registration and markings are in accordance with the interior accommodation of the individual aircraft serial number.

     

    91.9(d)

     

    Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements: Helicopter operation.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for helicopters.

     

    91.11

     

    Prohibition on interference with crewmembers.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.13

     

    Careless or reckless operation.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.15

     

    Dropping objects.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.17

     

    Alcohol or drugs.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.19

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.21

     

    Portable electronic devices.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.23

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.25

     

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

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.27-91.99

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

    Subpart B – Flight Rules

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.101

     

    Applicability.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.103

     

    Preflight action.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.105

     

    Flight crewmembers at stations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.107

     

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

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The passenger seats available in airplane are provided with approved safety belts. The child restraint system can be provided by Dassault Aviation as part of the interior accommodation of the individual aircraft serial number.

     

    91.109

     

    Flight instruction; Simulated instrument flight and certain flight tests.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.111

     

    Operating near other aircraft.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.113

     

    Right-of-way rules: Except water operations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.115

     

    Right-of-way rules: Water operations.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for aircraft that operates on the water (seaplanes).

     

    91.117

     

    Aircraft speed.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.119

     

    Minimum safe altitudes: General.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.121

     

    Altimeter settings.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.123

     

    Compliance with ATC clearances and instructions.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.125

     

    ATC light signals.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.126

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.127

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.129

     

    Operations in Class D airspace.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.130

     

    Operations in Class C airspace.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.131

     

    Operations in Class B airspace.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.133

     

    Restricted and prohibited areas.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.135

     

    Operations in Class A airspace.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.137

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.138

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.139

     

    Emergency air traffic rules.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.141

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.143

     

    Flight limitation in the proximity of space flight operations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.144

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.145

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.146

     

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

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.147

     

    Passenger carrying flights for compensation or hire.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.148-91.149

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.151

     

    Fuel requirements for flight in VFR conditions.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.153

     

    VFR flight plan: Information required.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.155

     

    Basic VFR weather minimums.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.157

     

    Special VFR weather minimums.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.159

     

    VFR cruising altitude or flight level.

     

    Operator’s 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’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.162-91.165

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.167

     

    Fuel requirements for flight in IFR conditions.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.169

     

    IFR flight plan: Information required.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.171

     

    VOR equipment check for IFR operations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.173

     

    ATC clearance and flight plan required.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.175

     

    Takeoff and landing under IFR.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.177

     

    Minimum altitudes for IFR operations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.179

     

    IFR cruising altitude or flight level.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.180

     

    Operations within airspace designated as Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum airspace.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.181

     

    Course to be flown.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.183

     

    IFR communications.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.185

     

    IFR operations: Two-way radio communications failure.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.187

     

    Operation under IFR in controlled airspace: Malfunction reports.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.189

     

    Category II and III operations: General operating rules.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.191

     

    Category II and Category III manual.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM and CODDE are provided to the operator and contain the required data for CAT II and CAT III operations.

     

    91.193

     

    Certificate of authorization for certain Category II operations.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.195- 91.199

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

    Subpart C – Equipment, Instrument, and Certificate Requirements

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.201

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.203

     

    Civil aircraft: Certifications required.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.203(a)

     

    Civil aircraft: Certifications required: Airworthiness and U.S. registration certificates.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.203(b)

     

    Civil aircraft: Certifications required: Airworthiness certificate or special flight authorization.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.203(c)

     

    Civil aircraft: Certifications required: Fuel tank installed within the passenger compartment or a baggage compartment.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for aircraft with a fuel tank installed within the passenger compartment or a baggage compartment.

     

     91.203(d)

     

    Civil aircraft: Certifications required: Fuel venting and exhaust emissions requirements.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is certified under Part 34 original issue.

     

     91.205

     

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

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.205(a)

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.205(b)

     

    Powered civil aircraft with standard category U.S. airworthiness certificates: Instrument and equipment requirements: Visual-flight rules (day).

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.205(b)(1)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Airspeed indicator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with airspeed indication on both PDUs, and on SFD.

     

     91.205(b)(2)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Altimeter.

     

    Compliant

     

    The system provides independent altitude indication on both PDU, and on SFD. They are provided with adjustable barometric correction in hectopascals and milibars.

     

     91.205(b)(3)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Magnetic direction indicator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with heading information on both PDUs, and SFD. It is also equipped with one magnetic compass.

     

     91.205(b)(4)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Tachometer.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with tachometer for each engine (equivalent to § 25.1305(c)(3)).

    N1 and N2 are presented on both PDUs.

     

    91.205(b)(5)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Oil pressure gauge.

     

    Compliant

     

    Each engine oil pressure is presented on both PDUs (equivalent to § 25.1305(a)(4)).

     

     91.205(b)(6)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Temperature gauge.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplanes equipped with liquid-cooled engines.

     

     91.205(b)(7)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Oil temperature gauge.

     

    Compliant

     

    Each engine oil temperature is presented on both PDUs (equivalent to § 25.1305(a)(6)).

     

    91.205(b)(8)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Manifold pressure gauge.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplanes equipped with altitude engines.

     

     91.205(b)(9)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Fuel gauge.

     

    Compliant

     

    The fuel quantity indication in each tank is displayed on MDU.

     

     91.205(b)(10)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Landing gear position indicator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The landing gear position indication is presented on both PDUs.

     

     91.205(b)(11)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Anticollision light system.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for Part 23 certified small civil airplanes.

     

     91.205(b)(12)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Flotation gear and pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane can be equipped with life-jackets for each passenger and crew member in easily location, including pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

     91.205(b)(13)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Safety belt.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with approved safety belts with approved metal buckle for all passengers two years of age or older.

     

     91.205(b)(14)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Shoulder harness.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for Part 23 certified small civil airplanes.

     

     91.205(b)(15)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): ELT.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with approved ELT.

     

     91.205(b)(16)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Shoulder harness.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for normal, utility and acrobatic category airplanes with a seating configuration, excluding pilot seats, of 9 or less, manufactured after December 12, 1986.

     

     91.205(b)(17)

     

    Visual-flight rules (day): Shoulder harness.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for rotorcraft manufactured after September 16, 1992.

     

     91.205(c)

     

    Powered civil aircraft with standard category U.S. airworthiness certificates: Instrument and equipment requirements: Visual flight rules (night).

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.205(c)(1)

     

    Visual flight rules (night): Instruments and equipment specified in paragraph (b).

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with all applicable instruments and equipment specified in paragraph (b) of this section, except for (b)(12) which can be installed under operator's request.

     

     

     91.205(c)(2)

     

    Visual flight rules (night): Position lights.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with red, green and white position/navigation lights, installed in the forward region of left wing, forward region of right wing and in the tail boom, respectively.

     

     91.205(c)(3)

     

    Visual flight rules (night): Anticollision light system.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with aviation white anticollision lights installed in the wing and in the tail boom.

     

     91.205(c)(4)

     

    Visual flight rules (night): Electric landing light.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with electric landing light.

     

     91.205(c)(5)

     

    Visual flight rules (night): Source of electrical energy.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with the following electrical power sources: three engine-driven generators, one APU (ground operation only), plus batteries. Power sources capacity is demonstrated through electrical load analysis.

     

     91.205(c)(6)

     

    Visual flight rules (night): Spare set of fuses.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Fuses in are not accessible by the flight crew.

     

     91.205(d)

     

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

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.205(d)(1)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Instruments and equipment specified in paragraphs (b) and (c).

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with all applicable instruments and equipment specified in paragraph (b) and (c) of this section, except for (b)(12) which can be installed under operator's request.

     

     91.205(d)(2)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Two-way radio communication and navigation equipment.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with a minimum of two communication systems and two long range navigation systems.

     

     91.205(d)(3)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Gyroscopic rate-of-turn indicator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with two independent IRSs, providing attitude and heading information for pilot and co-pilot on the PDUs. The attitude and heading information is also displayed on the SFD.

     

     91.205(d)(4)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Slip-skid indicator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with one slip/skid indicator installed on each PDU and also available on the SFD.

     

     91.205(d)(5)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Sensitive altimeter.

     

    Compliant

     

    The system provides independent altitude indication on both PDUs and SFD, with adjustable barometric correction in hectopascals and milibars.

     

     91.205(d)(6)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Clock.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with digital clocks showing the time in hours, minutes, and seconds on both PDUs.

     

     91.205(d)(7)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Generator or alternator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with the following electrical power sources: three engine-driven generators, one APU (ground operation only), plus batteries. Power sources capacity is demonstrated through electrical load analysis.

     

     91.205(d)(8)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Gyroscopic pitch and bank indicator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with two independent IRSs, providing attitude and heading information for pilot and co-pilot on the PDUs. The attitude and heading information is also displayed on the SFD.

     91.205(d)(9)

     

    Instrument flight rules: Gyroscopic direction indicator.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with two independent IRSs, providing heading information for pilot and co-pilot on PDUs and SFD.

     

     91.205(e)

     

    Powered civil aircraft with standard category U.S. airworthiness certificates: Instrument and equipment requirements: Flight at and above 24,000 ft MSL (FL 240).

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with DMEs.

     

     91.205(f)

     

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

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is capable of performing CAT II approaches.

     

     91.205(g)

     

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

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is capable of performing CAT III approaches.

     

     91.205(h)

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

     

    Not Compliant

     

    The airplane is not certified for night vision goggle operations.

     

     91.205(i)

     

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

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

     91.207

     

    Emergency locator transmitters.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.207(a)

     

    Emergency locator transmitters: Approved automatic type.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with automatic type ELT, which is ETSO 2C126, TSO C126, and TSO C91a approved.

     

     91.207(b)

     

    Emergency locator transmitters: Attachment.

     

    Compliant

     

    The ELT installation is type design approved as part of the airplane type certification.

     

     91.207(c)

     

    Emergency locator transmitters: Batteries.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.207(d)

     

    Emergency locator transmitters: Inspections.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.207(e)

     

    Emergency locator transmitters: Ferry flights.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.207(f)

     

    Emergency locator transmitters: Exemptions.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.209

     

    Aircraft lights.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with red, green and white position/navigation lights, installed in the forward region of left wing, forward region of right wing and in the tail boom, respectively. It is also equipped with aviation white anti-collision lights installed in the wing and in the tail boom.

     

     91.211

     

    Supplemental oxygen.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.211(a)

     

    Supplemental oxygen: General.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is provided with supplemental oxygen at cabin pressure altitudes above 12,500ft (MSL) up to and including 14,000ft (MSL).

     

     91.211(b)

     

    Supplemental oxygen: Pressurized cabin aircraft.

     

    Compliant

     

     –

     

     91.213

     

    Inoperative instruments and equipment.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.213(a)

     

    Inoperative instruments and equipment: Minimum Equipment List.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

    It is operator's responsibility to develop and approve his own MEL.

     

     91.213(b)

     

    Inoperative instruments and equipment: Not included in Minimum Equipment List.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

    It is operator's responsibility to develop and approve his own MEL.

     

     91.213(c)

     

    Inoperative instruments and equipment: Minimum Equipment List issued under subpart K, part 121, 125 or  135.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.213(d)

     

    Inoperative instruments and equipment: Operations without Minimum Equipment List.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    This paragraph is applicable to small rotorcraft, nonturbine-powered small airplane, glider, or lighter-than-air aircraft for which a Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) has or has not been developed.

     

     91.213(e)

     

    Inoperative instruments and equipment: Special flight permit.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.215

     

    ATC transponder and altitude reporting equipment and use.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.215(a)

     

    ATC transponder and altitude reporting equipment and use: All airspace: U.S.-registered civil aircraft.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with two Mode S transponders, TSO C112.

     

     91.215(b)

     

    ATC transponder and altitude reporting equipment and use: All airspace.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with two Mode S transponders, TSO C112.

     

     91.215(c)

     

    ATC transponder and altitude reporting equipment and use: Transponder-on operation.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.215(d)

     

    ATC transponder and altitude reporting equipment and use: ATC authorized deviations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.217

     

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

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.217(a)

     

    Data correspondence between automatically reported pressure altitude data and the pilot's altitude reference: Deactivation of equipment.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.217(b)

     

    Data correspondence between automatically reported pressure altitude data and the pilot's altitude reference: Tests and calibration.

     

    Compliant

     

    The transponder receives the altitude data information from the ADS.

     

     91.217(c)

     

    Data correspondence between automatically reported pressure altitude data and the pilot's altitude reference: Altimeters and digitizers standards.

     

    Compliant

     

    The system is TSO-C88 and TSO-C10b compliant.

     

     91.219

     

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

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.219(a)

     

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

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with altitude alerting device and complies with the requirement.

     

     91.219(b)

     

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

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with altitude alerting device and complies with the requirement.

     

     91.219(c)

     

    Altitude alerting system or device: Turbojet-powered civil airplanes: Procedures establishment and assignment.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.219(d)

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.221

     

    Traffic alert and collision avoidance system equipment and use.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.221(a)

     

    Traffic alert and collision avoidance system equipment and use: All airspace: U.S.-registered civil aircraft.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with TCAS II equipment.

     

     91.221(b)

     

    Traffic alert and collision avoidance system equipment and use: Traffic alert and collision avoidance system, operation required.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.223

     

    Terrain awareness and warning system.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

     91.223(a)

     

    Terrain awareness and warning system: Airplanes manufactured after March 29, 2002.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with EGPWS equipment, TSO C151 compliant.

     

     91.223(b)

     

    Terrain awareness and warning system: Airplanes manufactured on or before March 29, 2002.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplanes manufactured on or before March 29, 2002.

     

     91.223(c)

     

    Terrain awareness and warning system: Airplane Flight Manual.

     

    Compliant

     

    AFM and CODDE are provided to the operator and contains the necessary information regarding the EGPWS operation.

     

     91.223(d)

     

    Terrain awareness and warning system: Exceptions.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

     91.224-91.299

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

    Subpart D – Special Flight Operations

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.301

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.303

     

    Aerobatic flight.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.305

     

    Flight test areas.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.307

     

    Parachutes and parachuting.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.309

     

    Towing: Gliders and unpowered ultralight vehicles.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.311

     

    Towing: Other than under §§ 91.309.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.313

     

    Restricted category civil aircraft: Operating limitations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.315

     

    Limited category civil aircraft: Operating limitations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.317

     

    Provisionally certificated civil aircraft: Operating limitations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.319

     

    Aircraft having experimental certificates: Operating limitations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.321

     

    Carriage of candidates in elections.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.323

     

    Increased maximum certificated weights for certain airplanes operated in Alaska.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplanes type certificated under Aeronautics Bulletin No. 7-A of the U.S. Department of Commerce dated January 1, 1931, as amended, or under the normal category of part 4a of the former Civil Air Regulations.

     

    91.325

     

    Primary category aircraft: Operating limitations.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for primary category aircraft.

     

    91.327

     

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

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for aircraft with airworthiness certificate in the light-sport category.

     

    91.328-91.399

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

    Subpart E – Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, and Alterations

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.401

     

    Applicability.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.403

     

    General.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.405

     

    Maintenance required.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.407

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.409

     

    Inspections.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.409(a)

     

    Inspections: Annual Inspection.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.409(b)

     

    Inspections: Annual or 100-hour inspection.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.409(c)

     

    Inspections: Exemptions.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.409(d)

     

    Inspections: Progressive inspection.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.409(e)

     

    Inspections: Large airplanes (to which part 125 is not applicable), turbojet multiengine airplanes, turbopropeller-powered multiengine airplanes, and turbine-powered rotorcraft.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.409(f)

     

    Inspections: Selection of inspection program under paragraph (e) of this section.

     

    Compliant

     

    Maintenance program, which is defined in Chapter 5 (scheduled maintenance), is provided to the operator. The program is the current inspection program recommended by the manufacturer as per 91.409(f)(3).

     

    91.409(g)

     

    Inspections: Inspection program approved under paragraph (e) of this section.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.409(h)

     

    Inspections: Changes from one inspection program to another.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.410

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.411

     

    Altimeter system and altitude reporting equipment tests and inspections.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.411(a)

     

    Altimeter system and altitude reporting equipment tests and inspections: Controlled airspace under IFR.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.411(b)

     

    Altimeter system and altitude reporting equipment tests and inspections: Tests required by paragraph (a).

     

    Compliant

     

    The anemometric system is tested on production process.

     

    91.411(c)

     

    Altimeter system and altitude reporting equipment tests and inspections: Altimeter and altitude reporting equipment approved under TSOs.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.411(d)

     

    Altimeter system and altitude reporting equipment tests and inspections: Controlled airspace under IFR.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.413

     

    ATC transponder tests and inspections.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.413(a)

     

    ATC transponder tests and inspections: Compliance with appendix F of part 43.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.413(b)

     

    ATC transponder tests and inspections: Installation or maintenance.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.413(c)

     

    ATC transponder tests and inspections: Tests and inspections.

     

    Compliant

     

    The ATC Transponder is tested on production process.

     

    91.415

     

    Changes to aircraft inspection programs.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.417

     

    Maintenance records.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.419

     

    Transfer of maintenance records.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.421

     

    Rebuilt engine maintenance records.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.423-91.499

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

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

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.501

     

    Applicability.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.503

     

    Flying equipment and operating information.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.503(a)

     

    Flying equipment and operating information: Accessible flying equipment and aeronautical charts and data.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.503(a)(1)

     

    Accessible flying equipment and aeronautical charts and data: Flashlight.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane can be equipped with two rechargeable flashlights in the cockpit.

     

    91.503(a)(2)

     

    Accessible flying equipment and aeronautical charts and data: Cockpit checklist.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided to the operator and contains the required procedures.

    These procedures are also available the CODDE2, and the CODDE3 under the format of QRHs which contain the required Normal, Abnormal, and Emergency Checklists. An Electronic Check List is also integrated in the EASy avionic suits.

     

    91.503(a)(3)

     

    Accessible flying equipment and aeronautical charts and data: Aeronautical charts.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.503(a)(4)

     

    Accessible flying equipment and aeronautical charts and data: Pertinent chart.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.503(a)(5)

     

    Accessible flying equipment and aeronautical charts and data: Performance data.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM and Performance Manual are provided to the operator and contain all necessary performance data.

     

    91.503(b)

     

    Flying equipment and operating information: Cockpit checklist.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided to the operator and contains the required procedures.

    These procedures are also available the CODDE2, and the CODDE3 under the format of QRHs which contain the required Normal, Abnormal, and Emergency Checklists. An Electronic Check List is also integrated in the EASy avionic suits.

     

    91.503(c)

     

    Flying equipment and operating information: Cockpit checklist procedure.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided to the operator and contains the required procedures.

    These procedures are also available the CODDE2, and the CODDE3 under the format of QRHs which contain the required Normal, Abnormal, and Emergency Checklists. An Electronic Check List is also integrated in the EASy avionic suits.

     

    91.503(d)

     

    Flying equipment and operating information: Equipment, charts and data use.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.505

     

    Familiarity with operating limitations and emergency equipment.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.507

     

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

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with all applicable instruments and equipment required for IFR operations under 91.205 (d).

    Additionally, the airplane is equipped with electric landing light.

     

    91.509

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.509(a)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Life preserver or an approved flotation means.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane can be equipped with easily accessible life jackets for each passenger and crew member.

     

    91.509(b)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Survival equipment.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.509(b)(1)

     

    Survival equipment: Life preserver.

     

    Optionally Compliant

    The airplane can be equipped with life vests with approved survivor locator light for each passenger and crewmember.

     

    91.509(b)(2)

     

    Survival equipment: Liferafts.

     

    Optionally Compliant

    The airplane can be equipped with TSO approved liferaft.

     

    91.509(b)(3)

     

    Survival equipment: Pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The optional TSO approved liferaft include pyrotechnic signaling device.

     

    91.509(b)(4)

     

    Survival equipment: Portable emergency radio signaling device.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The optional TSO approved liferaft include  § 121.5MHz and 406MHz capable ELT.

     

    91.509(b)(5)

     

    Survival equipment: Lifeline.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with a §25.1411 compliant lifeline installed in a proper compartment at overwing emergency exit.

     

    91.509(c)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Deviation from paragraphs (b)(2) through (5).

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.509(d)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Conspicuously marked and easily accessible.

     

    Compliant

     

    When applicable, the life rafts, life preservers, and signaling devices are installed in conspicuously marked locations and easily accessible in the event of an unplanned ditching.

     

    91.509(e)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Survival kit.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane may optionally comply with the requirement, under operator's request.

     

    91.509(f)

     

    Survival equipment for overwater operations: Shore.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.511

     

    Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.511(a)

     

    Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations: Operable equipment for a flight over water.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.511(a)(1)

     

    Operable equipment for a flight over water: Radio communication equipment.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with two independent communication system, comprised of one transceiver unit, one antenna and one radio management unit; and one headset, one hand held mic and one quick donning mask microphone for pilot and co-pilot and one headset and one quick donning mask microphone for observer. The airplane also have HF capability.

     

    91.511(a)(2)

     

    Operable equipment for a flight over water: Electronic navigational equipment.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with two independent communication and navigation systems.

     

    91.511(b)

     

    Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations: Independent receiver or electronic navigation unit.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.511(c)

     

    Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations: Malfunction or inoperative.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.511(d)

     

    Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations: VHF and HF communications equipment.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.511(e)

     

    Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations: Shore.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.511(f)

     

    Communication and navigation equipment for overwater operations: Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean operation.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.513

     

    Emergency equipment.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.513(a)

     

    Emergency equipment: Listed emergency equipment.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.513(b)

     

    Emergency equipment: Equipment requirements.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.513(b)(1)

     

    Equipment requirements: Inspection.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.513(b)(2)

     

    Equipment requirements: Accessibility.

     

    Compliant

     

    All emergency equipment installed in the airplane is easily accessible to the crewmembers.

     

    91.513(b)(3)

     

    Equipment requirements: Method of operation.

     

    Compliant

     

    All emergency equipment has clearly indication of operation method.

     

    91.513(b)(4)

     

    Equipment requirements: Compartment or container.

     

    Compliant

     

    The emergency equipment compartments have a proper indication and the emergency equipment listed have a date of last inspection and/or emergency equipment expiration date.

     

    91.513(c)

     

    Emergency equipment: Hand fire extinguishers.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    Hand fire extinguisher number and location is detailed on floor plan of individual aircraft serial number.

     

    91.513(d)

     

    Emergency equipment: First Aid kits.

     

    Optionally Compliant

    The airplane can be equipped with first aid kit.

     

    91.513(e)

     

    Emergency equipment: Crash axe.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane accommodating more than 19 passengers.

     

    91.513(f)

     

    Emergency equipment: Megaphone.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplanes with a seating capacity of more than 60 passengers.

     

    91.515

     

    Flight altitude rules.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.517

     

    Passenger information.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.517(a)

     

    Passenger information: Visible signs.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with pictorial "fasten seat belt" and "no smoking" signs at visible location in sidewall panels.

     

    91.517(b)

     

    Passenger information: Oral notification.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.517(c)

     

    Passenger information: Smoking prohibition.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.517(d)

     

    Passenger information: "Fasten seat belt" sign.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.517(e)

     

    Passenger information: Given instructions.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.519

     

    Passenger briefing.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.519(a)

     

    Passenger briefing: Oral briefing.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.519(b)

     

    Passenger briefing: Printed cards.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.519(c)

     

    Passenger briefing: Locations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.519(d)

     

    Passenger briefing: Subpart K.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.521

     

    Shoulder harness.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.521(a)

     

    Shoulder harness: Flight deck station.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped, at each seat at a flight deck station, with a combined safety belt and shoulder harness that meets the applicable requirements specified in § 25.785.

     

    91.521(b)

     

    Shoulder harness: Flight attendant seat.

     

    Optionally Compliant

     

    The airplane may optionally be equipped with forward observer seat, under operator's request. It is equipped with a combined safety belt and shoulder harness that meets the applicable requirements specified in § 25.785.

     

    91.523

     

    Carry-on baggage.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for aircraft with a seating capacity for more than 19 passengers.

     

    91.525

     

    Carriage of cargo.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.527

     

    Operating in icing conditions.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is certificated and fully equipped to operate under icing conditions. In addition, the AFM and CODDE establishes the procedures and limitations for operations under icing conditions.

     

    91.529

     

    Flight engineer requirements.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for aircraft type certificated with a flight engineer.

     

    91.531

     

    Second in command requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.533

     

    Flight attendant requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.535

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.536-91.599

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

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

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.601

     

    Applicability.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.603

     

    Aural speed warning device.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with such device, which generates the speed warning alert.

     

    91.605

     

    Transport category civil airplane weight limitations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.607

     

    Emergency exits for airplanes carrying passengers for hire.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for large airplane type certificated under the Civil Air Regulations effective before April 9, 1957.

     

    91.609

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.609(a)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: Authorized flights without equipment installed or inoperative.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.609(b)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: Authorized flights without equipment installed or inoperative.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.609(c)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: Flight recorder features.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with one Solid State FDR, as required, with memory recording capacity of 25 hours.

     

    91.609(d)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: Flight recorder operation.

     

    Compliant

     

    The FDR is activated automatically.

     

    91.609(e)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: CVR features and operation.

     

    Compliant

     

     –

     

    91.609(f)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: CVR erasing features.

     

    Compliant

     

    The cockpit voice recorder has an erasure feature that can be used only with the PAX door open and erases the information.

     

    91.609(g)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: Flight recorders and CVR recorded information.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.609(h)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders:  CVR requirements.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with a CVR and complies with the requirement.

     

    91.609(i)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders:  CVR requirements.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with a CVR and complies with the requirement.

     

    91.609(j)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: Datalink communication.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    The airplane has no datalink communication.

     

    91.609(k)

     

    Flight recorders and cockpit voice recorders: Deviation authority from part 125 of this chapter.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.611

     

    Authorization for ferry flight with one engine inoperative.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

    AFM provides necessary data for ferry flight with one engine inoperative.

     

    91.613

     

    Materials for compartment interiors.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.613(a)

     

    Materials for compartment interiors: SFAR No. 41.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane that conforms to an amended or supplemental type certificate issued in accordance with SFAR No. 41 for a maximum certificated takeoff weight in excess of 12,500 pounds.

     

    91.613(b)

     

    Materials for compartment interiors: Thermal/acoustic insulation materials.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.613(b)(1)

     

    Thermal/acoustic insulation materials: Airplanes manufactured before September 2, 2005.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for large transport aircraft manufactured before September 2, 2005.

     

    91.613(b)(2)

     

    Thermal/acoustic insulation materials: Airplanes manufactured after September 2, 2005.

     

    Compliant

     

    The thermal/acoustic insulation materials installed in the fuselage meet the flame propagation requirements of § 25.856.

     

    91.615-91.699

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    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

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.701

     

    Applicability.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.702

     

    Persons on board.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.703

     

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

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.705

     

    Operations within airspace designated as Minimum Navigation Performance Specification Airspace.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.705(a)

     

    Operations within airspace designated as Minimum Navigation Performance Specification Airspace: Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications airspace.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.705(a)(1)

     

    Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications airspace: Approved navigation performance capability.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is approved into NAT MNPS.

     

    91.705(a)(2)

     

    Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications airspace: Authorization by the Administrator.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.705(b)

     

    Operations within airspace designated as Minimum Navigation Performance Specification Airspace: Deviation.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.706

     

    Operations within airspace designed as Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum Airspace.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.707

     

    Flights between Mexico or Canada and the United States.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.709

     

    Operations to Cuba.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.711

     

    Special rules for foreign civil aircraft.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for foreign civil aircraft when operating within the United States.

     

    91.713

     

    Operation of civil aircraft of Cuban registry.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for Cuban registered aircraft when operating in USA airspace.

     

    91.715

     

    Special flight authorizations for foreign civil aircraft.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for aircraft registered outside USA.

     

    91.717-91.799

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

    Subpart I – Operating Noise Limits

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.801

     

    Applicability: Relation to part 36.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.803

     

    Part 125 operators: Designation of applicable regulations.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for Part 125 eligible aircraft.

     

    91.805

     

    Final compliance: Subsonic airplanes.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for civil subsonic jet (turbojet) airplanes with maximum weights of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.807- 91.813

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.815

     

    Agricultural and fire fighting airplanes: Noise operating limitations.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for propeller-driven, small airplanes having standard airworthiness certificates that are designed for "agricultural aircraft operations" or for dispensing fire fighting materials.

     

    91.817

     

    Civil aircraft sonic boom.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for supersonic aircraft.

     

    91.819

     

    Civil supersonic airplanes that do not comply with part 36.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for supersonic aircraft.

     

    91.821

     

    Civil supersonic airplanes: Noise limits.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for supersonic aircraft.

     

    91.823-91.849

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.851

     

    Definitions.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.853

     

    Final compliance: Civil subsonic airplanes.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.855

     

    Entry and nonaddition rule.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.857

     

    Stage 2 operations outside of the 48 contiguous United States.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.858

     

    Special flight authorizations for non-revenue Stage 2 operations.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for Stage 2 airplane over 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.859

     

    Modification to meet Stage 3 or Stage 4 noise levels.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.861

     

    Base level.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.863

     

    Transfers of Stage 2 airplanes with base level.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.865

     

    Phased compliance for operators with base level.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.867

     

    Phased compliance for new entrants.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.869

     

    Carry-forward compliance.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.871

     

    Waivers from interim compliance requirements.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.873

     

    Waivers from final compliance.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.875

     

    Annual progress reports.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.877

     

    Annual reporting of Hawaiian operations.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplane with a maximum certificated takeoff weight of more than 75,000 pounds.

     

    91.879-91.899

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

    Subpart J – Waivers

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.901

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.903

     

    Policy and procedures.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.905

     

    List of rules subject to waivers.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.907-91.999

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

     

     

    Subpart K – Fractional Ownership Operations

     

     

    SECTION

    TITLE

    COMPLIANCE

    REMARKS

    91.1001

     

    Applicability.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.1002

     

    Compliance date.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1003

     

    Management contract between owner and program manager.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1005

     

    Prohibitions and limitations.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1007

     

    Flights conducted under part 121 or part 135 of this chapter.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1009

     

    Clarification of operational control.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1011

     

    Operational control responsibilities and delegation.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1013

     

    Operational control briefing and acknowledgment.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1014

     

    Issuing or denying management specifications.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1015

     

    Management specifications.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1017

     

    Amending program manager's management specifications.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1019

     

    Conducting tests and inspections.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1021

     

    Internal safety reporting and incident/accident response.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1023

     

    Program operating manual requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1025

     

    Program operating manual contents.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1027

     

    Recordkeeping.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1029

     

    Flight scheduling and locating requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1031

     

    Pilot in command or second in command: Designation required.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1033

     

    Operating information required.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.1033(a)

     

    Operating information required: Materials.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.1033(a)(1)

     

    Materials: Cockpit checklist.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided to the operator and contains the required procedures.

    These procedures are also available the CODDE2, and the CODDE3 under the format of QRHs which contain the required Normal, Abnormal, and Emergency Checklists. An Electronic Check List is also integrated in the EASy avionic suits.

     

    91.1033(a)(2)

     

    Materials: Emergency cockpit checklist.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided to the operator and contains the required procedures.

    These procedures are also available the CODDE2, and the CODDE3 under the format of QRHs which contain the required Normal, Abnormal, and Emergency Checklists. An Electronic Check List is also integrated in the EASy avionic suits.

     

    91.1033(a)(3)

     

    Materials: Aeronautical charts.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1033(a)(4)

     

    Materials: Pertinent charts.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1033(b)

     

    Operating information required: Cockpit checklist.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided to the operator and contains the required procedures.

    These procedures are also available the CODDE2, and the CODDE3 under the format of QRHs which contain the required Normal, Abnormal, and Emergency Checklists. An Electronic Check List is also integrated in the EASy avionic suits.

     

    91.1033(c)

     

    Operating information required: Emergency cockpit checklist.

     

    Compliant

     

    The AFM is provided to the operator and contains the required procedures.

    These procedures are also available the CODDE2, and the CODDE3 under the format of QRHs which contain the required Normal, Abnormal, and Emergency Checklists. An Electronic Check List is also integrated in the EASy avionic suits.

     

    91.1035

     

    Passenger awareness.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.1035(a)

     

    Passenger awareness: Oral Briefing.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1035(b)

     

    Passenger awareness: Evacuation procedures briefing.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1035(c)

     

    Passenger awareness: Operational control briefing.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1035(d)

     

    Passenger awareness: Oral briefings.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1035(e)

     

    Passenger awareness: Recording playback device.

     

    Compliant

     

    The FCMS is equipped with an approved recording playback device that is audible to each passenger under normal noise levels.

     

    91.1035(f)

     

    Passenger awareness: Printed Cards.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1037

     

    Large transport category airplanes: Turbine engine powered; Limitations; Destination and alternate airports.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.1037(a)

     

    Large transport category airplanes: Turbine engine powered; Limitations; Destination and alternate airports: Landing Weight.

     

    Compliant

     

    The landing weight limitation of the aircraft is provided in the AFM and Performance Manual and the Fuel consumption can be calculated based on the flight planning data provided in the Performance Manual.

    91.1037(b)

     

    Large transport category airplanes: Turbine engine powered; Limitations; Destination and alternate airports: Allowable landing weight.

     

    Compliant

     

    The landing weight limitation of the airplane is provided in the AFM and the Performance Manual. Fuel consumption and landing distance can be calculated based on data provided in the AFM and Performance Manual.

     

    91.1037(c)

     

    Large transport category airplanes: Turbine engine powered; Limitations; Destination and alternate airports: Weight in excess of that allowed by paragraph (b).

     

    Compliant

     

    The landing weight limitation of the airplane, fuel consumption, and landing distance data is provided in the AFM and Performance Manual.

     

    91.1037(d)

     

    Large transport category airplanes: Turbine engine powered; Limitations; Destination and alternate airports: Alternate Airport.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1037(e)

     

    Large transport category airplanes: Turbine engine powered; Limitations; Destination and alternate airports: Wet or slippery runway.

     

    Compliant

     

    The landing weight limitation of the airplane and landing distance data is provided in the AFM and Performance Manual.

     

    91.1039

     

    IFR takeoff, approach and landing minimums.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1041

     

    Aircraft proving and validation tests.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1043

     

    Reserved

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Reserved.

     

    91.1045

     

    Additional equipment requirements.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.1045(a)

     

    Additional equipment requirements.

     

    Not Applicable

     

    Applicable only for airplanes having a passenger-seat configuration of more than 30 seats or a payload capacity of more than 7,500 pounds.

     

    91.1045(b)

     

    Additional equipment requirements.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.1045(b)(1)

     

    Additional equipment requirements: Cockpit voice recorder.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane has a CVR as required by section 135.151.

     

    91.1045(b)(2)

     

    Additional equipment requirements: Flight recorder.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane has a FDR as required by section 135.152.

     

    91.1045(b)(3)

     

    Additional equipment requirements: Terrain awareness and warning system.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with EGPWS.

     

    91.1045(b)(4)

     

    Additional equipment requirements: Traffic alert and collision avoidance system.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with TCAS II equipment.

     

    91.1045(b)(5)

     

    Additional equipment requirements: Airborne weather radar or thunderstorm detection equipment.

     

    Compliant

     

    The airplane is equipped with weather radar.

     

    91.1047

     

    Drug and alcohol misuse education program.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1049

     

    Personnel.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1051

     

    Pilot safety background check.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1053

     

    Crewmember experience.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1055

     

    Pilot operating limitations and pairing requirement.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1057

     

    Flight, duty and rest time requirements: All crewmembers.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1059

     

    Flight time limitations and rest requirements: One or two pilot crews.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1061

     

    Augmented flight crews.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1062

     

    Duty periods and rest requirements: Flight attendants.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1063

     

    Testing and training: Applicability and terms used.

     

    Definition

     

     –

     

    91.1065

     

    Initial and recurrent pilot testing requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1067

     

    Initial and recurrent flight attendant crewmember testing requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1069

     

    Flight crew: Instrument proficiency check requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1071

     

    Crewmember: Tests and checks, grace provisions, training to accepted standards.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1073

     

    Training program: General.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1075

     

    Training program: Special rules.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1077

     

    Training program and revision: Initial and final approval.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1079

     

    Training program: Curriculum.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1081

     

    Crewmember training requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1083

     

    Crewmember emergency training.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1085

     

    Hazardous materials recognition training.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1087

     

    Approval of aircraft simulators and other training devices.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1089

     

    Qualifications: Check pilots (aircraft) and check pilots (simulator).

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1091

     

    Qualifications: Flight instructors (aircraft) and flight instructors (simulator).

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1093

     

    Initial and transition training and checking: Check pilots (aircraft), check pilots (simulator).

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1095

     

    Initial and transition training and checking: Flight instructors (aircraft), flight instructors (simulator).

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1097

     

    Pilot and flight attendant crewmember training programs.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1099

     

    Crewmember initial and recurrent training requirements.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1101

     

    Pilots: Initial, transition, and upgrade ground training.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1103

     

    Pilots: Initial, transition, upgrade, requalification, and differences flight training.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1105

     

    Flight attendants: Initial and transition ground training.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1107

     

    Recurrent training.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1109

     

    Aircraft maintenance: Inspection program.

     

    Title Only

     

     –

     

    91.1109(a)

     

    Aircraft maintenance: Inspection program.

     

    Compliant

     

    All the maintenance requirements to be performed in the airplane are stated in the Chapter 5 (scheduled maintenance), which is the manufacturer approved maintenance program. The maintenance procedures are listed in the AMM and Chapter 5 (scheduled maintenance).

     

    91.1109(b)

     

    Aircraft maintenance: Inspection program.

     

    Compliant

     

    Chapter 5 (scheduled maintenance) is provided in order to support the operator to develop his own maintenance program.

     

    91.1109(c)

     

    Aircraft maintenance: Inspection program: Revision.

     

    Operator’s Responsibility

     

     –

     

    91.1111

     

    Maintenance training.