Transport Canada Ground Based Ground Ice Detection System

Report
Transport Canada
Commercial & Business Aviation
Operational Update
Transport Canada Avionics Workshop
November 27, 2003
Douglas Ingold
Transport Canada Commercial and Business Aviation
Operational Standards
(613) 990 1065
[email protected]
Operational Update
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Cockpit Voice Recorders
407 MHz ELT
TAWS
ACAS
WAAS
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Cockpit Voice Recorders
 CAR/CASS 605/625.33 amended Sept.
1, 2003.
 Aircraft Manufactured after Dec. 31,
2002, require 2 hour CVR.
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406 MHz ELT
 Cospas-Sarsat Council planned termination
of 121.500 MHz capabilities by February 1,
2009.
 ICAO agreed termination date of 2008.
 Transport Canada NPAs for 406 MHz ELTs
for International Operations
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TAWS (Part VII NPA’s)
 New NPA’s for CAR 703, 704, 705 reviewed by Part
VII Technical Committee meetings in 2003.
 NPA’s passed at Oct. 29, 2003 CARC Committee,
now with DOJ.
 Estimate 1-2 years before regulations come into
effect.
 New aircraft compliant at promulgation.
 All aircraft compliant by promulgation + 2 years.
 Compliant with Altitude Accuracy Requirements by
promulgation + 5 years.
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TAWS (Part VI NPA’s)
 New NPA’s for CAR 605 scheduled to
be presented at GOFR in Dec. 2003
 Requires TSO C-151 Class B TAWS for
Turbine Powered aircraft with 6 or
more passenger seats.
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TAWS (Summary Table)
Operating Regulation and
Passenger Configuration
NPA
Minimum Class
of TAWS
Notes
TSO C-151
CAR 605 (Turbine, 6+ pax.)
New NPAs for CAR 605
Class B
1, 2, 3, 4
CAR 703 (6+ pax.)
New NPAs for CAR 703
Class B
1, 2, 3, 4
CAR 704 (6-9 pax.)
New NPAs for CAR 704
Class B
1, 2, 3, 4
CAR 704 (10 + pax.)
New NPAs for CAR 704
Class A & Display
1, 2, 3
CAR 705
New NPAs for CAR 705
Class A & Display
1, 3
1
2
3
4
Altitude Accuracy requirements apply (Alerting required independent of altimeter setting or deviations from ISA).
Relief from TAWS requirements for Day VFR operations.
Terrain & Airport database must be suitable for area of operation.
Class A TAWS (including Terrain Display) is always sufficient where a Class B TAWS is mandated.
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ACAS (Part VII NPA’s)
 New NPA’s for CAR 702, 703, 704, 705
passed at Oct. 29, 2003 CARC, now with
DOJ.
 Estimate 1-2 years before regulation
come into effect.
 Existing aircraft compliant by
promulgation + 2 years.
 New aircraft compliant at promulgation.
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ACAS (Part VI NPA’s)
 New NPA’s for CAR 605 scheduled
to be presented at GOFR in Dec.
2003
 Similar criteria to CARs 702 and 704
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ACAS (Part VI &VII
Summary Table)
Operating
Regulation
NPA
CAR 605
CAR 702
CAR 704
New NPAs,
CAR 703
New NPA for
CAR 703
CAR 705
New NPA for
CAR 705
Each for
CARs 604,
702 and 704
TCAS I
TCAS II
Equivalent to TSO
C-118
(TA Only)
TSO C-119 (SW 6.04A
or 7.0 ACAS) &
Mode S transponder
meeting TSO C-112
Required for turbinepowered aeroplanes of
MCTOW exceeding
33,000 lb.
(Note 1)
Minimum Required
for aeroplanes of
MCTOW exceeding
12,500lb.
(Note 1)
Minimum Required
for aeroplanes of
MCTOW exceeding
12,500lb.
(Note 1)
Minimum Required
(Note 1)
Not Required by
applicability of CAR 703
Required for Turbine
powered aeroplanes
(Note 1)
Note 1 -- TCAS II SW 7.0 and Mode S required for RVSM airspace.
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WAAS
 WAAS commissioned by FAA in July
2003.
 Good signal coverage in Alberta,
Sask. & BC (due to U.S. reference
stations in Alaska)
 Stations proposed for Winnipeg,
Goose Bay and Gander starting 2005
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WAAS
 Current guidance material on GPS in
CBAAC 123R is applicable to operations
using WAAS receivers.
 WAAS receivers may be used to fly all
existing GPS approaches.
 There are not yet any Canadian
approaches which take advantage of
additional WAAS capabilities (e.g.: LPV
approaches)
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