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Operations Information

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Authorization

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Authorization

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Authorization

Air Ambulance Operations

Ground Icing Conditions

RVSM Airspace Operations

Computer Record Keeping

LAHSO Operations

Single-Engine IFR

Eligible On-Demand

Low Visibility Takeoffs

Single-Pilot IFR

Extended Overwater Operations

Oceanic (NAT/MNPS) & (CEP)

Use an AAIP


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Three sets of 3-Letter Cert ID


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Regulatory Guidance

Air Ambulance Operations: Check this box if you plan to be an air ambulance operator. Your aircraft must be configured to conduct air ambulance operations and your crew will need additional training. Air ambulance authorization may increase the time required for certification.

Computer Record Keeping: Check this box if you plan to use computer based record keeping.

Eligible On-Demand: Eligible on-demand operations requires that the Captain has 1500 hours. These operations require two flight crewmembers (not autopilot in lieu of a second-in-command operations).

Extended Overwater Operations: Check this box if you plan to conduct extended over-water operations and if your aircraft is appropriately equipped.

Ground Icing Conditions: Check this box if you plan to conduct operations when ground icing conditions are present. In brief, you may use de-ice fluid, hold-over tables, and conduct a pre-takeoff contamination check. The clean-aircraft concept applies.

LAHSO Operations: Check this box if you want to be authorized for Land and Hold Short Operations. This will be included in your General Operations Manual and in your Operations Specifications.

Low Visibility Takeoffs: Check this box if you want to be authorized to takeoff when the visibility is lower than standard. You will receive authorization in your Operations Specifications. You must have an aircraft-specific training program, your pilots must be trained, and your pilots must be qualified (checkride).

Oceanic (NAT/MNPS) & (CEP): Check this box if your aircraft is capable and flightcrew qualified to fly in the Oceanic track systems. The North Atlantic Tracks and Minimum Navigation Performance Specification requires validation test flights across the North Atlantic. The Central East Pacific also requires validation test flights; however, if you conduct the validation test flights across the North Atlantic then you may be qualified for other areas by a table-top oral FAA exam. USAC will include an International Flight Operations manual.

RVSM Airspace Operations: Check this box if your aircraft is capable and qualified to fly in RVSM airspace. The RVSM operations will be included in your International Flight Operations manual and addresses procedures to follow in the track system if your RVSM equipment not longer functions properly.

Single-Engine IFR: Check this box if you plan to fly a single-engine aircraft in IFR conditions. Verify that you have the experience required by FAR 135.243.

Use an AAIP: Check this box if you plan to submit an Approved Aircraft Inspection Program. The AAIP will allow you to change the inspection intervals specified in Chapter 5 of your aircraft maintenance manual. It will also allow you to add items that are not included in Chapter 5 of your aircraft maintenance manual. Alternatively, if you need to add items you can submit a time limits supplement, which is much easier to develop and maintain.


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