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This instrument prescribes different types of aircraft for relevant provisions in Part 61 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.
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Registered 11 Sep 2020

I, CHRISTOPHER PAUL MONAHAN, Executive Manager, National Operations & Standards, a delegate of CASA, make this instrument under regulations 61.050, 61.055, 61.060, 61.061, 61.062 and 61.063 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulation 1998.

[Signed Christopher P. Monahan]

Christopher P. Monahan
Executive Manager, National Operations & Standards

10 September 2020

Prescription of Aircraft and Ratings — CASR Part 61 (Edition 7) Instrument 2020

1          Name and commencement

       1.1     This instrument is the Prescription of Aircraft and Ratings — CASR Part 61 (Edition 7) Instrument 2020.

       1.2     This instrument commences on the day after it is registered.

2          Repeal

                 Instrument Prescription of aircraft and ratings — CASR Part 61 (Edition 6) Instrument 2019 is repealed.

Note   Instrument Prescription of aircraft and ratings — CASR Part 61 (Edition 6) Instrument 2019 was assigned the FRL number F2019L01133.

3          Definitions etc.

Note   In this instrument, certain terms and expressions have the same meaning as they have in the Civil Aviation Act 1988 and the regulations. These include: CASR, differences training, flight review, model, single-pilot type rating and variant.

       3.1     In this instrument:

cell, for a column of a table in a Schedule of this instrument, means each individual, undivided unit (regardless of its size) into which the column is subdivided.

CPDS means centre panel display system.

CR, at the end of a type rating designation, means cruise relief co-pilot.

CRFE, at the end of a type rating designation, means cruise relief flight engineer.

DTR means differences training required.

FE, at the end of a type rating designation, means flight engineer.

GVFD means global vision flight deck.

PEC means propeller engine control.

SP, at the end of a type rating designation, means single pilot.

       3.2     Column 1 of a table in a Schedule of this instrument is for general information only and is not intended to qualify or otherwise affect the meaning or operation of anything else in the Schedule.

4          Multi-engine aeroplanes in the single-engine aeroplane class

                 RESERVED (regulation 61.050 of CASR).

5          Type ratings — multi-crew aeroplanes

                 For paragraph 61.055 (1) (a) of CASR, for each multi-crew aeroplane model mentioned in a cell in column 2 of the table in Schedule 2, the type rating or type ratings mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4 may be granted for multi-crew operation.

6          Type ratings — multi-crew helicopters

                 For paragraph 61.055 (1) (a) of CASR, for each multi-crew helicopter model mentioned in a cell in column 2 of the table in Schedule 3, the type rating or type ratings mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4 may be granted for multi-crew operation.

7          Variants — multi-crew aeroplanes

                 For paragraph 61.055 (1) (b) of CASR, where the multi-crew aeroplane models mentioned in 1 or more cells of column 2 of the table in Schedule 2 have the same type rating, or ratings, as mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4, each model is a variant of the other models.

8          Variants — multi-crew helicopters

                 For paragraph 61.055 (1) (b) of CASR, where the multi-crew helicopter models mentioned in 1 or more cells of column 2 of the table in Schedule 3 have the same type rating, or ratings, as mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4 of the table, each model is a variant of the other models.

9          Differences training — multi-crew aeroplanes

       9.1     For paragraph 61.055 (1) (c) of CASR, if the abbreviation “DTR” appears in a cell of column 3 of the table in Schedule 2 corresponding with a type rating in column 4, then differences training is required for a person to exercise the privileges of the type rating in a variant mentioned in a corresponding cell in column 2 that is different from the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

       9.2     However, for subsection 9.1, differences training is not required for a variant that is in the same cell in column 2 as the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

10        Differences training — multi-crew helicopters

     10.1     For paragraph 61.055 (1) (c) of CASR, if the abbreviation “DTR” appears in a cell of column 3 of the table in Schedule 3 corresponding with a type rating in column 4, then differences training is required for a person to exercise the privileges of the type rating in a variant mentioned in a corresponding cell in column 2 that is different from the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

     10.2     However, for subsection 10.1, differences training is not required for a variant that is in the same cell in column 2 as the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

11        Multi-crew type ratings for which flight review or instrument proficiency check met by a single flight review

                 RESERVED (paragraph 61.055 (1) (d) of CASR).

12        Multi-crew type ratings for which instrument proficiency check met by a single instrument proficiency check

                 RESERVED (paragraph 61.055 (1) (e) of CASR).

13        Aeroplanes requiring a single-pilot type rating

                 For paragraph 61.060 (1) (a) of CASR, for each aeroplane type certificated for single-pilot operation and mentioned in a cell in column 2 of the table in Schedule 6, a single-pilot type rating is required.

14        Helicopters requiring a single-pilot type rating

                 For paragraph 61.060 (1) (a) of CASR, for each helicopter type certificated for single-pilot operation and mentioned in a cell in column 2 of the table in Schedule 7, a single-pilot type rating is required.

15        Type ratings — single-pilot aeroplanes

                 For subparagraph 61.060 (1) (b) (i) of CASR, for each aeroplane type certificated for single-pilot operation and mentioned in a cell in column 2 of the table in Schedule 6, the type rating or type ratings mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4 may be granted for single-pilot operation.

16        Type ratings — single-pilot helicopters

                 For subparagraph 61.060 (1) (b) (i) of CASR, for each helicopter type certificated for single-pilot operation and mentioned in a cell in column 2 of the table in Schedule 7, the type rating or type ratings mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4 may be granted for single-pilot operation.

17        Variants — single-pilot aeroplanes

                 For subparagraph 61.060 (1) (b) (ii) of CASR, where the single-pilot aeroplane models mentioned in 1 or more cells of column 2 of the table in Schedule 6 have the same type rating, or ratings, as mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4, each model is a variant of the other models.

18        Variants — single-pilot helicopters

                 For subparagraph 61.060 (1) (b) (ii) of CASR, where the single-pilot helicopter models mentioned in 1 or more cells of column 2 of the table in Schedule 7 have the same type rating, or ratings, as mentioned in the corresponding cell in column 4, each model is a variant of the other models.

19        Differences training — single-pilot aeroplanes

     19.1     For subparagraph 61.060 (1) (b) (iii) of CASR, if the abbreviation “DTR” appears in a cell of column 3 of the table in Schedule 6 corresponding with a type rating in column 4, then differences training is required for a person to exercise the privileges of the type rating in a variant mentioned in a corresponding cell in column 2 that is different from the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

     19.2     However, for subsection 19.1, differences training is not required for a variant that is in the same cell in column 2 as the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

20        Differences training — single-pilot helicopters

     20.1     For subparagraph 61.060 (1) (b) (iii) of CASR, if the abbreviation “DTR” appears in a cell of column 3 of the table in Schedule 7 corresponding with a type rating in column 4, then differences training is required for a person to exercise the privileges of the type rating in a variant mentioned in a corresponding cell in column 2 that is different from the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

     20.2     However, for subsection 20.1, differences training is not required for a variant that is in the same cell in column 2 as the variant for which the person first received the type rating.

21        Single-pilot type ratings for which flight review met by a single flight review

                 RESERVED (paragraph 61.060 (1) (c) of CASR).

22        Single-pilot type ratings for which instrument proficiency check met by a single instrument proficiency check

                 RESERVED (paragraph 61.060 (1) (d) of CASR).

23        Aircraft types for which flight review for a pilot type rating meets flight review requirements for a class rating

     23.1     For regulation 61.061 of CASR, the flight review requirements for the multi‑engine aeroplane class rating are met by a flight review for a multi-engine aeroplane pilot type rating in a multi-engine aeroplane that is mentioned in a cell in column 2 of the table in Schedule 10.

     23.2     RESERVED (regulation 61.061 of CASR (flight review requirements for the single‑engine helicopter class rating)).

24        Aircraft types for which flight training and flight review are required for exercise of privileges of a class rating — single-engine aeroplanes

                 For regulation 61.062 of CASR, a person may not exercise the privileges of a single-engine aeroplane class rating in an aeroplane of a type or model mentioned in a cell of column 2 of the table in Schedule 12 unless the person meets the flight training and flight review requirements in regulation 61.747 of CASR in any type or model of aeroplane mentioned in the same cell of the column.

25        Aircraft types for which flight training and flight review are required for exercise of privileges of a class rating — multi-engine aeroplanes

                 For regulation 61.062 of CASR, a person may not exercise the privileges of a multi-engine aeroplane class rating in an aeroplane of a type or model mentioned in a cell of column 2 of the table in Schedule 13 unless the person meets the flight training and flight review requirements in regulation 61.747 of CASR in any type or model of aeroplane mentioned in the same cell of the column.

26        Aircraft types for which flight training and flight review are required for exercise of privileges of a class rating — single-engine helicopters

                 For regulation 61.062 of CASR, a person may not exercise the privileges of a single-engine helicopter class rating in a helicopter of a type or model mentioned in a cell of column 2 of the table in Schedule 14 unless the person meets the flight training and flight review requirements in regulation 61.747 of CASR in any type or model of helicopter mentioned in the same cell of the column.

27        Single-engine helicopters that may be used for flight reviews for other types of single-engine helicopter

            RESERVED (regulation 61.063 of CASR).

Schedule 1          Multi-engine aeroplanes included in the single-engine aeroplane class

(See section 4, and CASR 61.050.)

RESERVED.


Schedule 2          Multi-crew pilot aeroplane type ratings, variants and differences training

(See sections 5, 7 and 9, and CASR 61.055 (1) (a), (b) and (c).)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Aeroplane models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

Airbus

A300 series (excluding A300‑600 series)

A300

A300(FE)

A310 series

A300-600 series

A300/310

A318 series

A319 series

A320 series

A321 series

A320 NX series

A321 NX series

A320

A330 series

A330

A330(CR)

A340 series

A340

A340(CR)

A380 series

A380

A380(CR)

Amphibian Aircraft Technologies

G-111

G-64/HU-16 series

 

ALBATROSS

ATR

ATR 42 series (without PEC)

ATR 72 series (without PEC)

DTR

ATR42/72

ATR 42 series (with PEC)

ATR 72 series (with PEC)

ATR 42 600 series

ATR 72 600 series

Beechcraft

Hawker Beechcraft Raytheon Aircraft

4000 (Horizon)

RA4000

390 Premier (all models)

 

RA390

Beechcraft

Hawker Beechcraft

Nextant

Beechjet 400

MU 300

DTR

BE400

BE400XT

Beriev Aircraft Company

Be-200ES

 

BER2E


The Boeing Company

B720

DTR

B707

B707(FE)

B707-100 series

        -300 series

B717 series

 

B717

B727-100 series

        -200 series

 

B727

B727(FE)

B737-100 series

        -200 series

 

B737-100/200


 

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Aeroplane models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

The Boeing Company


(contd)

B737-300 series

        -400 series

        -500 series

DTR

B737-300 to 900

B737-600 series

        -700 series

        -800 series

        -900 series

B737-BBJ series

B747-100 series

        -200 series

        -300 series

DTR

B747

B747(CR)

B747(CRFE) B747(FE)

B747-SP

B747-400 series

DTR

B747-400,

B747-400(CR)

B747-8 series

B757-200 series

        -300 series

DTR

B757/767

B757/767(CR)

B767-200 series

        -300 series

B777-200 series

        -300 series

DTR

B777/787 B777/787(CR)

B787-8 series

        -9 series

Bombardier Inc

DHC 8-100 series

DHC 8-200 series

DHC 8-300 series

DTR

DHC8

DHC 8-400 series

BD-700-1A series (without GVFD)

DTR

BBD700

BD-700-1A series (with GVFD)

BD-700-2A12 (Global 7500)

 

G7500

Challenger CL-600

Challenger CL-601 series

CL600/601

Challenger CL-604

DTR

CL604

Challenger CL-605

Challenger CL-650

Regional Jet

CRJ-100 series

       -200 series

Challenger 850

DTR

CL65

CRJ-700 series

       -900 series

       -1000 series

Challenger 870


Bristol

DAP

Beaufort

 

BEAUFORT

British Aerospace

ATP

BAE-ATP

AVRO RJ series

DTR

BAE146

BAe 146 series

CASA

EADS (Construction Aeronautics SA)

C212

CASA 212

CN-235

CN235


Cessna Aircraft Company

See Textron Aviation Inc

Consolidated Vultee

(formerly “Convair”)

See General Dynamics Corp

 

 



Dassault

Falcon 10

DTR

DA10/100

Falcon 100

Falcon 20 models

DTR

DA20/200

Falcon 200

Falcon 50

DTR

DA50/900

Falcon 50 EX

Falcon 900

Falcon 900 EX (Non‑EASy models)

Falcon 900 (all EASy models)

DTR

DA900 EASy

Falcon 900 (all EASy II models)

Falcon 2000 (excluding EX models)

DTR

DA2000

Falcon 2000 EX (excluding EASy models)

Falcon 2000 (all EASy models)

DTR

DA2000 EASy

Falcon 2000 (all EASy II models)

Falcon 7X (excluding EASy II models)

DTR

DA7X

Falcon 7X (all EASy II models)

De Havilland – Canada (Bombardier)

See Bombardier Inc and Viking Air

 

 

328 Support Services GmbH

(formerly “Dornier”)

DO 328-100 series

DO328-100

DO 328-300 series

DO328JET

Douglas

DC-3 (all piston engine models)

DC3

DC-3 (all turbine engine models)

DC3TP

DC-4

 

DC4

DC-6

 

DC6

DC-7

 

DC7

DC-8-70 series

 

DC8

DC8(FE)


Embraer S.A.

EMB 120 Brasilia series

 

EMB120

EMB 545 (Legacy 450)

EMB 550 (Legacy 500)

 

EMB550

ERJ 135 series

ERJ 140/145 series

 

EMB135/145

ERJ 170/175 (100/200 models)

ERJ 190/195 (100/200 models)

DTR

ERJ170/190

ERJ 190/195 E2 (300/400 models)

EMB 500 (Phenom 100) all models

DTR

PHENOM

EMB 505 (Phenom 300) all models


Fokker

Fairchild

FH227

 

FK27

F27 100-700 series

F27 MK 50

 

FK50

F28 series

 

FK28

F70 series

F100 series

 

FK70/100

General Dynamics Corp

Consolidated Vultee
(formerly “Convair”)

Convair 340

Convair 440

 

CV340/440

Convair 580

 

CV580

PBY-5 or 6 series

 

CATALINA


Gulfstream

Grumman

Grumman G-73AT

 

G73

Grumman G-159

 

G-159

Grumman G-1159

 

G-II/III

G-1159A

G-1159B

G-IV (all models)

 

G-IV

Gulfstream V

DTR

G-V

GIV-X (all models)

GV-SP (all models)

Astra 1125/G100 models

 

ASTRA

Galaxy 1126/G200 models

 

G200

G150

 

G150

G280

 

G280


 

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Aeroplane models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

 

Gulfstream

Grumman
(contd)

G650 (excluding models with ASC 901)

DTR

G-VI

 

G650 (models with ASC 901)

G650ER

 

Hawker Siddeley

BAe

HS 748 series

 

HS748

 

Jetstream 3100

Jetstream 3200

 

J31/32

 

Jetstream 4100

 

J41

 


Hawker Siddeley

British Aerospace (BAe)

Hawker Beechcraft

Raytheon Aircraft

HS125-700

DTR

BAE125

 

BAe 125-800 models

(excluding models with Proline 21)

BAe 125-1000 models

 

Hawker 125-800/850 models (with Proline 21)

Hawker 750 models

Hawker 900 models

 


Israel Aircraft Industries

Westwind 1124 models

WESTWIND

 


Lockheed

L-1049 series

 

L1049

L1049(FE)

 

L-188 Electra A models

DTR

L188

L188(FE)

 

L-188 Electra C models

 

L-100 (L-382)

 

L382

L382(FE)

 

SP-2

 

NEPTUNE

 

Learjet (Bombardier)

Learjet 31/35/36 models

 

LR31/35/36

 

Learjet 40/45 models

DTR

LR45/75

 

Learjet 70/75 models

 

Learjet 60

DTR

LR60

 

Learjet 60XR

 

LET

LET 410

LET 420

 

L420

 

McDonnell Douglas

DC-9 (all 10-50 series)

 

DC9

 

DC-9 80 series

DTR

MD80

 

MD 88 series

MD 90 series

 

MD 11 series

DTR

MD11

 

MD 10 series

 

North American

B-25 Mitchell

 

B-25

 

SAAB AB Aeronautics

SAAB 340 all models

 

SF340

 

Short Brothers

(formerly “Bombardier”)

Shorts 330

DTR

SD330/360

 

Shorts 360

 

Textron Aviation Inc

C510

 

C510

 

C525-CJ

C525-CJ1

C525A-CJ2

DTR

C525

 

C525-CJ1+

C525A-CJ2+

C525B-CJ3

 

C525B-CJ3+

 

C525C-CJ4

 

C525 M2-CJM2

 

C500

C501

DTR

C500/550/560

 

C550 (all models excluding Bravo)

C551 series

 

C560 V

 

C550 Bravo

C560 Ultra

C560 Encore

 

C560 Encore+

 

C560 XL (Excel)

C560 XLS

DTR

C560XL

 

C560 XLS+

 

C650 Citation III

C650 Citation VI

C650 Citation VII

 

C650

 

C680 Sovereign

DTR

C680

 

C680 Sovereign+

C680A Latitude

 

C750 Citation X

DTR

C750

 

Viking Air

HU-16D

 

ALBATROSS

 

CL-215T

CL-415

 

CL415

 

DH 4 Caribou

 

DHC4

 

DHC 7 series

 

DHC7

 

Note   For Schedule 2, additional multi-crew type ratings are represented by the following codes appended to a type rating:

                 (CR): cruise relief co-pilot

                       (CRFE): cruise relief flight engineer

                (FE): flight engineer.

Schedule 3          Multi-crew pilot helicopter type ratings, variants and differences training

(See sections 6, 8 and 10, and CASR 61.055 (1) (a), (b) and (c).)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Helicopter models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

Airbus Helicopters

Aerospatiale

Eurocopter or EADS

AS 332 L

DTR

AS332/EC225

AS 332 L2

EC225

SA 330

 

SA330

EC 175

 

EC175

Erikson Air-Crane

S 64 series

 

SK64

Leonardo

EH101

 

EH101

AW139

 

AW139

AW189

AW189

Sikorsky

S 55 (piston engine models)

DTR

SK55

S 55 (turbine engine models)

S 61

SK61

S 62

SK62

S 76A series

DTR

SK76

S 76B series

S 76C series

S 76D series

S 70 series

S 60 series

SK70

S 92

SK92

Schedule 4          Multi-crew type ratings for which flight review or instrument proficiency check met by a single flight review

(See section 11, and CASR 61.055 (1) (d).)

RESERVED.

Schedule 5          Multi-crew type ratings for which instrument proficiency check met by a single instrument proficiency check

(See section 12, and CASR 61.055 (1) (e).)

RESERVED.

Schedule 6          Single-pilot type-rated aeroplanes, type ratings, variants and differences training

(See sections 13, 15, 17 and 19, and CASR 61.060 (1) (a) and (b).)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Aeroplane models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

Beechcraft Corporation

Hawker Beechcraft

Raytheon Aircraft

See Textron Aviation Inc

Cessna

See Textron Aviation Inc

Dornier

RUAG Aerospace Services GmbH

Dornier 228 series

DO228

Eclipse Aerospace

EA500

EA500

Embraer

EMB 500 (Phenom 100) all models

DTR

PHENOM(SP)

EMB 505 (Phenom 300) all models

Grumman

G-73 Mallard (all piston engine models)

DTR

G73(SP)

G-73T Turbo Mallard

Mitsubishi Aircraft

MU-2 (all models)

MU2

Pilatus

PC-24

PC-24

Swearingen

Fairchild

M7 Aerospace

Metro II

Merlin IVA

DTR

SA226/227

Metro III/23

Merlin IVC

Merlin IIIC/300

Merlin IIB

Merlin III

Merlin IIIA

Merlin IIIB

Textron Aviation Inc

C510

C510(SP)

C525-CJ

C525-CJ1

C525A-CJ2

DTR

C525(SP)

C525-CJ1+

C525A-CJ2+

C525B-CJ3

C525B-CJ3+

C525C-CJ4

C525 M2-CJM2

 

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Aeroplane models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

Textron Aviation Inc (contd)

C500

C501

DTR

C500/550/560(SP)

C550 (all models excluding Bravo)

C551 series

C560 V

C550 Bravo

C560 Ultra

C560 Encore

C560 Encore+

King Air 300 (all models)

King Air 350 (all models)

DTR

BE350/1900

Beechcraft 1900 (all models)

Premier 390 (all models)

 

RA390(SP)

Schedule 7          Single-pilot type-rated helicopters, type ratings, variants and differences training

(See sections 14, 16, 18 and 20, and CASR 61.060 (1) (a) and (b).)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Helicopter models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

Agusta Westland

Agusta

See Leonardo

 

 

 

Bell Helicopters

See Bell Helicopter

Textron Inc.

Leonardo

 

 

 

Airbus Helicopters

Aerospatiale

Eurocopter

Kawasaki

BO 105 (all models)

 

BO 105

EC 135 (excluding H and CPDS models)

DTR

EC135

EC 135 (all CPDS models)

H 135 (T3H and P3H models)

AS 355

DTR

AS355

AS 355 N

BK117 (all A and B models)

DTR

BK117/EC145

BK117 C-1

BK117 C-2 (EC145 models)

BK117 D-2 (H145 models)

SA 365 (excluding all N and N3 models)

DTR

AS365/EC155

SA/AS 365 (N models excluding N3 models)

AS 365 N3

AS 365 N3+

EC 155

EC 175

 

EC175

Bell Helicopter

Textron Inc.

206 LT

 

BH206LT

Bell 214 (excluding Bell 214 ST)

BH214

Bell 214 ST

BH214ST

Bell 222

DTR

BH222/430

Bell 230

Bell 430

Bell 427

 

BH427

Bell 429

BH429


 

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Helicopter models and variants

(Column 2)

Differences training required

(Column 3)

Type ratings

(Column 4)

Bell Helicopter

Textron Inc.

Leonardo

Bell/AB212

DTR

BH212/412

Bell/AB412

Kaman

K-Max (K1200)

 

K1200

Leonardo

A 109 (all A and C models)

DTR

A109

A 109 E

A 109 K2

A 109 S

A 109 SP

AW 139

 

AW139

AW 169

 

AW169

AW189

 

AW189

MD Helicopters

MD 900 Explorer

DTR

MD900

MD 902S

 

PZL

W-3A Sokol

 

W3A

Sikorsky

S 58

 

SK58

S 58 (turbine engine models)

 

SK58T

S 61

 

SK61

S 76A series

DTR

SK76

S 76B series

S 76C series

S 76D series


Schedule 8   Single-pilot type ratings for which flight review met by a single flight review

(See section 21, and CASR 61.060 (1) (c).)

RESERVED.

Schedule 9          Single-pilot type ratings for which instrument proficiency check met by a single instrument proficiency check

(See section 22, and CASR 61.060 (1) (d).)

RESERVED.

Schedule 10       Types of multi-engine aeroplanes for which the conduct of a flight review for a pilot rating meets the flight review requirements for the multi-engine aeroplane class rating

(See subsection 23.1, and CASR 61.061.)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Types of multi-engine aeroplanes

(Column 2)

Licence entry (for administrative use only)

(Column 3)

Beechcraft Corporation

Hawker Beechcraft

Raytheon

See Textron Aviation Inc

 

MEA

Dornier

RUAG Aerospace Services GmbH

Dornier 228 series

Douglas

DC-3 (all piston engine models)

DC-3TP (all turbine engine models)

Grumman

G-73 Mallard (all piston engine models)

G-73T Turbo Mallard

G-73AT (multi-crew)

Mitsubishi Aircraft

MU-2 (all models)

Swearingen

Fairchild

M7 Aerospace

Metro II

Merlin IVA

Metro III/23

Merlin IVC

Merlin IIIC/300

Merlin IIB

Merlin III

Merlin IIIA

Merlin IIIB

Textron Aviation Inc

King Air 300 (all models)

King Air 350 (all models)

Beech 1900 (all models)

Schedule 11       Types of single-engine helicopters for which the conduct of a flight review for a pilot rating meets the flight review requirements for the single-engine helicopter class rating

(See subsection 23.2, and CASR 61.061.)

RESERVED.

Schedule 12       Types of single-engine aeroplanes for which flight training and flight review are required for exercising the privileges of the single-engine aeroplane class rating

(See section 24, and CASR 61.062.)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Types and models of single-engine aeroplanes

(Column 2)

Licence entry (for administrative use only)

(Column 3)

Aero Vodochody

Aero L-39 Albatros

L-39

Aero L-29 Delfin

L-29

BAC

BAC 167

BAC Jet Provost

STRIKEMASTER

Cessna

See Textron Aviation Inc

 

 

Cirrus Design Corp

SF-50

SF-50

Daher

TBM700 (all models)

TBM700

Kodiak 100

KODIAK

De Havilland

DH-115 Vampire

VAMPIRE

Hawker

Hunter

HUNTER

Mikoyan

MIG 15 (all models)

MIG-15

MIG 17 (all models)

MIG-17

MIG 21 (all models)

MIG-21

Pacific Aerospace

P-750 XSTOL

PAC750XL

Pilatus

PC12

PC-12

PC9

PC-9

PZL

TS-11 Iskra (all models)

ISKRA

Quest Aircraft

See Daher

 

 

SIAI – Maechetti

S211

S211

SOKO

Galeb G2

GALEB

Textron Aviation Inc

C208 Caravan (all models)

C2088

Schedule 13       Types of multi-engine aeroplanes for which flight training and flight review are required for exercising the privileges of the multi-engine aeroplane class rating

(See section 25, and CASR 61.062.)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Types and models of multi-engine aeroplanes

(Column 2)

Licence entry (for administrative use only)

(Column 3)

Aero Commander Gulfstream

Rockwell

Turbo Commander (all turbine engine models)

AC690

Beechcraft

See Textron Aviation Inc

 

 

Cessna

Reims

Continental Motors

See Textron Aviation Inc

 

 

Embraer

EMB-110 Bandeirante

BANDEIRANTE

Fouga

CM-170

MAGISTER

Government Aircraft Factory (GAF)

English Electric

N22 (all models)

N24 (all models)

NOMAD



Lockheed

L-10A

L-10A

Piaggio

P180 Avanti (all models)

P180

Piper Aircraft

PA-31T Cheyenne I (all models)

PA-31T Cheyenne II (all models)

PA31T

PA-42-720 Cheyenne III (all models)

PA42-720

PA-42-1000 Cheyenne 400

PA42-1000

Textron Aviation Inc

Reims/Cessna

Continental Motors

King Air 90 (all models)

BE90

King Air 200/250 (all models)

BE200/250

C425 (Conquest I)

F406

F406/C425

C441 (Conquest II)

C441

A-37 Dragonfly

A-37

Viking Air

DHC-6 (all models)

DHC6

Vulcanair SpA

AP68TP-600 Viator

AP68TP

 

 

 

Schedule 14       Types of single-engine helicopters for which flight training and flight review are required for exercising the privileges of the single-engine helicopter class rating

(See section 26, and CASR 61.062.)

Type certificate holders or manufacturer or manufacturer (see subsection 3.2)

(Column 1)

Types and models of single-engine helicopters

(Column 2)

Licence entry (for administrative use only)

(Column 3)

Agusta

A119 (Koala)

A119

Airbus Helicopters

Aerospatiale

Eurocopter

SA 341(Gazelle)

SA 342

GAZELLE

SA 315 (Lama)

SA/SE 313

SA 318

LAMA

SA 316 (SE3160)

SA 319

ALOUETTE

AS350

AS350

EC130

EC130

EC120

EC120

Bell Helicopters

Bell 47 (all piston engine models)

BELL 47P

Bell 47T (all turbine engine models)

BELL 47T

Bell 505

BELL 505

Bell 206

OH-58

BELL 206

Bell 204/205

UH-1

Bell 212SE

BELL 204/205

Bell 407

BELL 407

Enstrom

F-28 (all models)

280 (all models)

EN F28/280

480 (all models)

EN 480

Guimbal

Cabri G2

CABRI G2


Hiller

UH-12 (piston engine models)

HILLER 12P

UH-12 T (turbine engine models)

HILLER 12T

MD Helicopters

MD 500 (excluding NOTAR models)

Hughes 500 (all models)

Hughes 369 (all models)

MD 500

MD 500 (all NOTAR models)

MD 600

MD NOTAR

Robinson Helicopters

R22

R22

R44

R44

R66

R66

Sikorsky Aircraft Corp

Hughes 269 (all piston engine models)

Schweizer 300 (all piston engine models)

HU 300

Schweizer 330

Schweizer/Sikorsky S-333

Sikorsky S-434

SCHWEIZER 330/333

 

Schedule 15       Types of single-engine helicopters that may be used for flight reviews for other types of single-engine helicopters

(See section 27, and CASR 61.063.)

RESERVED.