4.01 What qualifications shall a Commuter Operations chief pilot hold?
4.02 What professional standards regarding the flight crew under his authority is the chief pilot responsible for?
4.03 Operations conducted under Subpart 704 of the Canadian Aviation Regulations require what type of operational control system?
4.04 What are the Operational Flight Plan requirements for local flights within 25 NM, or flights that terminate at the departure aerodrome?
4.05 What are the standards for conducting a take-off in IMC when weather conditions are above take-off, but below landing limits for the runway in use?
4.06 When the weather is below published take-off minima, what are the take-off alternate requirements for aeroplanes with certified engine-out take-off and climb performance?
4.07 What is the standard for an operator of aeroplanes to qualify to conduct a flight under IFR without naming an alternate aerodrome on the flight plan?
4.08 The weight and balance system shall specify for each flight how the air operator will establish and be responsible for the accuracy of what information?
4.09 Under which conditions may aeroplanes be fuelled with passengers on board, embarking or disembarking?
4.10 The pilot proficiency check Commuter Operations (aeroplane) shall be conducted in accordance with what PPC Schedule?
4.11 When must a PPC include a demonstration of instrument flight proficiency?
4.12 During a Commuter Aeroplane PPC, at what minimum altitudes shall approach to stalls be conducted?
4.13 During a Commuter Aeroplane PPC, which types of landings need to be demonstrated?
4.14 Where flight crew member training has expired for a period of 24 months or more, what training shall be completed for that flight crew member?
4.15 What upgrade training and checking is required for pilots who are qualified as a second-in-command on an aeroplane type?
4.16 An approved surface contamination initial and recurrent training program is required for all operations personnel to ensure they are aware of the hazards and procedures for ice, frost and snow critical contamination on aircraft. What shall the training program include?
4.17 Air operators shall provide Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT) avoidance training to all flight crewmembers operating aeroplanes approved for flight under what meteorological conditions?
4.18 Which subjects shall be covered by a flight crew member during line indoctrination?
4.19 High altitude training is required for all flight crew members operating aeroplanes above what altitude?
4.20 Where an air operator has assigned on board duties to a non-flight crew member, what training shall that person be given to perform the procedures relevant to the duties with which the person is to be involved?
4.21 What is a "flight watch system"?
4.22 When must a qualified person be on duty in a "class D" operational control system?
4.23 What are the requirements for right seat conversion training?
4.24 What are the requirements for Required Navigation Performance Capability (RNPC) Airspace?
4.25 What are the standards when establishing routes in uncontrolled airspace?