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Sunday, November 22nd 2015, 9:58pm

Certificate of Airworthiness für den Xenon4 in Kanada mit 600Kg MTOM!

Xenon4 jetzt legal mit 600Kg maximaler Abflugmasse in Kanada zertifiziert.

Weitere Informationen dazu auf der Homepage:

CofA 600Kg MTOW

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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 9:18am

Respekt, 600 kg MTOM mit 100 PS (912 ULS) ...

Welche Steigleistung wurde denn vollbeladen erreicht?

In dem Zusammenhang stellt sich für mich noch die Frage,wie denn die Lärmzeugnisanforderungen in Canada aussehen? Sind sie vergleichbar mit denen in Deutschland?

Dann wär ich wirklich beeindruckt 8)
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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 9:49am

Hallo Thomas,

die Konfiguration für Kanada beinhaltet natürlich die 135PS sowie einen 8,8m Rotor.

Der für Deutschland entwickelte Auspuff musste für Kanda nicht montiert werden.

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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 2:31pm

Herzlichen Glückwunsch zu dem Erfolg.

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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 3:46pm

...hhmmm ?( , im Special CofA steht doch 912ULS..? Was denn jetzt?


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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 4:12pm

Transport Canada show the following information for Xenon C-FIXQ

MTOW 560KG

see Tiny RL link below

http://tinyurl.com/ptlnb2a


Canada - Note that a "Special Certificate of Airworthiness" is NOT a full "Certificate of Airworthiness"

ii) An aircraft for which the Minister has issued a certificate of airworthiness, is considered to be fully in compliance with Article 31 of the ICAO Convention, hence meeting the code established in Annex 8 by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). Aircraft meeting this code can be flown without, in regard to airworthiness, further approval, in the airspace of any participating ICAO State. Conversely, an aircraft, for which a special certificate of airworthiness or a flight permit is issued by the Minister, is not considered to be in compliance with all requirements of the code of ICAO - Annex 8, and cannot be flown in the airspace of another country without special authorisation by the civil aviation authority of the other country.

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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 4:30pm

Canada,

Cavalon, Calidus, M24 Orion, M16 - all these have an operating eligibility of CAR-507-03(5)(C) - a standard "Special Certificate of Airworthiness"

C-FIXQ Xenon - at this moment Transport Canada show this ircraft with an operating eligibility of CAR-507-04(3) - a standard "Special Certificate of Airworthiness" but with restrictions for a Specific Purpose, for example


(3) Flight Permit - Specific Purpose

A specific purpose flight permit is issued for an aircraft which does not conform to the applicable airworthiness standards, but is capable of safe flight. It provides a flight authority in circumstances when a certificate of airworthiness is invalidated, or there is no other certificate or permit in force.

Information Note:

Specific purpose flight permits can be issued for:

(a) Ferry-flights to a base for repairs or maintenance;

(b) Importation or exportation flights;

(c) Demonstration, market survey, or crew training flights;

(d) Test purposes following repair, modification or maintenance; or

(e) Other temporary purposes.



If I understand the CA "news" then I think all that has happened is that the Xenon now joins all the other modern factory gyros at standard CAR-507-03(5)(C) - a standard "Special Certificate of Airworthiness" - ie it is no longer restricted to a "specific purpose" flight, only.


Nothing extraordinary.


If you enjoy TC Canada flight regulations here are the details

https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/r…s-507s-1804.htm


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