Part 61: Scheduled Air Carrier Rules As Amended To October 15, 1942

1942
PART 61-SCHEDULED AIR CARRIER RULES 61.0 Provision for issuance. 61.00 Certificate required. 61.01 (Unassigned). 61.1 Service. 61.10 Service performed. 61.11 Schedules. 61.2 Route. 61.20 Route operation. 61.21 Regular route. 61.22 Regular stops. 61.23 Alternate airports. 61.24 Alternate route. 61.3 Aircraft. 61.30 Aircraft operation. 61.31 Single-engine aircraft. 61.32 Multi-engine aircraft. 61.33 Instruments. 61.34 Equipment. 61.35 Maintenance. 61.4.. Maintenance manual. 61.40 Necessity for.
more » ... 40 Necessity for. 61.41 Contents. 61.42 Form. 61.43 Delivery of copies. 61.44 Record of copies. 61.45 Changes. 61.46 Retirement of parts program. 61.5 Airmen. 61.50 Airmen utilization and changes. 61.51 First pilot. 61.52 Second pilot. See. 61,53 Pilot technique maintenance. 61,64 Radio operator. 61,55 Dispatchers. 61.6 Weather. 61.60 Reports. 61.7 Flight operations. €1.70 Prior to clearance. 61.71 Dispatching rules (for-clearance). 61.72 Flight preparation and take-off rules. 61.73 Flight course and enroute rules. 61.74 Flight altitude rules. 61.75 Instrument approach rules. 61.76 Landing rules. 61.77 Flight interruption rules. 61.78 General pilot rules. 61.79 Miscellaneous rules. 61.8 Operations manual. 61.80 Necessity for. 61.81 Contents. 61.82 Form. 61.83 Delivery of copies. 61.84 Record of copies. 61.85 Changes. 61.9 Reports. 61.90 General. 61.91 Monthly report. 61.92 Mechanical interruption. 61.93 " Weather interruption. 61.94 Mechanical record. 61.95 Irregularity report. 61.0 Provision for issuance. Pursuant to the provisions of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended, empowering the Administrator of Civil Aeronautics to issue air carrier operating certificates and the Board to establish minimum safety standards for the operation of air carriers to whom such certificates are issued, and for prohibiting flW operation or navigation of aircraft of such air carriers in violation thereof, the foHowmg' rules and regulations for the operation of scheduled air carriers engaged in interstate air transportation within the continental limits of the United States, in addition' to those prescribed elsewhere in the Civil Air Regulations, are hereby prescribed. 61.00 Certificate required. No air carrier shall operate aircraft in scheduled interstate air transportation within the continental limits of the United States carrying mail, goods, or persons, or any combination thereof unless such air carrier is possessed of a valid air carrier operating certificate issued by the Adniinistrator of Civil Aeronautics. 61.01 (Unassigned). 61.1 Service. 61.10 Service performed. No scheduled air carrier shall perform or render any service, as related to the carriage of mail, goods, or persons, or to day or night operation, until rated competent to render such service in the air carrier operating certificate issued by the Administrator. 61.11 Schedules. 61.110 Operations schedules. Shall be set up with due regard to sufficient time for the adequate servicing with fuel and oil at intermediate stops and to prevailmg win^, and on the basis of a cruising speed of the aircraft at not to exceed the specified cruismff power output of the engines as operated in the aircraft. All air carrier aircraft when being tested for ratings will be checked to determine cruising speeds that are to be approved. Block-to-block time shall be used in establishing time from stop to stop. 2 CIVIL AIR REGULATIONS 61.2 Route. 61.20 Route operation. No scheduled air carrier shall operate over any route or part thereof until rated competent to operate thereover in the air carrier operating certifi cate issued by the Administrator. 61.21 Regular route. The conduct of operations by a scheduled air carrier shall at all times be in strict accordance with the terms of its air carrier operating certificate. 61.22 Regular stops. Regular terminals and intermediate stops shall be used only as specified in the air carrier operating certificate. 61.23 Alternate airports. Regular terminals, intermediate stops, or other ade quate airports, may be used as alternates when used for the purpose of complying with clearance requirements, provided such alternates are listed as such in the air carrier operating certificate. 61.24 Alternate route. No scheduled air carrier shall operate over any alternate route until rated competent to operate thereover in the air carrier operating certificate issued by the Administrator, and the conduct of operations by such air carrier shall at all times be in strict accordance with the terms of its air carrier operating certificate. 61.3 Aircraft. 61.30 Aircraft operation* No scheduled air carrier shall operate any aircraft until rated competent with respect thereto in the air carrier operating certificate issued by the Administrator. 61.31 Single-engine aircraft. 61.310 Day operation over land. No single-engine seaplane shall be operated over land with passengers unless such aircraft can, at all times, reach open water suitable for a landing in the event of complete power failure. 61.311 Night operation over land. No single-engine aircraft shall be operated at night with passengers. 61.312 Day operation over water. The following rules shall govern the operation of single-engine aircraft in day operation over water: 61.3120 {a) No single-engine land aircraft shall be operated over water unless such aircraft can at all times reach land suitable for a landing in the event of a complete power failure. 61.3121 (b) No single-engine water aircraft may be operated over water unless a landing may be effected at all times within a distance of eight miles from shore, in the event of a complete power failure. 61.3122 (c) No single-engine water aircraft shall be operated over water, except during such time and seasons as permit the use of such water for landing without any hazard from floating ice or freezing water spray. 61.313 Night operation over water. No single-engine aircraft shall be operated at night with passengers. . ; t 61.32 Multi-engine aircraft. 61.320 Day operation oyer land. No multi-engine seaplane shall be operated over land more than 50 miles from open water suitable for a landing. 61.321 Night operation over land. No multi-engine seaplane shall be operated at. night over land with passengers, nor shall any such seaplane be operated at night over land with goods more than 50 miles from open water suitable for a landing. > 61.322 Day and night operation over water. The following rules will govern the operation of multi-engine aircraft in day or n ight operation over water: . , 61.3220 (a) No multi-engine land aircraft shall be operated over water, beyond gliding distance from shore without the aid of power, unless completely equipped for overwater flying, as provided in § 40.233. 61.3221 (b) No multi-engine aircraft shall be operated over water unless such aircraft can, at all times, maintain an altitude of at least 1,000 feet above the water, with any one engine inoperative and with the authorized load for the route or part thereof. PART 01 SCHEDULED AIR CARRIER RULES JJ 61.3222 (<?) No multi-engine seaplane shall be operated over water except during such time and seasons as permit take-off and landing without any hazard from floating ice or freezing water spray, at terminals and intermediate stops. 61.3223 (d) When one engine fails in a twin-engine land aircraft operating over water, the aircraft shall be headed toward, and thereafter continuously flown toward, a point on the nearest shore in terms of time where a safe landing may be made. 61.33 Instruments. No aircraft shall be operated in scheduled air, transportation service unless such aircraft is possessed of all instruments required by the provisions of § § 04.52 and 04.53 for the particular flight dispatched.
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