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Message: [IAC-L:423] CAN-AM Aerobatic Championships - Experimentals in Canada

Follow-Up To: ACRO Email list (for List Members only)

From: "Anna Wood & Len Rulason" <awood at htonline.com>

Date: Mon, 14 Jul 1997 00:43:18 UTC


Message:

  For those pilots intending to fly in the CAN-AM Aerobatic Championships,
Labour Day Weekend in Collingwood, Ontario. Here is information on getting
permission to fly your experimental aircraft into Canada.

I have also included a copy of Len Rulason's request at the bottom. Use it
as a template for your own request if you wish.

Anna Wood
Assistant Contest Director
CAN-AM Aerobatic Championships

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Americans Flying Amateur-Builts to Canada

For the purpose of the validation of the U.S. Special Airworthiness
Certificate Experimental, issued to amateur-built aircraft owners wishing
to fly into Canada, Transport Canada requires the following information:

1) A photocopy of the Certificate of Registration
2) A photocopy of the Special Airworthiness Certificate Experimental
3) A photocopy of the Operating Limitations Sheet(s)
4) The period of time for which the validation is required
5) The address, postal or facsimile, to which the validation can be sent
6) The name and telephone number of the person to contact

This information should be forwarded to Transport Canada at least four (4)
weeks before the scheduled arrival.

Transport Canada
Mr. Bob Parker
Inspector, Aircraft Licensing and Special Flight Ops
General Aviation, Ontario Region
4900 Yonge Street, Suite 300
North York, Ontario, Canada M2N 6A5

416-952-0218      Fax: 416-952-0196
Internet:  ParkerB at tc.gc.ca

The validation is required to be carried on board the aircraft during the
flight operations into and out of Canada. This is outlined in your
Operating Limitation Documents.

------------------------------------

Leonard L. Rulason
2784 Musson Road
Howell, Michigan, USA 48843-8052


July 14, 1997


Mr. Bob Parker
Transport Canada
4900 Yonge Street, Suite 300
North York, Ontario, Canada M2N 6A5


Re: Validation of U.S. Special Airwothiness Certificate Experimental


Dear Mr. Parker,

This is to request validition of the U.S. Special Airwothiness Certificate
Experimental, I hold for my aircraft. I wish to fly my experimental
aerobatic aircraft into Canada for the purpose of participating in the
CAN-AM Aerobatic Championships to be held in Collingwood, Ontario from
August 29 - 31, 1997.

Port of Entry: Sarnia, Ontario
Proposed Date of Entry: August 28, 1997
Proposed Date of Exit: September 1, 1997

The validation can be sent to:

Leonard L. Rulason
2784 Musson Road
Howell, Michigan, USA 48843-8052

If you require further information I can be reached by phone at
517-548-3749. E-mail address is awood at htonline.com

I appreciate your time and effort in processing the above requested
validation.

Sincerly,



Leonard L. Rulason


Enclosure:
Photocopies of: Certificate of Aircraft Registration
                Special Airwothiness Certificate
                Operating Limitations 


                


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