Skylegs Implements New Canadian Flight Time Limitations
Complying with Flight Time Limitations (FTL) regulations can be a complex and time-consuming task for operators, particularly as regulations are constantly updated and revised.
If you are an aircraft operator in Canada, you are no doubt aware of the importance of complying with the country’s Flight Time Limitations (FTL) regulations, as these are critical for ensuring the safety of passengers and crew, as well as the efficient operation of aircraft.
Fortunately, Skylegs has already implemented the new rules, making it easy for aircraft operators to stay compliant. A couple of months ago, Transport Canada released new regulations for air taxi operations (CARs 703) and commuter operations (CARs 704). We quickly updated our platform to incorporate these changes. Skylegs already supports the rules of private operations (CARs 604), and now we also include the new regulations for air taxi and commuter operations.
What does this mean for operators? They can easily and accurately calculate duty and rest periods for their crew, ensuring compliance with Canadian regulations without the need for additional costly implementation of different FTL rules. Skylegs’ FTL is part of the operations module, which means it is integrated with other features, including crew scheduling, dispatch, and reporting.
But that’s not all. Skylegs is adaptable to different FTL regulations around the world. In fact, our platform supports more than 20 other FTL regulations globally, making it a valuable tool for operators based in different countries. You can learn more about them here.
We are committed to supporting FTL regulations worldwide as part of our broader mission to provide the best solutions for aviation management. By offering a comprehensive range of features, we help operators streamline their operations and achieve greater efficiency and safety.
So if you’re an aircraft operator in Canada, go ahead and try out our operations module. Contact us today to learn more or to request a trial.