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Certificate 11131

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Transport
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Safety and Security

Transport Dangerous
Goods Directorate
330 Sparks Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0N5
Transports
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Sécurité et sûreté

Direction générale du
transport des marchandises dangereuses
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Ottawa (Ontario) K1A 0N5

Equivalency Certificate

(Approval issued by the competent authority of Canada)

Certificate No.: SA 11131 (Ren. 2)

Certificate Holder: Austrian Airlines AG

Mode of Transport: Air

Issue Date: November 18, 2016

Expiry Date: March 31, 2019

CONDITIONS

This Equivalency Certificate authorizes Austrian Airlines AG to handle, offer for transport or transport, and authorizes any person to handle or transport on behalf of the certificate holder, by passenger aircraft, dangerous goods that are UN1223, KEROSENE, Class 3, Packing Group III, required for the purpose of fuelling the "Light of Peace" flame during transport, in a manner that does not comply with the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, under the following conditions:

(a) the lamps containing the dangerous goods are Thomas & William's Ltd. Miner's Safety Lamp. The lamps are seated in a padded metal containment box;

(b) the lamps are carried by a passenger as carry on baggage only;

(c) a copy of this Equivalency Certificate is given to the pilot-in-command upon boarding the aircraft;

(d) the crew members of the aircraft are given a verbal briefing about the carriage of the lamps;

(e) no more than two lamps are carried on board the aircraft;


Equivalency Certificate

(Approval issued by the competent authority of Canada)

SA 11131 (Ren. 2)

CONDITIONS

(f) the lamps contain no more fuel than the quantity adequate for the duration of the flight and the fuel is contained in a leakproof reservoir;

(g) while on board the aircraft, the safety lamps are under the constant supervision of an accompanying person;

(h) the person accompanying the safety lamps is adequately trained in:

(i) the safe handling and transportation practices for dangerous goods, including the characteristics of the dangerous goods,

(ii) the reasonable emergency measures taken to reduce or eliminate any danger to public safety that results or may reasonably be expected to result from an accidental release of the dangerous goods;

(i) at least one fire extinguisher is kept within reach of the person accompanying the safety lampsat all times;

(j) the person accompanying the safety lamps is trained in the use of the fire extinguisher;

(k) the padded metal containment box containing the lamps is installed in the last row of the economy seating with the accompanying person. The row in front of the lamps is blocked so that no passengers are near the flame;

(l) the lamps, while on board the aircraft, may be lit by the accompanying person, but must not be refilled on board the aircraft;

(m) the lamps are adjusted to the lowest flame setting required;

(n) the padded metal containment box with the safety lamps are loaded onto the airplane once airplane re-fueling has been completed;

(o) in the case of transit stops, the padded metal containment box with the safety lamps lit, can remain in the cabin during pressure refueling provided the person accompanying the safety lamp remains on board and approved procedures for aircraft re-fueling with passengers onboard are followed;


Equivalency Certificate

(Approval issued by the competent authority of Canada)

SA 11131 (Ren. 2)

CONDITIONS

(p) sections 4.3 (Information to be provided to the pilot-in-command in case of in-flight emergency), 4.4 (Reporting of dangerous goods accidents, and incidents) and 4.8 (Emergency response information) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air apply;

(q) the certificate holder ensures that the personnel handling and transporting the dangerous goods is trained in regards to the conditions of this Equivalency Certificate and a paper or electronic copy of this Equivalency Certificate accompanies the dangerous goods.

Note: The issuance of this Equivalency Certificate in no way reduces the certificate holder's responsibility to comply with any other requirements of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air, the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code, and the Canadian Aviation Regulations not specifically addressed in this certificate.

Signature of Issuing Authority

_____________________________

David Lamarche, P. Eng., ing.

Chief,

Approvals and Special Regulatory Projects


Equivalency Certificate

(Approval issued by the competent authority of Canada)

SA 11131 (Ren. 2)

(The following is for information purposes only and is not part of this certificate.)

Contact Person: Robin McDougall

Paralegal

The Lufthansa Group

Legal Department, NTC CJ/U

1640 Hempstead Turnpike

East Meadow NY 11554

USA

Telephone: 516-296-9284

Facsimile: 516-296-9399

E-mail: robin.mcdougall@dlh.de

Explanatory Note

This Equivalency Certificate allows the transportation of the symbolic "Light of Peace" flame sustained by UN1223, KEROSENE, Class 3, Packing Group III, in passenger carrying aircraft.

Legend for Certificate Number

SH - Road, SR - Rail, SA - Air, SM - Marine

SU - More than one Mode of Transport

Ren. - Renewal



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Date modified:
2017-06-19