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TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER G—AIR CARRIERS AND OPERATORS FOR COMPENSATION OR HIRE: CERTIFICATION AND OPERATIONS

PART 125—CERTIFICATION AND OPERATIONS: AIRPLANES HAVING A SEATING CAPACITY OF 20 OR MORE PASSENGERS OR A MAXIMUM PAYLOAD CAPACITY OF 6,000 POUNDS OR MORE; AND RULES GOVERNING PERSONS ON BOARD SUCH AIRCRAFT

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Appendix
Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 89
Appendix
Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 97
Appendix
Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 106

Subpart A—GENERAL

§125.1
Applicability.
§125.3
Deviation authority.
§125.5
Operating certificate and operations specifications required.
§125.7
Display of certificate.
§125.9
Definitions.
§125.11
Certificate eligibility and prohibited operations.
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Subpart B—CERTIFICATION RULES AND MISCELLANEOUS REQUIREMENTS

§125.21
Application for operating certificate.
§125.23
Rules applicable to operations subject to this part.
§125.25
Management personnel required.
§125.26
Employment of former FAA employees.
§125.27
Issue of certificate.
§125.29
Duration of certificate.
§125.31
Contents of certificate and operations specifications.
§125.33
Operations specifications not a part of certificate.
§125.35
Amendment of operations specifications.
§125.37
Duty period limitations.
§125.39
Carriage of narcotic drugs, marihuana, and depressant or stimulant drugs or substances.
§125.41
Availability of certificate and operations specifications.
§125.43
Use of operations specifications.
§125.45
Inspection authority.
§125.47
Change of address.
§125.49
Airport requirements.
§125.51
En route navigation facilities.
§125.53
Flight locating requirements.
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Subpart C—MANUAL REQUIREMENTS

§125.71
Preparation.
§125.73
Contents.
§125.75
Airplane flight manual.
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Subpart D—AIRPLANE REQUIREMENTS

§125.91
Airplane requirements: General.
§125.93
Airplane limitations.
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Subpart E—SPECIAL AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS

§125.111
General.
§125.113
Cabin interiors.
§125.115
Internal doors.
§125.117
Ventilation.
§125.119
Fire precautions.
§125.121
Proof of compliance with §125.119.
§125.123
Propeller deicing fluid.
§125.125
Pressure cross-feed arrangements.
§125.127
Location of fuel tanks.
§125.129
Fuel system lines and fittings.
§125.131
Fuel lines and fittings in designated fire zones.
§125.133
Fuel valves.
§125.135
Oil lines and fittings in designated fire zones.
§125.137
Oil valves.
§125.139
Oil system drains.
§125.141
Engine breather lines.
§125.143
Firewalls.
§125.145
Firewall construction.
§125.147
Cowling.
§125.149
Engine accessory section diaphragm.
§125.151
Powerplant fire protection.
§125.153
Flammable fluids.
§125.155
Shutoff means.
§125.157
Lines and fittings.
§125.159
Vent and drain lines.
§125.161
Fire-extinguishing systems.
§125.163
Fire-extinguishing agents.
§125.165
Extinguishing agent container pressure relief.
§125.167
Extinguishing agent container compartment temperature.
§125.169
Fire-extinguishing system materials.
§125.171
Fire-detector systems.
§125.173
Fire detectors.
§125.175
Protection of other airplane components against fire.
§125.177
Control of engine rotation.
§125.179
Fuel system independence.
§125.181
Induction system ice prevention.
§125.183
Carriage of cargo in passenger compartments.
§125.185
Carriage of cargo in cargo compartments.
§125.187
Landing gear: Aural warning device.
§125.189
Demonstration of emergency evacuation procedures.
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Subpart F—INSTRUMENT AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

§125.201
Inoperable instruments and equipment.
§125.203
Communication and navigation equipment.
§125.204
Portable electronic devices.
§125.205
Equipment requirements: Airplanes under IFR.
§125.206
Pitot heat indication systems.
§125.207
Emergency equipment requirements.
§125.209
Emergency equipment: Extended overwater operations.
§125.211
Seat and safety belts.
§125.213
Miscellaneous equipment.
§125.215
Operating information required.
§125.217
Passenger information.
§125.219
Oxygen for medical use by passengers.
§125.221
Icing conditions: Operating limitations.
§125.223
Airborne weather radar equipment requirements.
§125.224
Collision avoidance system.
§125.225
Flight data recorders.
§125.226
Digital flight data recorders.
§125.227
Cockpit voice recorders.
§125.228
Flight data recorders: filtered data.
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Subpart G—MAINTENANCE

§125.241
Applicability.
§125.243
Certificate holder's responsibilities.
§125.245
Organization required to perform maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration.
§125.247
Inspection programs and maintenance.
§125.248
[Reserved]
§125.249
Maintenance manual requirements.
§125.251
Required inspection personnel.
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Subpart H—AIRMAN AND CREWMEMBER REQUIREMENTS

§125.261
Airman: Limitations on use of services.
§125.263
Composition of flightcrew.
§125.265
Flight engineer requirements.
§125.267
Flight navigator and long-range navigation equipment.
§125.269
Flight attendants.
§125.271
Emergency and emergency evacuation duties.
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Subpart I—FLIGHT CREWMEMBER REQUIREMENTS

§125.281
Pilot-in-command qualifications.
§125.283
Second-in-command qualifications.
§125.285
Pilot qualifications: Recent experience.
§125.287
Initial and recurrent pilot testing requirements.
§125.289
Initial and recurrent flight attendant crewmember testing requirements.
§125.291
Pilot in command: Instrument proficiency check requirements.
§125.293
Crewmember: Tests and checks, grace provisions, accepted standards.
§125.295
Check airman authorization: Application and issue.
§125.296
Training, testing, and checking conducted by training centers: Special rules.
§125.297
Approval of flight simulators and flight training devices.
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Subpart J—FLIGHT OPERATIONS

§125.311
Flight crewmembers at controls.
§125.313
Manipulation of controls when carrying passengers.
§125.315
Admission to flight deck.
§125.317
Inspector's credentials: Admission to pilots' compartment: Forward observer's seat.
§125.319
Emergencies.
§125.321
Reporting potentially hazardous meteorological conditions and irregularities of ground and navigation facilities.
§125.323
Reporting mechanical irregularities.
§125.325
Instrument approach procedures and IFR landing minimums.
§125.327
Briefing of passengers before flight.
§125.328
Prohibition on crew interference.
§125.329
Minimum altitudes for use of autopilot.
§125.331
Carriage of persons without compliance with the passenger-carrying provisions of this part.
§125.333
Stowage of food, beverage, and passenger service equipment during airplane movement on the surface, takeoff, and landing.
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Subpart K—FLIGHT RELEASE RULES

§125.351
Flight release authority.
§125.353
Facilities and services.
§125.355
Airplane equipment.
§125.357
Communication and navigation facilities.
§125.359
Flight release under VFR.
§125.361
Flight release under IFR or over-the-top.
§125.363
Flight release over water.
§125.365
Alternate airport for departure.
§125.367
Alternate airport for destination: IFR or over-the-top.
§125.369
Alternate airport weather minimums.
§125.371
Continuing flight in unsafe conditions.
§125.373
Original flight release or amendment of flight release.
§125.375
Fuel supply: Nonturbine and turbopropeller-powered airplanes.
§125.377
Fuel supply: Turbine-engine-powered airplanes other than turbopropeller.
§125.379
Landing weather minimums: IFR.
§125.381
Takeoff and landing weather minimums: IFR.
§125.383
Load manifest.
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Subpart L—RECORDS AND REPORTS

§125.401
Crewmember record.
§125.403
Flight release form.
§125.405
Disposition of load manifest, flight release, and flight plans.
§125.407
Maintenance log: Airplanes.
§125.409
Service difficulty reports.
§125.411
Airworthiness release or maintenance record entry.
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Subpart M—CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS AND SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS

§125.501
Purpose and definition.
§125.503
[Reserved]
§125.505
Repairs assessment for pressurized fuselages.
§125.507
Fuel tank system inspection program.
§125.509
Flammability reduction means.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 125—Additional Emergency Equipment
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 125—Criteria for Demonstration of Emergency Evacuation Procedures Under §125.189
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 125—Ice Protection
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 125—Airplane Flight Recorder Specification
Appendix
Appendix E to Part 125—Airplane Flight Recorder Specifications


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