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§ 121.205 

height of 50 feet in a steady gliding ap-
proach at a true indicated airspeed of 
at least 1.3 V

So

(2) The landing does not require ex-

ceptional pilot skill; and 

(3) The airplane is operating in stand-

ard atmosphere. 

§ 121.205

Nontransport category air-

planes: Landing limitations: Alter-
nate airport. 

No person may list an airport as an 

alternate airport in a dispatch or flight 
release for a nontransport category air-
plane unless that airplane (at the 
weight anticipated at the time of ar-
rival) based on the assumptions con-
tained in § 121.203, can be brought to a 
full stop landing within 70 percent of 
the effective length of the runway. 

§ 121.207

Provisionally certificated air-

planes: Operating limitations. 

In addition to the limitations in 

§ 91.317 of this chapter, the following 
limitations apply to the operation of 
provisionally certificated airplanes by 
certificate holders: 

(a) In addition to crewmembers, each 

certificate holder may carry on such an 
airplane only those persons who are 
listed in § 121.547(c) or who are specifi-
cally authorized by both the certificate 
holder and the Administrator. 

(b) Each certificate holder shall keep 

a log of each flight conducted under 
this section and shall keep accurate 
and complete records of each inspec-
tion made and all maintenance per-
formed on the airplane. The certificate 
holder shall make the log and records 
made under this section available to 
the manufacturer and the Adminis-
trator. 

[Doc. No. 28154, 61 FR 2611, Jan. 26, 1996] 

Subpart J—Special Airworthiness 

Requirements 

S

OURCE

: Docket No. 6258, 29 FR 19202, Dec. 

31, 1964, unless otherwise noted. 

§ 121.211

Applicability. 

(a) This subpart prescribes special 

airworthiness requirements applicable 
to certificate holders as stated in para-
graphs (b) through (e) of this section. 

(b) Except as provided in paragraph 

(d) of this section, each airplane type 
certificated under Aero Bulletin 7A or 
part 04 of the Civil Air Regulations in 
effect before November 1, 1946 must 
meet the special airworthiness require-
ments in §§ 121.215 through 121.283. 

(c) Each certificate holder must com-

ply with the requirements of §§ 121.285 
through 121.291. 

(d) If the Administrator determines 

that, for a particular model of airplane 
used in cargo service, literal compli-
ance with any requirement under para-
graph (b) of this section would be ex-
tremely difficult and that compliance 
would not contribute materially to the 
objective sought, he may require com-
pliance only with those requirements 
that are necessary to accomplish the 
basic objectives of this part. 

(e) No person may operate under this 

part a nontransport category airplane 
type certificated after December 31, 
1964, unless the airplane meets the spe-
cial airworthiness requirements in 
§ 121.293. 

[Doc. No. 28154, 60 FR 65928, Dec. 20, 1995] 

§ 121.213

[Reserved] 

§ 121.215

Cabin interiors. 

(a) Except as provided in § 121.312, 

each compartment used by the crew or 
passengers must meet the require-
ments of this section. 

(b) Materials must be at least flash 

resistant. 

(c) The wall and ceiling linings and 

the covering of upholstering, floors, 
and furnishings must be flame resist-
ant. 

(d) Each compartment where smok-

ing is to be allowed must be equipped 
with self-contained ash trays that are 
completely removable and other com-
partments must be placarded against 
smoking. 

(e) Each receptacle for used towels, 

papers, and wastes must be of fire-re-
sistant material and must have a cover 
or other means of containing possible 
fires started in the receptacles. 

[Doc. No. 6258, 29 FR 19202, Dec. 31, 1964, as 
amended by Amdt. 121–84, 37 FR 3974, Feb. 24, 
1972] 

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