Canadian Aviation Regulations
(a) weather conditions preclude compliance with paragraph 602.114(b);
(b) flight visibility is not less than
(c) the aircraft is operated clear of cloud and with visual reference to the surface at all times; and
(d) authorization to do so has been requested and obtained from the appropriate air traffic control unit.
(2) Where aerodrome traffic permits, an air traffic control unit shall authorize a pilot-in-command to operate an aircraft in special VFR flight within a control zone if
(a) the pilot-in-command requests authorization to operate the aircraft in special VFR flight;
(b) when reported, ground visibility within the control zone is not less than
(c) the aircraft is equipped with radiocommunication equipment capable of maintaining communication with the appropriate air traffic control unit; and
(d) when the aircraft is operated during the night, the authorization is for the purpose of allowing the aircraft to land at the destination aerodrome.
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