(1) This regulation applies to a flight of an aeroplane if:
(a) the flight is in or through an area prescribed as a remote area by the Part 91 Manual of Standards; or
(b) the aeroplane is required, under Subpart 121.K, to carry a life raft for the flight.
(2) If an aeroplane is, or will be, used to conduct a flight to which this regulation applies, the operator's exposition must include the following:
(a) procedures for determining the survival equipment required for the area in or through which the flight will be conducted;
(b) for a flight mentioned in paragraph (1)(b)--procedures for determining the pyrotechnic signalling devices required to ensure the distress signals, set out in Appendix 1 to Annex 2, Rules of the Air , to the Chicago Convention, can be made.