Air transportation

Includes: Aeronautical Information Manual (TC AIM); aviation regulations; advisory circulars; flying drones; pilot and crew licensing; aircraft registration; airport and airline operations; aviation occurrence reporting.

Services and information

Air travel

Everything you need to know to prepare for a worry-free flight.

Aviation security

Learn how Canada works to keep our Canadian aviation system secure.

Flying a drone or an unmanned air vehicle

Find information on flying drones – also called air unmanned air vehicles – for recreation, work, or research.

Registering and leasing aircraft

Find information on how to register and lease aircraft.

Certification and licensing for air operators

Includes: certificate applications for air operators, foreign air operators, private air operators, and all-weather operators; air carrier licensing and charter permits.

Requirements for airlines, commuter air services, and air taxis

Includes: licensing and charter permits; tariff requirements; interline baggage rules; advertising air prices; flight attendant training standards.

Licensing for pilots and crew

Includes: getting trained and licensed as a pilot or crew member; aviation document booklets; flight crew licences, permits, and examinations.

Licensing for aircraft maintenance engineers (AME)

Includes: obtaining and renewing your aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) licence; finding an approved AME training organization.

Medical fitness for aviation

Includes: assessing medical fitness; fatigue management; ensuring workplace health and safety.

Operating airports and aerodromes

Includes: maintaining safe runways; managing noise from aircraft; de-icing procedures; land use in and near aerodromes; airport terminal accessibility; list of airports.

Reporting an aviation incident or concern

Includes: reporting a safety concern, accident, or laser strike; submitting a bird/wildlife strike report or service difficulty report.

Aviation accidents and investigations

Includes: investigations, reports, and recommendations by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada; reporting an aviation accident to the Transportation Safety Board; reporting unsafe acts or conditions.

Transportation of dangerous goods on aircraft

Includes: classifications of dangerous goods on aircraft; how to package, mark, label, and document dangerous goods on aircraft.

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