General operating and flight rules

General aviation, private and all-weather operations, equipment requirements, obstacle marking and lighting, de-icing, offences and enforcement.

Services and information

Better pilot decision-making

Weather, flight plans, situational awareness, human limits.

Maintaining pilot proficiency

Skill development, continual training.

Best practices in general aviation

Passenger safety briefings, personal checklists, flying with floats and skis, safe takeoff and landing.

Flying to Canada: what pilots should know

Pilot and aircraft documentation, flight planning, airspace navigation, customs, regulations.

Airspace obstacle marking and lighting

Obstruction marking and lighting, how to report an incident at a cell tower or aviation obstacle.

De-icing aircraft

Procedures and holdover times (HOT) for de-icing aircraft.

Apply for a private operator registration document

Private operator registration document application process.

Getting certified as a Category II and III (all-weather) operator

Certification for CAT II and III all-weather operations.

Aircraft equipment requirements

Master Minimum Equipment List, guidance book, electronic locator transmitters.

Aviation offences and enforcement

Aviation enforcement and processes, corporate and non-corporate offenders.

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