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"Flight Crew" is used to refer to pilots and flight engineers.
Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) has 5 Regional Licensing Offices that administer all operational flight crew licensing processes. The Regional Licensing Offices are strategically located to best assist the aviation industry and flight crew in their respective regions.
Flight Crew Licensing (FCL) headquarters, located in Ottawa, Ontario, is responsible for standardization and regulatory processes in harmonization with the standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and foreign civil aviation authorities.
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The Aviation Safety Letter (ASL) is Transport Canada Civil Aviation's quarterly online safety publication specifically targeted at the aviation industry. It focuses on accident prevention, safety education, and awareness.
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