The Aviation Safety Letter (ASL) is published quarterly and is only available online.
The ASL includes articles that address aviation safety from all perspectives, such as safety insight derived from accidents and incidents, as well as safety information tailored to the needs of all holders of a valid Canadian pilot licence or permit, to all holders of a valid Canadian aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) licence and to other interested individuals within the aviation community.
Once signed-up, you will receive an e-mail announcing the release of each new issue of the ASL, as well as a link to the main ASL Web page (read more).
For those that prefer a printed copy, you will be able to purchase a Print-on-Demand (POD) version (black and white) through Transport Canada’s Publication Order Desk at 1-888-830-4911 or by e-mail at MPS1@tc.gc.ca.
A DVD (TP185) containing all English and French issues of ASL, from 1973 through 2013, is available. These back issues are in PDF format only. Please note that the search function makes this an invaluable training tool for flight schools and training departments. Purchase your copy of this DVD.
The contents do not necessarily reflect official policy and, unless stated, should not be construed as regulations or directives. Letters with comments and suggestions are invited. All correspondence should include the author’s name, address and telephone number. The editor reserves the right to edit all published articles. The author’s name and address will be withheld from publication upon request.
Reprints of original ASL material are encouraged, but credit must be given to Transport Canada’s Aviation Safety Letter. Please forward one copy of the reprinted article to the Editor, Aviation Safety Letter.
Editor, Aviation Safety Letter Transport Canada (AARTT)
330 Sparks Street,
Ottawa ON K1A0N8