apply to Transport Canada, Civil Aviation for registration marks to be assigned to your aircraft;
apply to Transport Canada, Civil Aviation to register your aircraft;
provide aircraft-specific documentation with the application;
pay the applicable fee(s).
ensure your aircraft is ready for final inspection. This may require written confirmation from a Minister's Delegate - Recreational Aviation (MD-RA) or Transport Canada. You should contact Maintenance and Manufacturing in the appropriate Transport Canada, Civil Aviation office.
apply to the appropriate Transport Canada, Civil Aviation office for registration marks to be issued to the aircraft. Registration marks will be issued in the C-F or C-G series.
attach the proof of ownership document (e.g. bill of sale, statement of construction from plans or raw materials);
include a photo of the aircraft ID plate, clearly showing the name of the manufacturer, model and serial number;
include fee payment;
provide the form, attachments and fee to the appropriate Transport Canada, Civil Aviation office.
You will receive a Certificate of Registration in the mail from Transport Canada, Civil Aviation.
There is a $110.00 fee for registering your aircraft, payable to the Receiver General for Canada. There is no fee for issuing a mark, but there is a $45.00 fee for reserving a mark or a $140.00 fee for reserving or issuing a special mark.