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AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) GEN 1. NATIONAL REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS GEN 1.1 Designated Authorities The designated authorities responsible for facilitating international air navigation and
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AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) GEN 1. NATIONAL REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS GEN 1.1 Designated Authorities The designated authorities responsible for facilitating international air navigation and their addresses are provided in the following subsections Civil Aviation Transport Canada is the responsible aeronautical authority in Canada. Transport Canada, Safety and Security Assistant Deputy Minister 330 Sparks Street Ottawa ON K1A 0N8 Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network (AFTN): CYHQYAYB The Transport Canada, Aerodromes and Air Navigation Branch is responsible for the establishment and administration of the Regulations and Standards for the provision of AIS in Canada. Enquiries relating to regulations and standards for Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) should be addressed to: Transport Canada Civil Aviation Flight Standards (AARTA) 330 Sparks Street Ottawa ON K1A 0N8 Tel.: Fax: Transport Canada has five Regional Offices: Pacific Region Transport Canada Civil Aviation Suite Burrard Street Vancouver BC V6Z 2J8 Tel.: Fax: Prairie and Northern Region Transport Canada Civil Aviation 344 Edmonton Street P.O. Box 8550 Winnipeg MB R3C 0P6 Tel.: Fax: Publication Date: 04 FEB 16 GEN 1 1 PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Ontario Region Transport Canada Civil Aviation 4900 Yonge Street, 4th Floor Toronto ON M2N 6A5 Tel.: Fax: Quebec Region Transport Canada Civil Aviation 700 Leigh Capréol Dorval QC H4Y 1G7 Tel.: Fax: Atlantic Region Transport Canada Civil Aviation P.O. Box 42 Moncton NB E1C 8K6 Tel.: Fax: GEN 1 2 Publication Date: 04 FEB 16 AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Air transport services (overflights and technical stops): Transport Canada National Operations Branch Foreign Operations Division (AAROF) Place de Ville, Tower C, 7th floor, 330 Sparks Street Ottawa ON K1A 0N5 Tel.: Fax: AFTN: CYHQYAYB Figure 1.1.1: Transport Canada Regions Note: Under normal circumstances, foreign air operators are encouraged to use to contact the Foreign Operations Division during normal working hours. Outside of normal working hours and in a time-critical situation, Transport Canada Aviation Operations (TCAO) may be reached 24 hours a day by calling or or by ing Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 GEN 1 3 PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) In accordance with the Civil Air Navigation Services Commercialization Act, NAV CANADA is responsible for the provision of aeronautical information services (AIS) and air traffic control (ATC) services in Canada. NAV CANADA 77 Metcalfe Street Ottawa, ON K1P 5L6 Canada Tel.: (disregard the last digit if in North America) Fax: Meteorology Customs Aviation Weather Services NAV CANADA 77 Metcalfe Street Ottawa, ON K1P 5L6 Canada Tel.: (disregard the last digit if in North America) Fax: Canada Border Services Agency 191 Laurier Avenue West Ottawa, ON K1A 0L8 Canada Tel.: (EN) (Canada) (FR) (Canada) or (outside Canada) Fax: Immigration Citizenship and Immigration Canada 365 Laurier Avenue West Ottawa, ON K1A 1L1 Canada Tel.: (Canada) If anywhere outside of Canada, contact the Canadian embassy, high commission or consulate responsible for your region. For contact information, refer to the Visa Offices section of Citizenship and Immigration Canada s website: www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/offices/missions.asp Visa Offices GEN 1 4 Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Health Health Canada Tunney's Pasture, 1918-A-1 Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9 Canada Tel.: Fax: En Route and Aerodrome and Heliport Charges NAV CANADA Customer Service 77 Metcalfe Street Ottawa, ON K1P 5L6 Canada Tel.: (disregard the last digit if in North America) Fax: Agricultural Quarantine Canadian Food Inspection Agency 59 Camelot Drive Ottawa, ON K1A 0Y9 Canada Tel.: Fax: Aircraft Accident Investigation National Transportation Safety Board (TSB) of Canada office: Transportation Safety Board of Canada Place du Centre, 4th Floor 200 Promenade du Portage Gatineau, QC K1A 1K8 Canada Toll-free (within Canada): Toll: Fax: TTY: Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 GEN 1 5 PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Regional TSB offices: TSB Pacific Regional Manager, TSB-AIR Number Five Road Richmond, BC V6X 2T4 Canada Toll-free (within Canada): Toll: Fax: TSB Western Regional Manager, TSB-AIR A Avenue Edmonton, AB T5S 1V8 Canada Toll-free (within Canada): Toll: Fax: TSB Central Regional Manager, TSB-AIR Century Street Winnipeg, MB R3H 0Y1 Canada Toll-free (within Canada): Toll: Fax: TSB Ontario Regional Manager, TSB-AIR 23 East Wilmont Street Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1A3 Canada Toll-free (within Canada): Toll: Fax: TSB Quebec Regional Manager, TSB-AIR 185 Dorval Avenue, Suite 403 Dorval, QC H9S 5J9 Canada Toll-free (within Canada): Toll: Fax: TSB Atlantic Regional Manager, TSB-AIR 150 Thorne Avenue Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Z2 Canada Toll-free (within Canada): Toll: Fax: GEN 1 6 Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Prohibitions concerning aircraft operations and/or provision of aeronautical products may have been imposed by Canada. Persons or companies wishing to conduct business with other States should first consult with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) for detailed information on any sanctions imposed by Canada in respect to any business with a particular State pertaining to the importation/exportation of aeronautical products, services, or experts. Enquiries related to export controls should be directed to: Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Deputy Director Economic Law Section Tel.: Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada Export Controls Division (TIE) 125 Sussex Ottawa, ON K1A 0G2 Tel.: Fax: GEN 1.2 Entry, Transit and Departure of Aircraft General All flights into, over or from the territory of Canada, as well as all flights landing in the territory of Canada, are to be carried out in accordance with Canada s civil aviation regulations. Aircraft landing in or departing from the territory of Canada are required to first land at an aerodrome at which customs control facilities have been provided. For information about which aerodromes provide customs service, see the Canada Flight Supplement or the Water Aerodrome Supplement, Section B, Aerodrome/Facility Directory. If the heading CUST (customs) appears in an aerodrome table, the aerodrome is an airport of entry (AOE) with customs service for international flights Commercial Flights Aircraft flying on international commercial operations (other than Canada and US operations) can use the aerodromes listed in Table 1.2.2, International Commercial Flight Aerodromes. General aviation operators are not limited to the aerodromes available for commercial flights in Table They must consult the Canada Flight Supplement or the Water Aerodrome Supplement, Section B, Aerodrome/Facility Directory, for information on all registered civil and military aerodromes in Canada. Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 GEN 1 7 PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Calgary International (CYYC) CFB Goose Bay (CYYR) 1, 2 Edmonton International (CYEG) Gander International (CYQX) Halifax/Stanfield International (CYHZ) Table 1.2.2, International Commercial Flight Aerodromes Regular-Use Aerodromes Québec/Jean Lesage International (CYQB) St. John s International (CYYT) Stephenville (CYJT) Toronto/Lester B. Pearson International (CYYZ) Vancouver International (CYVR) Hamilton (CYHM) Victoria International (CYYJ) 5 Montréal International (Mirabel) (CYMX) 6 Montréal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau International (CYUL) CFB Goose Bay (CYYR) 2 Iqaluit (CYFB) Alternate-Use, Refuelling Only Aerodromes Alternate-Use Aerodromes Winnipeg/James Armstrong Richardson International (CYWG) Ottawa/Macdonald-Cartier International (CYOW) Stephenville (CYJT) Prince George (CYXS) Abbotsford (CYXX) Montréal International (Mirabel) (CYMX) 6 CFB Comox (CYQQ) 3 Windsor (CYQG) CFB Goose Bay (CYYR) 1, 2 Notes: 1. CFB Goose Bay may be used by all international and domestic general and commercial aircraft. Civilian aircraft do not require prior permission to use the aerodrome. Military aircraft that use CFB Goose Bay can refer to the Canada Flight Supplement, Section B, Aerodrome/Facility Directory, and Section E, Military Flight Data and Procedures, for information on the general conditions under which the aerodrome is available for use. 2. Supplies and services for passengers at CFB Goose Bay are limited. Use of CFB Goose Bay as an alternate or refuelling stop should be planned accordingly. 3. While a runway at CFB Comox aerodrome is suitable for large aircraft engaged in international operations, the facilities for refuelling and handling large civil aircraft and for providing immigration, health and passenger amenity services are extremely limited. Operators using CFB Comox aerodrome as an international alternate and requiring these facilities and services can anticipate extensive delays and passenger discomfort. 4. For regular, general aviation use. 5. For use by international non-scheduled air transport. 6. Mirabel is intended for scheduled cargo, only. No aircraft handling and ground services are available International Commercial Flights Operating into and out of Canada or Transiting Canadian Airspace All foreign commercial air operators are required to conduct commercial air transport service aircraft flights into or out of Canada or over Canadian airspace in accordance with the appropriate procedures for scheduled and non-scheduled air transport services. GEN 1 8 Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Commercial Air Transport Service Flights into and out of Canada For scheduled commercial air transport service aircraft flights into and out of Canada, the foreign air operator must hold a Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate (FAOC) issued by the Minister of Transport in accordance with Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs), section , Application ; be designated an air operator in accordance with a bilateral air services agreement between Canada and the State of certification of the foreign air operator, or according to any other arrangement between the two States; and possess a scheduled international service licence issued by the Canadian Transportation Agency. For non-scheduled air transport service aircraft flights into and out of Canada, the foreign air operator must hold a Canadian FAOC issued by the Minister of Transport in accordance with CARs, section , Application ; obtain prior permission from the Canadian Transportation Agency unless the commercial air transport service is otherwise provided for in a bilateral air services agreement between Canada and the State of certification of the foreign air operator; and possess a non-scheduled international service licence issued by the Canadian Transportation Agency. Commercial Air Transport Service Flights Registered in an ICAO Member State If an aircraft is registered in an ICAO member State, a foreign commercial air operator can transit Canadian airspace or conduct technical stops at Canadian airports for scheduled and non-scheduled commercial flights without further authorization from Transport Canada provided the air operator holds a current Canadian FAOC valid for the type of aircraft being operated. If the foreign air operator does not hold a Canadian FAOC valid for the type of aircraft being operated, the air operator must request flight authorization ten working days prior to the flight. The request for authorization must include the following information: The name of the foreign air operator and the call sign of the flight or flights; The type of aircraft to be flown, the aircraft registration and the seating capacity; A list of the dangerous goods being carried or, if no dangerous goods are being carried, a statement that reads No dangerous goods are being carried ; A statement that reads The aircraft is airworthy and is being operated under the authority of a normal certificate of airworthiness that has been issued pursuant to Article 31 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation ; and The proposed flight routing, including the last point of departure outside of Canada; the first point of entry into Canada; the date and time of arrival at and departure from any Canadian airport or airports; and the place or places abroad where passengers and freight will be embarking and disembarking. Forward the request to the Foreign Inspection Division Overflight Desk by aeronautical fixed telecommunications network (AFTN), fax or AFTN: CYHQYAYB Fax: Publication Date: 13 NOV 14 GEN 1 9 PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Commercial Air Transport Service Flights Registered in a Non-ICAO Member State If an aircraft is registered in a State that is not an ICAO member, a foreign commercial air operator must obtain permission through diplomatic channels prior to operating a commercial air transport service flight to or from a Canadian airport or through Canadian airspace. The State of the air operator must provide complete information about the flight in a diplomatic note to the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, and include the following details: The name of the foreign air operator and the call sign of the flight or flights; The type of aircraft to be flown, the aircraft registration and the seating capacity; A list of the dangerous goods being carried or, if no dangerous goods are being carried, a statement that reads No dangerous goods are being carried ; A statement that reads The aircraft is airworthy and is being operated under a flight authority that is equivalent to the certificates of airworthiness that are issued pursuant to Article 31 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation ; and The proposed flight routing, including the last point of departure outside Canada; the first point of entry into Canada; the date and time of arrival at and the departure from any Canadian airport or airports; and the place or places abroad where passengers and freight will be embarking and disembarking. State Aircraft Flights to and from a Canadian Airport or Transiting Canadian Airspace A foreign commercial air operator of a State aircraft must obtain permission through diplomatic channels prior to operating a flight to or from a Canadian airport or transiting Canadian airspace. The State of the air operator must provide complete information about the flight in a diplomatic note to the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, and include the following details: The name of the foreign air operator and the call sign of the flight or flights; The type of aircraft to be flown and the aircraft registration or identification; and The proposed flight routing, including the last point of departure outside Canada; the first point of entry into Canada; the date and time of arrival at and departure from any Canadian airport or airports; and the place or places abroad where passengers and freight will be embarking and disembarking. GEN 1 10 Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Aircraft Flights Operated Pursuant to a Flight Authority Other than a Normal Certificate of Airworthiness When a foreign air operator of a foreign-registered aircraft that is to be operated under the authority of a special flight permit or special flight authority, and the aircraft does not conform to Article 31 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation and Annex 8, Airworthiness of Aircraft, to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, the operator of the aircraft is required to get the Foreign Inspection Division, Transport Canada, to validate the aircraft s special flight permit or authority prior to operation to or from a Canadian airport or through Canadian airspace. Notes: 1. To initiate the process of obtaining a Canadian FAOC, contact the Foreign Inspection Division, Transport Canada, at the following address: Transport Canada National Operations Branch Foreign Operations Division (AAROF) Place de Ville, Tower C, 7th floor 330 Sparks Street Ottawa ON K1A 0N5 Tel.: Fax: Foreign Operations Applications and Inquiries 2. To be designated in accordance with a bilateral agreement, consult the foreign commercial air operator s regulatory authority. 3. To apply for a licence, contact the Canadian Transportation Agency at the following address: Secretary Canadian Transportation Agency Ottawa ON K1A 0N9 Tel.: Fax: TTY: Off-loading persons, personal belongings, baggage, goods or cargo during a technical landing at a Canadian airport will be permitted where circumstances require it to ensure the safety of persons or property. Permission to transfer the persons, personal belongings, baggage, goods, cargo and/or crew to another aircraft must be obtained from Transport Canada and the following Canadian inspection services: Canada Border Services Agency Citizenship and Immigration Canada Health Canada Canadian Food Inspection Agency 5. If the aircraft is carrying dangerous goods, the following information is required: The class, quantity (weight in each class), and shipping name of the dangerous good or goods and the United Nations number, as well as a statement indicating that the dangerous goods are packaged in accordance with the International Air Transport Association Regulations/ICAO Requirements, and if applicable, the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 GEN 1 11 PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Confirmation that the civil aviation authority of the State from which the flight originates and the civil aviation authority of the air operator have authorized the flight. 6. To apply for a flight authority validation contact the Foreign Inspection Division, Transport Canada at the following address: Transport Canada National Operations Branch Foreign Operations Division (AAROF) Place de Ville, Tower C, 7th floor 330 Sparks Street Ottawa ON K1A 0N5 Tel.: (general inquiries) Fax: Foreign Operations Division Overflights Desk When applying for the flight authority validation, submit the following documents along with the specified fee: A copy of the certificate of registration for the aircraft; name and address of the person who has legal custody and control of aircraft; A copy of the special flight permit or special flight authority, including all conditions required to be complied with when the aircraft is being operated; whether persons/cargo will be carried on board; purpose of the flight; The flight routing, including airport of departure, technical stops and airport of arrival; and A fee of $100 in Canadian funds payable by cheque or credit card. The cheque should be made out to the Receiver General of Canada. The credit card can be either MasterCard or Visa. Identify the type of credit card and include the name of the cardholder, the card number and the expiry date. Transport Canada will debit the amount owed. 7. Unless operational requirements dictate otherwise, technical stops for foreign commercial air operators will be restricted to the following international airports: Calgary (CYYC) Hamilton (CYHM) Stephenville (CYJT) Goose Bay (CYYR; military) Montréal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau (CYUL) Toronto (CYYZ) Edmonton (CYEG) Ottawa (CYOW) Vancouver (CYVR) Gander (CYQX) Québec (CYQB) Victoria (CYYJ) Halifax (CYHZ) St. John s (CYYT) Winnipeg (CYWG) The following information is important to note when making a technical stop: At civilian airports, the air operator is responsible for notifying the aerodrome manager and Canada Border Services Agency before the flight. Prior permission required (PPR) is normally necessary at Department of National Defence military airports. GEN 1 12 Publication Date: 25 JUN 15 AIP CANADA (ICAO) PART 1 GENERAL (GEN) Flight crews should consult the Canada Flight Supplement or an equivalent document for current civil or military aerodrome information Use of Department of National Defence and Civil High Arctic Aerodromes Commercial air operators wanting to use Department of National Defence and civil high arctic aerodromes, as w
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