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.

Staying current and proficient as a pilot

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.

 

Air navigation obstacle marking and lighting

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

De-icing and anti-icing aircraft

Procedures and holdover time (HOT) guidelines for de-icing and anti-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.

 

Aviation offences and enforcement

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

Aviation safety management

State safety program, fatigue risk management.

 

2019-2020 Flight Crew Recency Requirements Self-Paced Study Program

Questionnaire for all pilots, 24-month recurrent training program requirements, Canadian Aviation Regulations 401.05(2)(a).

Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs)

Approved and accepted ELTs, installation and maintenance requirements and approvals, frequency specifications.

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