LEARN TO FLY SAFELY & LEGALLY
Laws in Force in Canada
If your aircraft weighs less than 35 kg and is used for recreational purposes, you don’t need permission to fly, but please read and follow our safety guidelines.
Ref: web site Transport Canada et CI #600-002.
CAR 602.45 No person shall fly a model aircraft or a kite or launch a model rocket or a rocket of a type used in a fireworks display into cloud or in a manner that is or is likely to be hazardous to aviation safety.
- Follow the rules set out in the Canadian Aviation Regulations;
- Respect the Criminal Code as well as all municipal, provincial, and territorial laws related to trespassing and privacy;
- Follow the basic security guidelines.
No one should ignore the law.
- Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms;
- Criminal Code of Canada;
- Law on Environmental Protection;
- Act on the protection of personal information;
- Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act;
- Radio Communication Act;
- Canada Act Investigation Bureau Transportation Accident and Transportation Safety Board (TSB);
- Act on the transport of dangerous goods;
- Act Trespass;
- Customs Act;
- Regulations aircraft access to national parks.
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