Nav Canada RPAS Flight Authorization Request Link
Flying your Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) in Canadian AirspaceAs of June 1, 2019, new Transport Canada regulations apply to all remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) operating in Canadian airspace. Owners of RPAs (also known as drones or UAVs) must follow the requirements for operating their RPA in each class of Canadian airspace.
What you need to knowAirspace in Canada is classified as controlled or uncontrolled. If you plan to operate in uncontrolled airspace (Class G), you will need a Transport Canada Pilot Certificate – Basic Operations. NAV CANADA does not provide authorization for RPA flights in uncontrolled airspace.
If you plan to operate your RPA in controlled airspace (Classes C, D or E) you must have a Transport Canada Pilot Certificate – Advanced Operations and you must obtain a written RPAS Flight Authorization from NAV CANADA, by submitting an RPAS Flight Authorization Request.
In addition, all RPA pilots must comply with all applicable legislation, including Canadian Aviation Regulations. For more information, see Transport Canada's Drone Safety page.
Submitting an RPAS Flight Authorization Request
To submit an RPAS Flight Authorization Request, follow these steps:
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