Canadian Aviation Regulations (CAR)
CARs are published by Transport Canada and regulate Canadian air traffic.
Transport Canada is a government agency tasked with creating Canadian Aviation Regulations (CAR). These regulations are designed to enhance safety, efficiency and environmentally responsible air travel throughout Canada.
CARs are the result of the consolidation of the Air Regulations and Air Navigation Orders into a comprehensive eight-part publication. This Transport Canada initiative revised and updated existing regulations and standards in order to produce a more accessible, clear and logical set of regulatory documents.
The CARs came into force on October 10, 1996.
Sections of the manual that are available:
- General provisions
- Aircraft identification and registration and operation of a leased aircraft by a non-registered owner
- Aerodromes, airports and heliports
- Personnel licensing and training
- General operating and flight rules
- Commercial air services
- Air navigation services
- Repeals and coming into force