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What you need to know about Transport Canada’s proposed new and amended Canadian Aviation Regulations and how SGS can help you comply.

Good news is coming for both commercial and recreational unmanned aerial vehicle 
(UAV) users. Transport Canada has recently published proposed new and amended Canadian Aviation Regulations that are easy to follow, flexible and balanced, while still supporting innovation and safe recreational use.

Our aviation compliance team has more than 20 years of experience in providing professional audit and advisory services globally on all aviation matters. As a leader in quantifying and qualifying risk management and protection strategies, we set the benchmark for Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) standards and can assist you in all areas of general aviation and RPAS activities.

What do the proposed rules cover?

The proposed rules significantly reduce the requirement for Special Flight Operations Certificates (SFOCs). This is significant as it will allow operators who meet and comply with clearly defined rules to operate freely without first obtaining permission from Transport Canada. 

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