THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
** ENTERING CANADA **
PILOT MUST HAVE
Pilot license (private or above), current medical certificate and proof of citizenship.
AIRCRAFT MUST HAVE:
1. Current airworthiness/registration certificates. Experimental aircraft must validate airworthiness certificate with Transport Canada prior to entry. Ferry flights must contact transport Canada prior to entry.
2. Radio station license and operator's permit. Two-way radio for flight in controlled airspace. Mode C for flight in class A, B, C and some class D airspace.
3. Operating limitations weight and valance documentation.
4. Public liability and private aircraft passengers liability insurance certificate. Owner's written permission for renters.
TO CLEAR BORDER
1. File a flight plan to an approved airport of entry (AOE). Arrive within established customs service hours to avoid callout charges.
2. Cal 1-888-CANPASS (226-7277) with estimated time of arrival (ETA) between 1 and 72 hours before entering Canada. Alternate number (604) 363-0343.
3. Notify Customs if ETA changes significantly. Notify Customs or RCMP is weather or emergency forces a change in destination.
4. Contact Customs at 1-888-CANPASS immediately upon arrival.
5. Proof of citizenship required for all persons on board.
6. Papers required for pets over 3 months.
Visual flight rules (VFR) in controlled airspace: 3 mi. vis, 500 ft. vertically and 1 mi. horizontally from cloud at least 500 ft. AGL in control zones. Class C airspace: clearance prior to entry. Class F airspace: CYR-stay out; CYA-proceed with caution. Canadian VRF over the top rules differ from US VFR on top.
REFER TO CANADA FLIGHT SUPPLEMENT (CFS) FOR:
Aerodrome directory, Mandatory and Aerodrome traffic Frequencies (MF/ATF), Customs AEOs, Intercept signals, and Search and Rescue signals. Refer to Canadian Aviation Regulations Before flight in Canada.
THIS DOCUMENT APPLIES TO OVERFLIGHT AND LANDING AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.