PHOTOS| FRANCAIS | LINKS | HOME | HAC COMMITTEE ACCESS
2210 Prince of Wales Drive, Unit 502 Nepean, ON K2E 6Z9
Get in touch with us
Send us an e-mail
On Monday May 15 2017, our association joined with eight other associations from across the country to speak with one voice in an open letter to the Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau on the subject of Fatigue Management. The associations have objected to proposed new Regulations on Fatigue Management on the basis that they will not improve safety, and that they do no recognize the unique requirements of diverse sectors of the commercial aviation community in Canada.
READ THE LETTER
A Guide to Chartering Helicopters?
July 12, 2018 - Recently, a couple of members contacted me to suggest that HAC should create a Guide to Chartering Helicopters. The Association is contacted with regularity from prospective customers, asking if the association can recommend a company to charter a helicopter from. I am constantly amazed how uninformed these individuals are about our industry.
July 12, 2018 - You may recall from a previous issue of the Newsletter, that Transport Canada is revisiting the definitions of Flight Time and Air Time that were recently imposed on the industry. The current definitions have been delivered to Justice, for their interpretation, and there has been some recent dialogue with HAC.
July 12, 2018 - Problems arising with the new draft regulations delayed their publication in Canada Gazette II in June. We are led to believe that the delays have occurred as a result of resistance from both Liberal and Conservative MPs, and from questions arising from Treasury Board staff.Learn More
July 12, 2018 - Attached for your information is a new Advisory Circular (AC) regarding Missed Approaches with Published Climb Gradients. The effective date for AC is July 18, 2018.
July 12, 2018 - CCAA workshops across Canada – Vancouver (BC), Calgary (AB), Saskatoon (SK), Mississauga (ON), Slemon Park (PEI) and Halifax (NS): July to October schedule here. For more information on CCAA workshops, click here.
July 12, 2018 - How many new workers does our industry need to keep its prime spot in the global industry? What are the most in demand occupations? How many women, in comparison to men, work in Canadian Aviation and Aerospace? Which colleges and universities in Canada train this highly skilled workforce? Learn More
July 12, 2018 - CCAA would like to remind readers of an important program in support of our workforce. CCAA administers federal wage subsidies for students working in an aviation or aerospace company and welcomes your questions about, and applications for, the Canadian Student Work Integrated Learning Program, SWILP. Whether you are an employer or a student, please see more about the program here.
Canadian Air Parts Ltd.
Dangerous Goods Management Service Inc. (DGMS)
Precise Flight Inc.
WSP Canada Inc.
St. Hubert, QC
Bajo Reef Helicopters Ltd.
Pitt Meadows, BC
Churchill Falls Labrador Corporation Limited
Churchill Falls, NL
Heli Dynamics Ltd.
Monashee Helicopters Ltd.
“Equip Yourself For Success with Public Workshops
January – March 2017 (Q1) Course Calendar”