Transportation Information Regulations (SOR/96-334)

Regulations are current to 2017-09-27 and last amended on 2017-06-09. Previous Versions

Information

  •  (1) A level I air carrier, level II air carrier, level III air carrier or level IV air carrier must provide to the Minister financial information, including

    • (a) a summary of its land, buildings, ground equipment and flight equipment accounts that sets out, in respect of an annual reporting period,

      • (i) the gross investments at the beginning and at the end of the calendar year,

      • (ii) the additions to and retirement of assets, and

      • (iii) the accumulated depreciation at the beginning and at the end of the calendar year; and

    • (b) a statement of changes in its financial position that sets out, in respect of a quarterly reporting period, the increases and decreases in

      • (i) working capital,

      • (ii) operating activities, including net income, items not affecting cash, net change in non-cash working capital and cash provided by operating activities,

      • (iii) financing activities, including long-term debt, subordinated debt, dividends paid and cash provided by financing activities, and

      • (iv) investing activities, including fixed assets and cash flow related to investing activities.

  • (2) A level I air carrier that operates scheduled services, and a level II air carrier, level III air carrier, level IV air carrier or foreign air carrier that operates a scheduled service with at least one aircraft whose maximum certificated take-off weight is more than 25 000 kg, must provide to the Minister operational information about each take-off or landing in Canada or abroad of a scheduled service flight that originates in, is destined for or makes a stopover at an aerodrome in Canada, including

    • (a) the date and time of the take-off or landing and the aerodrome where it took place;

    • (b) the flight number, if there is one;

    • (c) the flight’s origin and destination;

    • (d) in the case of a take-off, the next aerodrome on the flight;

    • (e) in the case of a landing, the previous aerodrome on the flight;

    • (f) the passenger capacity and the cargo capacity;

    • (g) the aircraft’s model and registration mark;

    • (h) the number of revenue passengers and the number of non-revenue passengers enplaning, deplaning, arriving, departing and transiting;

    • (i) the mass of freight and the mass of mail enplaning, deplaning, arriving, departing and transiting;

    • (j) the number of pieces and the mass of checked luggage presented for security screening; and

    • (k) information as to whether the aircraft is a passenger aircraft or a freighter.

  • (3) A level II air carrier, level III air carrier, level IV air carrier or foreign air carrier that operates a scheduled service only on aircraft whose maximum certificated take-off weight is not more than 25 000 kg must provide to the Minister information aggregated on a quarterly basis about

    • (a) the number of revenue passengers transported between each city-pair, in each direction, on a coupon origin and destination basis;

    • (b) the mass of freight and mail transported between each city-pair, in each direction, on an on-board origin and destination basis; and

    • (c) the destinations of its non-stop flights from each aerodrome that it serves, and the number of those flights to each destination.

  • (4) A level I air carrier, level II air carrier, level III air carrier, level IV air carrier or foreign air carrier that operates a charter service, whether or not available to the public, on an aircraft whose maximum certificated take-off weight is 5 670 kg or more must provide to the Minister operational information about each charter flight that it operates with the aircraft and that originates in, is destined for or makes a stopover at an aerodrome in Canada, including

    • (a) the date and time of each take-off and landing and the aerodrome where it took place;

    • (b) the flight number, if there is one;

    • (c) the passenger capacity and the cargo capacity;

    • (d) the aircraft’s model and registration mark;

    • (e) the number of revenue passengers and the number of non-revenue passengers transported between each city-pair, including city-pairs that are not Canadian cities, on an on-board origin and destination basis or an enplaned and deplaned basis;

    • (f) the mass of freight and the mass of mail transported, on an on-board origin and destination basis;

    • (g) the number of pieces and the mass of checked luggage presented for security screening;

    • (h) information as to whether the flight terminates at the same aerodrome where it originated; and

    • (i) the code that identifies the type of charter permit issued by the Canadian Transportation Agency.

  • (5) A level I air carrier or level II air carrier that transported more than 600,000 revenue passengers by scheduled service in each of the two previous calendar years must provide to the Minister information about each revenue passenger’s complete itinerary, including

    • (a) the passenger’s origin and destination;

    • (b) the connecting points;

    • (c) the operating air carrier, the advertised air carrier and the fare basis code, for each leg; and

    • (d) the total fare paid.

  • (6) A level I air carrier, level II air carrier, level III air carrier or level IV air carrier must provide to the Minister information about each aircraft in its fleet, including

    • (a) its make, model and year of construction;

    • (b) the make, model and year of construction of its engine;

    • (c) the amount and type of fuel it consumed on domestic flights; and

    • (d) the amount and type of fuel it consumed on international flights.

  • (7) An air carrier that transported dangerous goods between Canada and another country must provide to the Minister the UN number assigned to the goods by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.

  • (8) An air carrier referred to in subsection (2), (3) or (4) must provide the information required by that subsection electronically using Transport Canada’s Electronic Collection of Air Transportation Statistics program.

  • SOR/2013-196, s. 6;
  • SOR/2014-285, s. 2.

 A level I air carrier, level II air carrier or level III air carrier that transported more than 10 000 tonnes of cargo in the previous calendar year, and a foreign air carrier that transported more than 10 000 tonnes of cargo to or from Canada in the previous calendar year, must provide to the Minister information about the supply chain, including

  • (a) if the air carrier is a participant in the International Air Transport Association’s Cargo 2000 program, the date and time and the location of each step within the supply chain, as determined by the Cargo 2000 program; or

  • (b) if the air carrier is not a participant in the International Air Transport Association’s Cargo 2000 program,

    • (i) the date and time when, and the location where, each shipment of the cargo was delivered to the carrier, and

    • (ii) the date and time when, and the location where, each shipment of the cargo was ready to be picked up from the carrier.

  • SOR/2013-196, s. 6.
  •  (1) A general aviation operator must provide to the Minister, in respect of the aircraft that it operates for general aviation for purposes that are not exclusively recreational,

    • (a) if at least one of the aircraft has a maximum certificated take-off weight of 5 670 kg or more, information about each flight, including

      • (i) the departure and arrival aerodrome,

      • (ii) the aircraft’s model and registration mark,

      • (iii) the type of operator certificate under which the flight was operated, and

      • (iv) the number of passengers and the amount of cargo on board;

    • (b) if none of the aircraft has a maximum certificated take-off weight of 5 670 kg or more, information aggregated on a quarterly basis about each aircraft, including

      • (i) its model and registration mark,

      • (ii) the number of passengers it transported,

      • (iii) the types of operator certificates under which the flights were operated,

      • (iv) the ten most frequented aerodromes,

      • (v) its base of operation,

      • (vi) the number of take-offs and landings for flights to and from the same aerodrome, between two aerodromes in Canada or between an aerodrome in Canada and an aerodrome outside of Canada, and

      • (vii) the average distance flown;

    • (c) its expenses, including its expenses for maintenance and fuel, aerodrome fees, airport fees, air navigation fees and other fees; and

    • (d) the number of aircraft and the amount of fuel they consumed.

  • (2) A general aviation operator must provide the information required by subsection (1) electronically using Transport Canada’s Electronic Collection of Air Transportation Statistics program.

  • SOR/97-92, s. 2;
  • SOR/2013-196, s. 6.
 
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