National Parks of Canada Aircraft Access Regulations

Version of section 2 from 2013-01-31 to 2020-01-08:

  •  (1) Subject to section 5, it is prohibited for a person to conduct a take-off or landing of an aircraft in a park, other than in a park set out in column I of the schedule at a take-off and landing location set out in column II.

  • (2) It is prohibited for a person to conduct a take-off or landing of an aircraft in a park set out in any of items 1 to 9, 11 or 12, column I, of the schedule unless that person is the holder of a permit.

  • (3) It is prohibited for a person to conduct a take-off or landing of an aircraft in the park set out in item 13, column I, of the schedule, other than

    • (a) for non-commercial recreational purposes if the person is the holder of a permit; or

    • (b) to land in the case of a diversion or other emergency situation.

  • (4) It is prohibited for a person to conduct a take-off or landing of an aircraft in the park set out in item 14, column I, of the schedule, other than to land in the case of a diversion or other emergency situation.

  • (5) In the case of a landing referred to in paragraph (3)(b) or subsection (4), the person must

    • (a) notify the superintendent as soon as feasible after landing of

      • (i) the fact that they have landed at a take-off and landing location set out in item 13 or 14, column II, of the schedule, as the case may be, and

      • (ii) the nature of the diversion or other emergency situation; and

    • (b) obtain the superintendent’s authorization before take-off.

  • SOR/2004-299, s. 4
  • SOR/2013-10, s. 3
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