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Canadian Aviation Regulations

Version of section 801.11 from 2021-07-07 to 2022-09-11:

  •  (1) Every flight service station set out in Table 1 to this section and every air traffic control unit set out in Table 3 to this section shall provide advisory services in English and French.

  • (2) Every air traffic control unit set out in Table 3 to this section shall provide air traffic services in English and French.

  • (3) Every temporary air traffic control unit located in the province of Quebec shall provide air traffic services in English and French.

  • (4) Every flight service station set out in Table 2 to this section shall provide, between any person operating an aircraft and any air traffic control unit set out in Table 3 to this section, a relay service of IFR air traffic control messages in English or French, as indicated by that person.

    TABLE 1

    Flight Service Stations where Advisory Services are Available in English and French

    • 1 
      Gatineau
    • 2 
      Îles-de-la-Madeleine
    • 3 
      Kuujjuaq
    • 4 
      La Grande Rivière
    • 5 
      Mont-Joli
    • 6 
      Rouyn
    • 7 
      Sept-Îles
    • 8 
      Val-d’Or
    • 9 
      Montréal International (Mirabel)

    TABLE 2

    Flight Service Stations where Relay Services of IFR Air Traffic Control Messages are Available in English and French

    • 1 
      Gatineau
    • 2 
      Îles-de-la-Madeleine
    • 3 
      Kuujjuaq
    • 4 
      La Grande Rivière
    • 5 
      Mont-Joli
    • 6 
      Québec
    • 7 
      Rouyn
    • 8 
      Sept-Îles
    • 9 
      Val-d’Or
    • 10 
      Montréal International (Mirabel)

    TABLE 3

    Air Traffic Control Units where Advisory Services and Air Traffic Control Services are Available in English and French

    • Area Control Centre
      • 1 
        Montréal
    • Terminal Control Units
      • 1 
        Bagotville
    • Air Traffic Control Towers
      • 1 
        Bagotville
      • 2 
        Montréal International (Pierre Elliott Trudeau)
      • 3 
        Ottawa International (Macdonald-Cartier)
      • 4 
        Québec International (Jean Lesage)
      • 5 
        St-Honoré
      • 6 
        St-Hubert
      • 7 
        St-Jean (Province of Québec)
      • 8 
        Montréal International (Mirabel)
  • SOR/2019-119, s. 44
  • SOR/2021-152, s. 12
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