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AIP Canada

The AIP Canada has three parts: Part 1 - General (GEN), Part 2 - Enroute (ENR) and Part 3 - Aerodromes (AD). AIP Canada Supplements (SUPs) and Aeronautical Information Circulars (AICs) are also found on this page.

The Current Issue is for the current publication date and remains on the site until the expiry date. The Next Issue is for the next effective publication date and is posted no later than ten days prior to the effective date.

The Publication ScheduleOpen a new window lists the 56-day cycle publication dates for the AIP Parts 1 to 3 and the 28-day cycle publication dates for SUPs and AICs. 

Minor editorial changes may be made to the AIP Canada without notice. All substantive changes are clearly marked with a vertical bar in the left-hand margin.

Part 1 - General (GEN) contains general information about the AIP Canada and Canadian Domestic Airspace (CDA). It has five sections, numbered 0 through 4, and each section is paginated separately: GEN 0 is paginated 0-1 to 0-10, GEN 1 is paginated 1-1 to 1-35, and so on.

Part 2 - Enroute (ENR) contains information required for flight through CDA. It has eight sections, numbered 0 through 7, and each section is paginated separately: ENR 0 is paginated 0-1 to 0-3, ENR 1 is paginated 1-1 to 1-10, and so on. 

Part 3 - Aerodromes (AD) contains information about Canadian aerodromes and heliports. It has four sections, numbered 0 through 3, and each section is paginated separately: AD 0 is paginated 0-1 to 0-3, AD 1 is paginated 1-1 to 1-2, and so on.

Tables and figures are numbered according to the section or subsection in which they appear.

List of changes: Part 1 – GEN, GEN 0.6 Table of Contents to Part 1 (GEN), GEN 2.2.1, GEN 3.4.3.1

Part 2 – ENR, ENR 0.6 Table of Contents to Part 2 (ENR), 3.1, 3.1.1, Figure 3.1.1-1, Figure 3.1.1-2, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4, 3.1.5, 3.1.6, 3.1.7, 3.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 3.2.4, 3.2.5, 3.2.6, 3.2.7, 3.3, 3.4, 3.4.1, 3.4.2, 3.4.3, 3.4.4, Table 3.4.4, 3.4.5, 3.4.6, 3.4.7, 5.5

Part 3 – AD, AD 0.6 Table of Contents to Part 3 (AD), 2.17, 2.24, 3.16, 3.23

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NOTAM Series Files

For a description of NOTAM series files, refer to GEN 3.1.3.4, NOTAMs.

Aerodrome NOTAM Series

Designated Airspace (Class F) NOTAM Series

NAVAID NOTAM Series

List of changes: 

Part 1 - GEN

Part 2 - ENR

Part 3 - AD

NOTAM Series Files

For a description of NOTAM series files, refer to GEN 3.1.3.4, NOTAMs.

Aerodrome NOTAM Series

Designated Airspace (Class F) NOTAM Series

NAVAID NOTAM Series

AIP Canada Supplements (SUPs) are available in one complete file or in separate files for each submission. New SUPs are identified by an asterisk (*). See the Supplement Summary in the Complete version of AIP Supplements for a list of cancelled SUPs.

Complete version of AIP Canada Supplements 

New AIP Canada Supplements

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Cancelled AIP Canada Supplements

SUP 60/21Open a new window *Remote Communications Outlet (RCO) Transfers from Winnipeg Flight Information Centre (FIC)* SUP 59/21Open a new window *Three Low Frequency Antennas—Matsqui, British Columbia* SUP 58/21Open a new window *Mobile Arrestor Gear at Cold Lake/Group Captain R.W. McNair (CYOD) Airport (Replaces NOTAM C1447/21)* SUP 57/21Open a new window *Multiple Cranes—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan*

SUP 56/21Open a new window New Taxiway at the Montréal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (CYUL) (Replaces AIP Supplement 35/20)

SUP 55/21Open a new window Instrument Procedure Amendments: St-Jean, QC (CYJN) and Montréal/Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau Intl, QC (CYUL)

SUP 54/21Open a new window Crane—Ottawa, Ontario 

SUP 53/21Open a new window Crane—Victoria, British Columbia

SUP 52/21Open a new window Cranes —Within 30 Nautical Miles of Toronto/Lester B. Pearson Intl Airport (Replaces AIP Canada Supplement 33/21)

SUP 51/21Open a new window Mobile Crane—Kelowna, British Columbia

SUP 50/21Open a new window New Reduced and Low Visibility Procedures at: Saint John, New Brunswick (CYSJ)

SUP 49/21Open a new window Cranes—Within 30 Nautical Miles of Vancouver Intl Airport (Replaces AIP Canada Supplement 36/21)

SUP 48/21Open a new window Cranes—Within 30 Nautical Miles of Montréal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport (Replaces AIP Canada Supplement 26/21)

SUP 45/21Open a new window Blasting—Schefferville, Quebec (Replaces AIP Canada Supplement 23/21)

SUP 44/21Open a new window Crane—Oshawa, Ontario (Replaces AIP Canada Supplement 1/21)

SUP 42/21Open a new window New Class F Restricted Airspace in Quebec (Replaces AIC 20/21)

SUP 40/21Open a new window Corrections to Toronto (AIR 5000) and Montreal (AIR 5002) VFR Navigation Charts  

Open a new windowSUP 37/21Open a new window Crane—Waterloo, Ontario

SUP 35/21Open a new window Quebec Region: Saint-Hubert Airport (CYHU)—Multiples Construction Projects 2021–2023 (Replaces NOTAM E1799/21)

SUP 34/21Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Windsor, Ontario

SUP 29/21Open a new window Quebec Region—Montmagny (CSE5) and Isle-Aux-Grues (CSH2) Airports—New Mandatory Frequency (MF) Area

SUP 24/21Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Kelowna, British Columbia

SUP 22/21Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Solmesville, Ontario

SUP 19/21Open a new window Toronto/Lester B. Peason International Airport, Ontario (CYYZ) Construction Activities: Spring 2021 Through Fall 2021

SUP 17/21Open a new window New Class F Advisory Airspace at Thunder Bay—Thunder Bay, Ontario (Replaces AIC 4/21) 

SUP 12/21Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Victoria, British Columbia

SUP 7/21Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Placentia, Newfoundland (Replaces AIP Supplement 27/20)

SUP 5/21Open a new window Cranes—Within 30 Nautical Miles of Calgary/YYC Calgary Intl Airport (Replaces AIP Supplement 54/20)

SUP 3/21Open a new window Tower Cranes—Red Deer, Alberta

SUP 83/20Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Kitchener, Ontario 

SUP 79/20Open a new window Quebec Region—Montreal / St-Hubert Airport (CYHU)—Mobile Cranes—September 2020 to June 2021 

SUP 73/20Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Kitimat, British Columbia 

SUP 66/20Open a new window Mauricie (Quebec)—Creation of a Common Frequency Area 

SUP 61/20Open a new window Crane—Barrie, Ontario

SUP 60/20Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta 

SUP 55/20Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Markham, Ontario 

SUP 52/20Open a new window Crane—Edmonton, Alberta 

SUP 51/20Open a new window Mobile Crane—Edmonton, Alberta 

SUP 41/20Open a new window Blasting—Baie-Comeau, Quebec 

SUP 23/20Open a new window Ontario Region—Laser Projection in the Vicinity of Egbert, Ontario—January 31, 2020 to January 31, 2025 (Replaces AIP Supplement 51/14)

SUP 2/20Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Kelowna, British Columbia 

SUP 67/19Open a new window Crane—Winnipeg, Manitoba 

SUP 59/19Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Winnipeg, Manitoba

SUP 31/19Open a new window Multiple Drilling Rigs—Conklin, Alberta

SUP 24/19Open a new window Multiple Drilling Rigs—Conklin, Alberta

SUP 22/19Open a new window Multiple Drilling Rigs—Conklin, Alberta 

SUP 7/19Open a new window Quebec Region—Cranes for the Construction of the New Champlain Bridge—December 2018 – June 2019 (Replaces AIP Supplement 4/18)

SUP 26/18Open a new window Adjustment to the Canada Air Defence Identification Zone (Replaces AIC 2/18)

SUP 24/18Open a new window Blasting Zone—Bloodvein, Manitoba (Replaces AIP Supplement 37/12)

SUP 11/18Open a new window Meteorological Tower—Arviat, Nunavut

SUP 37/17Open a new window Multiple Cranes—Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

SUP 5/17Open a new window Blasting Activity—Mackenzie, British Columbia 

SUP 4/17Open a new window Blasting Activity—Fort St. John, British Columbia 

SUP 40/16Open a new window Blasting Activity—Fort St. John, British Columbia

Aeronautical Information Circulars (AICs) are available in one complete file or in separate files for each submission. New AICs are identified by an asterisk (*). See the Aeronautical Information Circular Summary in the Complete version of Aeronautical Information Circulars (AICs) for a list of cancelled AICs.

Complete version of Aeronautical Information Circulars (AICs) 

New AICs

Cancelled AICs

AIC 36/21Open a new window *Notice of Automatic Dependent Surveillance: Broadcast Service Trial Below Flight Level 290*  AIC 34/21Open a new window *NAVAID Modernization Program: Phase 7*

AIC 33/21Open a new window Notifications on Overflying Conflict Zones Issued by Transport Canada (Replaces AIC 26/21)

AIC 32/21Open a new window Pre-Taxi Clearance Implementation at Flight Service Staffed Airports in Canada 

AIC 31/21Open a new window Expanded COVID-19 Flight Restrictions for Aircraft Carrying Passengers to Canada (Replaces AIC 27/21)

AIC 30/21Open a new window Overnight Air Traffic Service Red Deer Regional Airport, Alberta (CYQF)

AIC 29/21Open a new window Change in Hours of Community Aerodrome Radio Station at Dawson City, Yukon

AIC 28/21Open a new window Digital Aerodrome Air Traffic Services Provision for Fredericton Airport During Midnight Hours

AIC 25/21Open a new window Changes to Canadian SIGMET, AIRMET and TAF Bulletins

AIC 24/21Open a new window User Information for the Implementation of the Canadian Runway Surface Condition NOTAM Format 12 August 2021 (Replaces AIC 33/20 and AIC 37/20)

AIC 23/21Open a new window Decommission of VHF Direction Finding

AIC 22/21Open a new window Canada/USA Border Computer Navigation Fixes

AIC 18/21Open a new window Trial to Remove Flight Planning Requirement of Eastbound North American Routes (NAR) (Replaces AIC 34/20)

AIC 17/21Open a new window RNAV as Primary Approach on ATIS  

AIC 15/21Open a new window Notice of Operational Trial: New Runway Hold Position Markings, Placement and Lighting—Toronto/Lester B. Pearson International Airport 

AIC 11/21Open a new window Effects of Approach Light System Intensity on Instrument Flight Procedure Minima

AIC 10/21Open a new window Notice of Trial for Proposed Amended Preferential Runway System at Toronto/Lester B. Pearson International Airport (Replaces AIC 8/20)

AIC 9/21Open a new window Notice of Mandate to Apply Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) Procedures at Toronto/Lester B. Pearson International Airport (Replaces AIC 26/20)

AIC 8/21Open a new window Oblique Angle Intersection Use at Controlled Airports

AIC 5/21Open a new window Requesting Priority Handling for Flights Carrying COVID-19 Vaccines (Replaces AIC 3/21)

AIC 1/21Open a new window Changes to the Publication of Heliport Safety Area Surface Types

AIC 35/20Open a new window NAVAID Modernization Program—Phase 5 

AIC 30/20Open a new window New Procedures for the Use of a Ground Advisory Frequency at Mirabel (CYMX) Aerodrome (Supersedes AIC 26/18)

AIC 27/20Open a new window Airport Reservation Office Process at Toronto/Lester B. Pearson International Airport

AIC 28/18Open a new window Toronto/Lester B. Pearson International (CYYZ) New Night-Time Approach Procedures