Canadian TCCA Services

Canadian TCCA Services

The Transport Canada’s Civil Aviation (TCCA) Directorate is Canada’s civil aviation authority. It has existed since 1936, when civil aviation was transferred from the Civil Aviation Branch of the Department of National Defense. Transport Canada is responsible for regulation through the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) and Standards. It is also responsible for the safety certification and continuous safety oversight of commercial operations. The TCCA is additionally responsible for licensing pilots, dispatchers and mechanics as well as registering and inspecting aircraft.  The Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP) exist between the FAA and TCCA. The U.S. government and the Government of Canada entered into an agreement on June 12, 2000, for the Promotion of Aviation Safety. This agreement was revised on June 14, 2019, and signed by both countries on July 8, 2019. The FAA and TCCA agree to abide by the provisions outlined in these procedures. In accordance with these provisions, maintenance personnel and facilities in both countries are able to maintain the aeronautical products as long as they follow the provided provisions.

Our aviation consultants are highly experienced with the BASA between the FAA and the TCCA, and have assisted 14 CFR Part 145 Repair Stations in developing a suitable TCCA Supplement. Here is a brief list of services we provide to the aviation community:

Preparation of the required TCCA Supplements to meet the MIP requirements.
TCCA Supplements revision when necessary to meet the requirements.
Provide necessary training to the organizations and personnel.
Conducting Procedural and Products Audits to ensure compliance.
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14 CFR Part 135  Air Operators and 14 CFR Part 145 Air Agencies certification process consist of stages that are called phase system.  There are 5 distinct phases and each phase has multiple items that must be successfully completed prior to continuing into the next phase of the process.  Acceptable manuals are also an integral part of certifications.  Agencies or Air Operator manuals require FAA Acceptance or FAA Approval and no one knows that better than our professional team.

A Part 135 commuter or charter applicant, or a Part 145 Repair Station applicant will not be certificated until the FAA is confident that the prospective certificate holder understand the regulatory requirements and is able to remain in compliance with 14 CFR Part 135 or Part 145 and any other relevant parts.

We all know that manuals are essential part of any operations, no matter Part 91, 121, 133, 135, 145, 147 or other parts, you must have the required manuals.  Manuals must be customized for the size and the complexity of the organization, with expansion and growth of the operation in mind.

It is very important for each manual to be easy to follow and understand, hence the necessity for customization.  We are intimately familiar with the manuals creation and their regulatory compliance requirements.

We stand behind our work and guarantee everything we do.  Our guarantee for manual development is 100% meeting the requirements of each manual, and providing any necessary corrections or revisions to get the manual approved or accepted, whichever is required by the FAA.


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