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Transport Canada is responsible for transportation policies and programs in the sovereign nation of Canada. It promotes safe, secure, efficient and environmentally-responsible transportation.

For information about ARSA’s Canadian Supplement and Cross-Reference Table for repair stations performing maintenance, preventive maintenance and alteration under the regulatory authority of the TCCA, visit the publications page.

 The latest ARSA news regarding TCCA is below; click here for archived items.

Judge Rules Air Canada Maintenance Must Stay in Canada

On Feb. 4, an opinion from the Quebec Superior Court held that Air Canada is required to keep maintenance work in Canada. Specifically, the court stated that the Air Canada…

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FAA and TCCA Sign New MIP

On March 14, 2011, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) signed the first revision to the Canadian Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP). This long awaited document…

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ARSA Seeks Methodology for Line Maintenance Carrier Listing

On Aug. 7 ARSA sent a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) requesting the agencies to provide…

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ARSA Submits Recommended Changes to US – Canadian MIP and FAA AC 43-10B

ARSA submitted two letters to the FAA recommending changes to the U.S. – Canadian Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP) and AC 43-10B. In the first letter, ARSA identified the need for…

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Recording Major Repairs on Canadian Products

ARSA recently requested that Transport Canada, Civil Aviation Directorate (TCCA) adopt a uniform policy for recording major repairs performed in the U.S. on Canadian aeronautical products. Under the Maintenance Implementation…

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