Travel will happen again! What do I need to know if I want to bring my drone to Canada?
NOTE: These rules apply to drones weighing 250g to 25kg! Micro Drones are exempt from registration or pilot certification in Canada! If your domestic country requires a certificate to fly Micro Drones, it’s probably a good idea to carry it, and still write your phone number on the Drone in case you lose it!
What to do to apply as a foreign operator in Canada:
– Write either the Basic or Advanced RPAS Exam
– Apply for an SFOC, obtain an ATS number
– Conduct your Flight Review (if Advanced)
– Obtain approval from NAV Canada (if Advanced)
– Fly Safe!
0:18 Foreign Pilot?
0:34 What is a Foreign Operator?
0:45 What do I do?
0:51 Bad jokes
1:15 Step 1
1:42 Step 2
1:57 Step 3
2:14 Step 3.5
2:21 Step 4?
2:47 That’s It!
3:16 SALE! SALE! SALE!
Transport Canada Drone Management Portal – https://tc.canada.ca/en/aviation/drone-safety
Transport Canada SFOC Information Page –
Basic Pilot Certificate – https://coastaldrone.co/basic-pilot-certificate-drone-training-coastal-drone/
Advanced Pilot Certificate – https://coastaldrone.co/advanced-pilot-certificate-coastal-drone/
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