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TC announces non-renewal of exemption NCR-019-2022 – Aviation Document Booklet (ADB) Expiration

Transport Canada reported to ATAC that there are very limited cases in which ADBs are not being issued within service standards (60 business days). Looking ahead and there are very few ADB’s expiring this year which should keep the workload manageable.


Transport has come to the conclusion that there is a need to renew NCR-019-2022 which will expire on February 28, 2023. Your feedback is needed if this is not the case. E-mail wgouveia@atac.ca.


Transport Canada looked at the issuance of ADBs to assess concerns about backlogs. It appears that there are very limited cases in which ADBs are not being issued within service standards (60 business days). Looking ahead there are very few ADB’s expiring this year which should keep the workload manageable. As such, TC does not feel that there is a need to renew NCR-019-2022 which will expire on Feb 28th, 2023. In order to ensure ADBs are issued in a timely matter, TC asks all applicants to apply at least 90 days before the expiry of their ADB. That being said, we do understand that there may be individual cases when we cannot meet the service standard. In these cases, the applicants should be eligible for a free temporary licence which can be sent by email. Please note that this exemption is only concerning the ADB booklets themselves. Temporary privileges written in said booklets are still exempt from the usual 90-day period by way of NCR-023-2022 which is valid until June 30th, 2023.

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