November 6, 2018 – Criminal conviction for drone pilot

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Criminal conviction for drone pilot

 

DECISIONS

  • Security clearance – Malafouris v Canada (Transport)2018 FC 1082
    Employee of Securitas Transportation Aviation Security Ltd working at YUL revoked security clearance – judicial review of minister’s decision – employee Mexican national – requested to provide criminal background check from Mexican police – employee unable to comply – employee told to withdraw application – security pass surrendered at airport – mistaken belief of withdrawal – application denied – decision quashed – application was not complete and therefore not receivable

 

CIRB DECISIONS

  • Revocation of certificate – Alma Airport Inc. – Order No. 11330-U
    CUPE Local 2541 consents to revocation of certification – board so orders
  • Amendment – Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Authority – Order No. 11328-U
    PSAC bargaining unit description amended to read: all employees of the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Authority, excluding firefighters, directors and those above the rank of director; chief, airport emergency rescue services; manager, human resources and administration; chief, airport safety and security; manager, airfield operations; manager, operations response; executive assistants to the president; administrative assistant to the vice-president finance and corporate services; administrative assistant to the Board’s secretary; executive assistant to the CEO; manager, compensation and benefits; assistant controller; manager, airport operations coordination centre; manager, groundside operations; manager, corporate and physical security; manager, procurement and contracting services; project support assistant; manager, business information and analytics; senior information technology architect; senior information technology architect-security and the senior financial analyst, business planning and analytics

 

CTA DECISIONS

  • Application – Albinati Aeronautics SA – Order No. 2018-A-186
    Exemptions from paragraph 33.1(b), subparagraph 73(2)(c)(i) and section 33.2 of the Air Transportation Regulations, SOR/88-58
  • Suspension – Kechika Valley Air Ltd. – Order No. 2018-A-185
    License No. 962570

 

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