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Airside Vehicle Operating Permits

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Anyone wishing to operate a vehicle on the airside of an airport must obtain one of two AVOP permits from the airport operator:

  1. "DA" Airside Vehicle Operating Permit (AVOP)

    A Driver Apron (DA) AVOP allows the permit holder to operate a motorized vehicle on the apron areas and service roads of an airport.

    To acquire a “DA” AVOP, the permit applicant is required to:
    1. Complete an AVOP application stating the reason a “DA” AVOP is required.
    2. The employer or individual must provide proof of valid airside vehicle insurance.
    3. The regional airport manager or designated airport maintenance contractor must approve the application.
    4. Applicants must have proof they hold a valid driver’s licence.
    5. The applicant must study the student manual and pass a written exam and practical driving test.
       
  2. (D) Airside Vehicle Operating Permit (AVOP)

    A Driver (D) AVOP allows the permit holder to operate a motorized vehicle on all airside areas of an airport.

    To acquire a “D” AVOP, the permit applicant is required to:
    1. Complete an AVOP application stating the reason a “D” AVOP is required.
    2. The employer or individual must provide proof of valid airside vehicle liability insurance.
    3. Applicants must have proof they hold a valid driver’s licence.
    4. Applicants must obtain an Aeronautical Radiotelephone Operators Restricted Certificate from Industry Canada or a designated authority to issue an Aeronautical Radiotelephone Operators Restricted Certificate on behalf of Industry Canada. The Industry Canada study guide is available here and is listed as RIC-21.
    5. The regional airport manager or designated airport maintenance contractor must approve the application.
    6. The applicant must study the student manual and pass a written exam and practical driving test which includes airport radio communication procedures. ​​​​​​

Click here for the AVOP application form.