The Air Canada Pilots Association represents the largest single group of professional airline pilots in Canada.

With 4,000 members who fly passengers and cargo around the world on Air Canada and Air Canada rouge, ACPA serves a diverse and engaged membership via its headquarters near Toronto Pearson International Airport, and through regional representatives across pilot bases in Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver.

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Canada’s Aviation Fatigue Rules Less Safe than US

December 12, 201812 December 2018
New Fatigue Rules Brought in by Minister Garneau Too Risky for Overseas Flights at Night

ACPA Fatigue Rules Backgrounder

December 12, 201812 December 2018
Regulations Amending the Canadian Aviation regulations (Parts I, VI and VII — Flight Crew Member Hours of Work and Rest Periods), which was published in the Canada Gazette, Part II on December 12, 2018.

The Air Canada Pilots Association Applauds the Inclusion of Pilot Fatigue on the Transportation Safety Board’s 2018 Watchlist

October 30, 201830 October 2018
Inclusion of fatigue on the Watchlist underscores the importance of Canada’s fatigue regulations meeting or exceeding NASA recommendations.

Fatigue led to Air Canada pilot’s near collision, says safety board: Here’s what pilots say Transport Canada should do

September 26, 201826 September 2018
Global News reports a day after the NTSB released its findings regarding Air Canada flight 759.

U.S. National Transportation Safety Board fatigue findings a wakeup call for Ottawa

September 25, 201825 September 2018
The Air Canada Pilots Association calls on Canadian government to close the two-hour gap to protect Canadian passengers.

In FocusDans l’actualité

ACPA flies over Vimy

April 5, 20175 April 2017
ACPA is proud to support the Vimy Flight flypast in honour of the 100th anniversary of the First World War and the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Flying Too Close to the Edge:

May 5, 20165 May 2016
Canadian Flight and Duty Times – The Urgent Need for Change (Summary)