Order No. 2005-A-642
November 22, 2005
File No. M4210/D97-1
Under Licence No. 961000, D.K. Heli-Cropper Int'l Ltd. (hereinafter the Licensee) is authorized to operate a domestic service, small aircraft.
By Order No. 2005-A-572 dated October 5, 2005, Licence No. 961000 was suspended pursuant to subsection 63(1) of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10 (hereinafter the CTA), for failure by the Licensee to hold a valid Canadian aviation document. The Licensee was provided with a period of thirty (30) days from the date of the Order to show cause why Licence No. 961000 should not be cancelled pursuant to subsection 63(1) of the CTA.
In response to the Order, the Licensee has requested a suspension of its licence.
Pursuant to paragraph 63(2)(b) of the CTA, the Canadian Transportation Agency (hereinafter the Agency) may suspend or cancel a domestic licence in accordance with a request from the Licensee for the suspension or cancellation.
The Agency has considered the request and, pursuant to paragraph 63(2)(b) of the CTA, hereby suspends Licence No. 961000.
To reinstate the suspended licence, the Licensee is provided with a period of one year from the date of this Order to file an application to that effect. If, at that time, upon consideration of the application, the Agency determines that the Licensee meets the requirements of subparagraphs 61(a)(i) to (iii) of the CTA, which provide that the Licensee must be Canadian, must hold a Canadian aviation document and must have prescribed liability insurance coverage, the Agency shall lift the suspension.
Alternatively, one year from the date of this Order, if the application for reinstatement is not filed or the Licensee does not meet any of the requirements of subparagraphs 61(a)(i), (ii) or (iii) of the CTA, the Licensee is provided with an additional thirty (30) days to show cause why Licence No. 961000 should not be cancelled pursuant to subsection 63(1) of the CTA.
This Order shall be affixed to Licence No. 961000 and the suspension of the licence shall remain in effect until further order of the Agency.