Enforcement actions taken by the CTA’s enforcement officers

This list includes warnings and fines issued by the CTA's enforcement officers. It includes contraventions that are classified as level 3, 4 or 5. Learn more about types of enforcement actions and contraventions.

As of August 2017, the CTA's enforcement officers have issued 314 warnings and 84 fines resulting in $700,000 in penalties in the last five years.

Displaying 1 - 10 of 220 actions.
Carrier Contravention Date of Issuance Penalty
FLYGTA Inc.

Results of a compliance verification conducted by a designated enforcement officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) indicate that FLYGTA Inc. is in contravention of paragraphs 135.8(1)(a), 135.8(1)(d) and 135.8(1)(e) as well as subsections 135.8(2) and 135.8(3) of the Air Transportation Regulations. This compliance verification relates to information found on the website flygta.com.

July 26, 2017 Formal warning
Helicopteros Dominicanos, S.A.

A) On or about November 23, 2016, Helicopteros Dominicanos S.A. carrying on business as Helidosa operated an air service between London, Ontario, Canada and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, using a Cessna 680 type aircraft bearing registration H I 985, to transport a passenger without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the Canada Transportation Act.

July 26, 2017 Fine
Miami Air International, Inc.

Results of an investigation conducted by a designated enforcement officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) indicate that Miami Air International, Inc. has violated subsection 74(2) of the Canada Transportation Act in that it has carried local traffic in Canada between CYUL (Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport) and CYYZ (Toronto Pearson International Airport) on or about March 05, 2017. Thereby Miami Air International, Inc. did not comply with the terms and conditions of its non-scheduled international licence no. 977387 for said flight.

July 18, 2017 Formal warning
Aero JL, S.A. de C.V.

A) On or about June 4, 2016, Aero JL, S.A. de C.V.operated an air service between Toluca International Airport, Mexico (MMTO), and Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (CYWG) using a Learjet 35 aircraft bearing registration XA-WIN, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the Canada Transportation Act (CTA).

(B) On or about June 4, 2016, Aero JL, S.A. de C.V.operated an air service between Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (CYWG) and Toluca International Airport, Mexico (MMTO), using a Learjet 35 aircraft bearing registration XA-WIN, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the CTA.

(C) On or about November 22, 2016, Aero JL, S.A. de C.V.operated an air service between Los Cabos, Mexico (MMSD) and Montréal,Quebec, Canada (CYUL), using a Learjet 60 aircraft bearing registration XA-UUP, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the CTA.

(D) On or about November 23, 2016, Aero JL, S.A. de C.V.operated an air service between Montréal, Quebec, Canada (CYUL) and Teterboro, New Jersey, USA (KTEB), using a Learjet 60 aircraft bearing registration XA-UUP, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the CTA.

June 1, 2017 Fine
Nicholas Air Inc.

A) On or about June 1, 2016, Nicholas Services, LLC operated an air service between Denison, Texas, United States of America and Québec, Quebec, Canada, using a Phenom 300 type aircraft bearing registration N377N, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the Canada Transportation Act (CTA).

B) On or about June 13, 2016, Nicholas Services, LLC operated an air service between Lewiston, Montana, United States of America and Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, using a Phenom 100 type aircraft bearing registration N356N, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the CTA.

C) On or about June 27, 2017, Nicholas Services, LLC operated an air service between Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada and Minot, North Dakota, United States of America, using a Phenom 100 type aircraft bearing registration N348N, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the CTA.

D) On or about June 27, 2017, Nicholas Services, LLC operated an air service between Minot, North Dakota, United States of America and Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, using a Phenom 100 type aircraft bearing registration N348N, to transport passengers without holding a licence issued in respect of that service, thereby violating section 57(a) of the CTA.

May 16, 2017 Fine
Propair Inc.

Results of a compliance verification conducted by a designated enforcement officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) indicate that Propair Inc. is in contravention of paragraphs 135.8(1)(a), 135.8(1)(b) and 135.8(1)(d) as well as section 135.91 of the Air Transportation Regulations. This compliance verification relates to the website www.propair.ca.

May 12, 2017 Formal warning
Air Canada

On or about May 10, 2017, Air Canada violated: paragraph 135.8(1)(a) of the Air Transportation Regulations by not providing the total price for an air service on the web site aircanada.com.

May 12, 2017 Fine
Haïti Charter

Results of an investigation conducted by a designated enforcement officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) indicate that Haïti Charter and/or Voyages Amigo inc. is in contravention of section 59 of the Canada Transportation Act in that it was publicly offering for sale in Canada, specifically by way of its website www.haiticharter.com, an international air service between Montréal, Quebec, Canada and Port-au-Prince, Haiti without holding the required licence issued by the Agency.

May 9, 2017 Formal warning
Haïti Charter

Results of an investigation conducted by a designated enforcement officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) indicate that Haïti Charter and/or Voyages Amigo inc. is in contravention of section 59 of the Canada Transportation Act in that it was publicly offering for sale in Canada, specifically by way of its website www.haiticharter.com, an international air service between Montréal, Quebec, Canada and Port-au-Prince, Haiti without holding the required licence issued by the Agency.

May 9, 2017 Formal warning
2340282 Ontario Inc. / Flighthub Inc.

Results of a compliance verification conducted by a designated enforcement officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) indicate that 2340282 Ontario Inc. carrying on business as Flighthub Inc. is in contravention of paragraph 135.8 (1)(b) the Air Transportation Regulations. This compliance verification relates to an advertisement found on the website cbc.ca/news.

May 9, 2017 Formal warning