Heliport Zone (FATO)

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Heliport Zone (FATO) 2018-04-09T11:10:08+00:00

In Quebec, very few land-surveying firms offer services that allow heliport owners to meet standard 325 of Transport Canada’s Canadian Aviation Regulations (CAR). To make life simple and obtain a certification seamlessly, call Denicourt Arpenteurs-Géomètres Inc.


A Security Standard to Respect

The 325 heliports standard presents a summary of the minimal specifications a heliport must meet to conform to part III of the Canadian Aviation Regulations. These relate to the physical attributes, obstacle limitations surfaces and technical services a heliport must comply to.

Not only is the operational use of the installation evaluated, this standard, which takes into account international security measures, provides the technical specifications that must be respected when building a new heliport or modifying an existing one. The Ministry of Transportation grants certification once all of the conditions outlined in the standard are met.

Detailed Layout Plan

Since the 325 standard aims at meeting heliports’ operational needs, it is important that users define these properly before building or renovating a heliport. The prepared layout plan must showcase all obstacles that may compromise landing or take-off for a helicopter in a given corridor.

At Denicourt Arpenteurs-Géomètres Inc., we have the necessary expertise to prepare the documents needed to obtain certification. Our competencies and experience are recognized by Transport Canada. Contact us to learn more.

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