Advanced Operator Flight

Advanced Operator Flight Review


To obtain your Transport Canada RPAS Advanced Operator’s licence you need to have a flight review completed by a flight reviewer from one of Transport Canada’s self-declared training providers.

The objective of the flight review is to verify a pilot has the required skills to fly their RPAS in the advanced environment.

In order to apply for the Pilot Certificate endorsed for Advanced Operations, the operator must successfully pass the Remotely Piloted Aircraft System – Advanced Operations exam, and then subsequently complete a flight review.

In order to take the flight review, you need to have successfully completed and passed the Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft (VLOS) – Advanced Operations exam.

You will be issued a unique reference number directly linked to your Drone Management Portal account and additionally, a second reference number for successfully passing the Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft (VLOS) – Advanced Operations exam. These numbers are to be provided to the Flight Reviewer.

Read the full Advanced Operators Review

Advanced Operator Flight Training