Pilot Handbook


A Note from the CEO:

If you are looking for a pilot’s handbook or policy manual that reads similar to Transport Canada’s Aviation document Booklet,

I wouldn’t say you’re at the wrong virtual airline, but you defiantly won’t find that at Canada Air


Canada Air's pilot handbook is simple and easy for our pilots to understand

 Right from your date of hire pilots have the freedom to fly any aircraft, livery, route or charter flight at any time!

We do not require our pilots to fly online, but we do encourage you to give it a try!

 New Trainee’s must complete their first flight within fifteen ( 15 ) days of hire using our CAVacars 

and continue to do so on each flight without excessive overspeeds, slewing or time acceleration greater than 1X.


 *   PIREPS with excessive overspeeds, slewing or time acceleration greater than 1x will simply be rejected.   *


Trainee’s that fail to complete their first flight within fifteen ( 15 ) days of hire will simply be dismissed from Canada Air without notice.

 Fly as much as you like 24/7 if you want!

But a minimum of one ( 1 ) flight per Calendar month is required by all pilots of Canada Air

Pilots who fail to complete one ( 1 ) flight per Calendar month will be marked as retired and placed on our inactive roster.

To be un-retired pilots must email the Canada Air Staff Team and request to be placed back on the active roster.

Pilot's that remain on the inactive roster for an additional Calendar month will simply be dismissed from Canada Air without notice.

If needed pilots are allowed to request a LOA (leave of absence) at any time, up to a maximum of ninety days ( 90days. 

LOA exceptions maybe made for special circumstances. 

Let's try for a Landing Rate of no more than minus fifteen hundred ( -1500 fpm ) if your landing rate is higher than this, no problem.

All we ask is that when you file your original CAVacars flight report (PIREP) you also file a duplicate manual flight report (PIREP) right after it, then we will remove the original flight report (PIREP). 

 All accumulated proven hours from a virtual airline, VATSIM or IVAO networks are accepted at Canada Air, and will be added to your profile after your first flight report (PIREP) has been approved.


 Always be respectful to fellow pilots and staff, remember in order to get respect, you must show respect.

That’s it!

Welcome to Canada Air


Please Note: This pilot’s handbook is subject to change as we continue to develop and grow Canada Air

Any and all changes will be fully documented on this page and communicated to our members.

Legal Information:

 Canada Air is a Virtual Airline; we are in no way affiliated with Any Real World Air Lines, Inc. or its affiliates. We exist only to enhance your Microsoft Flight Simulator, Prepar3D or XPlane experience. All material published on our website is only for flight simulation purposes and should not be used for real world operations. The Canada Air website, CAVacars, Teamspeak3, and any other feature of Canada Air are not for commercial use. No part of the Canada Air website may be copied or reproduced in any form.