Disclosure of Information
484. A person other than the Minister must not disclose security-sensitive information that is created or used under this Division unless the disclosure is required by law or is necessary to comply or facilitate compliance with the aviation security provisions of the Act, regulatory requirements or the requirements of an emergency direction.
Division 10Other Aerodrome Operations
Marginal note:Division overview
495. This Division sets out requirements respecting aerodrome operations that are not dealt with in any other Division of this Part.
- SOR/2012-48, s. 34.
Marginal note:Requirement to notify Minister
496. (1) The operator of an aerodrome must notify the Minister of all plans to begin new construction or to make a change to the physical security of the aerodrome, if the construction or change relates to regulatory requirements respecting passengers, aircraft, baggage, cargo or mail.
Marginal note:Notice requirements
(2) The notice must
(a) be in writing;
(b) state the date on which the construction will begin or the change will be made; and
(c) set out a description of the construction or change and the safeguards that will be implemented to maintain security in the areas of the aerodrome that will be affected by the construction activities.
- SOR/2012-48, s. 34.
PART 7OTHER AERODROMES
Marginal note:Part overview
505. This Part sets out the basic regulatory framework for security at aerodromes not listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3.
Division 1Authorization for Carriage of or Access to Explosive Substances and Incendiary Devices
506. This Division applies in respect of aerodromes not listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3.
507. The operator of an aerodrome may authorize a person to carry or have access to an explosive substance or an incendiary device at the aerodrome if
(a) the explosive substance or incendiary device is to be used at the aerodrome
(i) for excavation, demolition or construction work,
(ii) in fireworks displays,
(iii) by persons operating explosives detection equipment or handling explosives detection dogs,
(iv) by a police service, or
(v) by military personnel; and
(b) the operator has reasonable grounds to believe that the safety of the aerodrome and the safety of persons and aircraft at the aerodrome will not be jeopardized by the presence of the explosive substance or incendiary device.
Division 2Threats and Incidents
508. This Division applies in respect of aerodromes that are not listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 and are aerodromes where air carriers are served.
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