This is the La Ronge Airport’s “Airside Vehicle Operator’s Permit” (AVOP) on-line program. No person may operate a vehicle on airside of the La Ronge Airport unless they have a current La Ronge Airport AVOP or have received special permission (with restrictions) from the airport manager for temporary access. AVOPs are valid for 3 years before renewal is required. Here you may take the Restricted AVOP, the Unrestricted AVOP or the Special Permissions AVOP course. You may view the courses as many times as you like in preparation for examination. For the Restricted and Unrestricted AVOP you will need to take the exam in person with the APM or designated instructor. For the Special Permissions AVOP you must take an on-line quiz. Please choose the Restricted or Unrestricted or Special Permissions AVOP tab.
A Restricted AVOP is required to operate a vehicle airside on non-maneuvering areas only. Clicking on the button below will open the Restricted AVOP Course in a new tab. You may view the course as many times as you would like. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate through the course. When you are ready to take the exam make arrangements with the airport manger or designated instructor.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Go to Course  
An Unrestricted AVOP is required to operate a vehicle airside on non-maneuvering and maneuvering areas. Successful completion of an Industry Canada Restricted Radio Operator Certificate with Aeronautical Qualifications is required for an Unrestricted AVOP. Clicking on the button below will open the Unrestricted AVOP Course in a new tab. You may view the course as many times as you would like. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate through the course. When you are ready to take the exam make arrangements with the airport manger or designated instructor. You will also be required to pass a practical examination at the airport (as arranged with the airport manager or designated instructor).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Go to Course 
A Special Permissions AVOP is required to operate a vehicle airside from the keypad security gate to an aircraft parked on apron one or apron two only. Clicking on the button below will open the Special Permissions AVOP Course in a new tab. You may view the course as many times as you would like. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate through the course. When you are ready you may take the on-line quiz. A link with instructions is provide on the last slide of the course. Upon successful completion of the quiz an email will be automatically sent to the Airport Manager with the results.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Go to Course