Aviation Security in Other Countries

As other countries and organizations maintain their own aviation security programs and initiatives, an individual may experience delays at the airport for various reasons which are unrelated to the Passenger Protect Program.

The Passenger Protect Program does not operate in conjunction with aviation security programs delivered by other countries or organizations. If you suspect you are on another country's list, it is recommended that you explore their specific recourse mechanisms.

For instance, passengers may wish to obtain information on the United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security's Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (TRIP), or read more about the U.S. Secure Flight Program (including the “No Fly” list). You do not have to be a U.S. citizen to apply to TRIP.

Airlines may also have their own lists, and if you suspect that delays you have experienced while traveling are a result of being on one of these lists, you should contact the airline for further information.



Counter-terrorism News Releases

  • Statement from Canada's Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness on the attack in London
    March 22, 2017
  • Report on terrorist threat to Canada released
    August 25, 2016
  • Statement from Canada's Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness on the terrorist attack in Paris
    November 14, 2015
  • More Counter-terrorism News Releases

    Counter-terrorism - Publications and Reports

  • 2016 Public Report On The Terrorist Threat To Canada
  • 2014 Public Report On The Terrorist Threat To Canada
  • 2013 Public Report on the Terrorist Threat to Canada
  • Building Resilience Against Terrorism: Canada's Counter-terrorism Strategy
  • More Counter-terrorism Publications and Reports

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