Your mobile My CRPN mobile app

To be doubly sure CRPN is there for our air crew members, we have made our online communications accessible on mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.) and launched our own mobile app, My CRPN.

How to get it

Download the My CRPN mobile app for free:

Our mobile app is compatible with all Android and iOS devices. It is updated whenever we update the CRPN website.

SeWhat it does

The MY CRPN mobile app is free, practical, and secure. Just tap on your smartphone’s or tablet’s home screen to access all of the features of our website, including your personal account, with the username and password you already have.

In the public area of our website, you can view:

  • Our scrolling banner,
  • Our pages by topic,
  • Our Flash questions,
  • Our news, with regular updates,
  • Our informational guides and forms (Downloads section),
  • The Help and Contact section, which uses your profile (Pensioner, Employee, or Employer) to answer the most frequently asked questions,

You can also:

  • Use the magnifying glass (located in the upper right hand corner of each page) to do a keyword search
  • Submit a query to our virtual assistant, Alpha, which you will find in the lower right-hand corner of each page
  • Browse our publications Downloads section)
    • The air crew member’s handbook,
    • Our Horizon newsletters,
    • Our Activity Reports,
  • Check out our Step-by-step guide to your retirement pension claim.

In your personal account, here, you will find the following documents and services, personalized according to your profile:

  • Updated personal information,
  • Career,
  • Notice of entitlements,
  • Retirement date estimator and pension forecaster,
  • Online requests and applications : pension claims (in full or through the alternating work-retirement program), buybacks, contribution payments, and free credits,
  • Pension payment schedule,
  • Pension statements,
  • Certificate of pension entitlement,
  • Tax certificates,
  • Pay-as-you-Earn income tax withholdings