Introducing the NAV CANADA Blog
Consulting on an ADS-B mandate
There are many technologies that have delivered improvements in aviation safety and efficiency and have therefore had wide adoption. Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast is certainly on track to be one of them.Read More
Flight Inspection Aircraft – Gallery
Photo Gallery: The first of NAV CANADA’s two CRJ Flight Inspection planes (C-GFIO) was repainted with a clean and modern look that reflects our Company’s new brand colours and logo. The aircraft spent four weeks in Peterborough, Ontario undergoing an extensive painting and refinishing process.
Increasing operational flexibility in the North Atlantic
Since December 2015, some aircraft tracks over the North Atlantic (NAT) Region have been spaced closer together as part of a project to increase airspace capacity, cut fuel burn and reduce carbon emissions. The project – called Reduced Lateral Separation Minimum or RLatSM – is an ICAO initiative being jointly introduced by NAV CANADA and NATS, the UK air traffic services provider.