- November 27, 2020
- Air navigation service, Air traffic service, Level of service, NAV CANADA
How NAV CANADA determines levels of service in Canadian airspace
Over time, arrival and departure rates, along with flight paths, show where demand for service is changing in Canada. This data allows NAV CANADA to continually evolve its services to meet demand, ensuring the safety of our skies and preserving the sustainability of Canada’s air navigation system.Read More
Digital facilities: NAV CANADA and Searidge gear up to test video technology for air traffic services
Rapid improvements in the precision and reliability of camera technology have made it possible for flight service specialists and air traffic controllers to use video technology to enhance their operations.
Leave Ordinary Behind: Q&A with Amanda Devine
Challenges aren’t meant to break you, but to shape you, says Amanda Devine, manager of the Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) Product Assembly Team at NAV CANADA. Surviving, recovering and now thriving after a brain injury, Amanda draws from her own life experience to empower and support her colleagues.
@Mark__Brandon @nolinoraviation @yulaeroport @MTLAlouettes Wonderful photos Mark! Thanks for tagging us.
NAV CANADA looks to streamline operations.