- July 24, 2020
Leave Ordinary Behind: Q&A with Jordan Kanigan
As a member of NAV CANADA’s Operational Training Unit, the team that runs the company’s air navigation services school, Jordan works with subject matter experts to distill complex aviation rules, regulations and data into lesson plans for the next generation of Air Traffic Controllers in Edmonton.Read More
A clearer approach: NAV CANADA introduces the RNAV Phraseology Guide for pilots
NAV CANADA recently announced the release of the RNAV Phraseology Guide [link], which will take effect September 16, 2020. This guide is a reference tool and learning aid on the use of standard language. This free publication is aimed at pilots with RNAV equipped aircraft who interact with air traffic services.
A Technologist on the frontlines
From the biggest cities to some of the most remote places in Canada, our air navigation technologists support and maintain equipment and infrastructure critical to operating a safe and efficient Air Navigation System.