- October 21, 2019
Clearing the air: 6 things you might not know about Canada’s Air Navigation Service Provider
NAV CANADA plays a unique role managing the 18 million square kilometres of Canadian airspace. Thousands of travellers benefit from our services every day, yet there are aspects of our business that people are often surprised to learn. In this blog, we share some key facts and address six common misconceptions about NAV CANADA.Read More
Canada is transitioning to the ICAO NOTAM format; here’s 3 things you should know.
In October 2019, NAV CANADA will transition to the ICAO NOTAM format, a significant change that will impact NOTAM users. It is important that everyone understands and prepares for the coming change. We summarise the three things you should know to prepare you for the October 10th changes.
Switching to TRUE: Pulling away from magnetic north
NAV CANADA is leading industry efforts to move away from magnetic north to true north, improving safety and saving millions of dollars annually for the aviation industry. As Anthony MacKay, Assistant Vice President, ATS Service Delivery, NAV CANADA, explains, issues with magnetic variation persist largely because “that’s the way we have always done it”. In this guest blog by CANSO, we get more insight into NAV CANADA’s “attraction” to true north.
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