- January 30, 2020
Getting smart about turbulence: Revising separation criteria at Canada’s major airports
As global air travel continues to grow, the demand for airport capacity increases with it. In anticipation of this future growth, NAV CANADA is leading several initiatives that will increase the number of airplanes that can land and depart each hour. We’re updating the separation standards between aircraft to optimize runway use at capacity constrained airports.Read More
One step closer to global air traffic surveillance
We are one significant step closer to be the first in the world to provide space-based ADS-B services to our customers. This technology will increase safety through the continuous surveillance capabilities of mountainous area operations, oceanic, and remote airspace, eliminating service gaps over regions with limited infrastructure or coverage.
Fusion: Integrating Multiple Surveillance Sources
As we celebrate the final launch of Iridium NEXT satellites carrying Aireon space-based ADS-B payloads into orbit, NAV CANADA continues to move forward on several fronts to improve operational efficiencies for our customers.
Pitt Meadows Controllers Settle Into New and Improved Tower
Air traffic control is taking a step up at the new Pitt Meadows air traffic control tower. Erected south of the former 50-year-old tower, this taller and more modern facility improves sight lines of operating areas surrounding the airport.
World First: NAV CANADA Implements New ICAO Separation Standard at YYC
NAV CANADA just became the first ANSP in the world to implement a new ICAO standard: Established on RNP-AR (EoR). The new separation standard, implemented at Calgary International Airport, safely enables simultaneous arrivals on parallel runways, improves how traffic is integrated and increases use of quieter continuous descent operations.