- January 23, 2020
Safety, efficiency drive service changes at NAV CANADA
We operate and maintain hundreds of manned and unmanned sites across the country that serve Canada’s aviation community. Adjusting air navigation services at a site is not uncommon and can take many forms. In some instances, it means changing the type of services offered to respond to increase in air traffic with which comes increased complexity.Read More
Space-based ADS-B Surveillance Improves Trips Over the North Atlantic
The deployment of space-based ADS-B is a game-changer within the aviation industry. The ability to discern the position, speed and altitude of every ADS-B equipped aircraft, in real time, is a transformational change to how controllers have historically managed air traffic.
Reducing conflict, increasing safety: Flight Service Specialists will now provide runway determination
November 20, 2019 marks the implementation of the new Flight Service Specialist runway determination - allowing Flight Service Specialists to determine runway with more clear and concise phraseology.
Unusual flight tracks? It’s probably our Flight Inspection Aircraft.
For most people, the sight of an aircraft descending and making numerous gear-up approaches to a runway is unusual and may suggest that the flight is in distress. But for NAV CANADA’s flight inspection crew, this is simply a routine operation that ensures the accuracy and safety of the country’s navigation aids and instrument approach procedures.
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.