- December 21, 2018
Paving the way to enhanced aerodrome safety with our first Ground Traffic Phraseology Guide
When talking about aerodrome safety and runway incursions, we often think of aircraft, but it’s important to also keep in mind the ground vehicles – such as maintenance trucks and snow plows – that drive across our airports each day. A key factor to avoiding incidents is clear and consistent communication using standard language, which is why we have introduced our Ground Traffic Phraseology Guide with an aim to inform, instruct and remind ground vehicle operators and aircraft maintenance engineers about the standards and practices of interacting with air traffic services.Read More
Cyber Security in the Enterprise: Stronger Together
We hear about it all over the news: malware, phishing scams, ransomware, trojan horses. In the past few years major multinational organizations have been hit by a myriad of cybersecurity breaches. The conversation within companies has very quickly shifted from what to do if a cyberattack hits, to how to prepare for when it hits.
Behind the scenes with NAV CANADA’s Traffic Management Units
NAV CANADA air traffic controllers keep aircraft moving safely and efficiently, sequencing traffic to keep operations running smoothly. But what happens when plans get thrown off course by uncontrollable events such as a snowstorm, power disruption or unplanned equipment outage?
Radar replacement: a worthwhile investment
Over the course of the next 10 years a massive radar replacement project will take place across the country. It’s the largest capital project NAV CANADA has ever undertaken at a cost of $159 million. The first of 11 new radars is set to be operational in Hamilton by August 2019 with new sites receiving replacement radars at the rate of one per year, ending in Halifax in 2028.