- December 24, 2019
Space-based Surveillance Saves North Pole Pilot Stuck in Chimney
The holiday season is a busy time, especially for cargo pilots as they deliver mail and packages to every corner of the world. All has been cheerful so far, except for one cargo pilot on a seasonal flight from the North Pole who ended up in a Claus-trophobic situation.Read More
Explore Aviation Summer Camp: Leaders of Tomorrow Explore Careers in Aviation
For the second consecutive year, NAV CANADA’s Explore Aviation Summer Camp is providing young leaders the opportunity to explore exciting career choices as an air traffic controller, flight service specialist, electronics technologist, engineer and more. The camp consists of two sessions, one for young women that recently took place the week of July 14th, and one for young men that will be taking place the week of August 11th. Veteran Controller and co-organizer of the Camp Kendra Kincade gives us the inside look at how Explore Aviation Summer Camp is shaping the leaders of tomorrow.
All-Women Air Race Classic Declares “Let’s Fly Canada!”
For the first time throughout 90 years of women’s air racing, the all-women Air Race Classic (ARC) flew into Canadian airspace – and NAV CANADA employees were pleased to provide the services needed to support this celebrated event.
Canada Day at the Aviation and Space Museum
Canadian pride takes flight this Canada Day at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa, Ontario. Proudly presented by NAV CANADA, this free event is open to the public and features a wide range of performances and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages.