- January 16, 2019
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.Read More
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.
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.
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Le Centre de contrôle régional de Montréal fournit aux aéronefs des services de contrôle allant jusqu’à Ottawa, au sud, et Iqaluit, au nord.