- February 6, 2020
- #LeaveOrdinaryBehind, air traffic control, aviation, Career, Careers, NAV CANADA, Travel
Leave Ordinary Behind: Q&A with Chase Turcotte
Meet Chase Turcotte, a globetrotting snowboarder who hails from Edmonton, Alberta. Chase, who has worked as an air traffic controller for the past seven years, says his career with NAV CANADA has afforded him the ability to combine his passion for travel and snowboarding, while being part of a collaborative and highly skilled team.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.
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.