- August 19, 2020
NORAD’s Operation NOBLE EAGLE takes to the skies over Toronto
A rogue passenger plane, an international squadron of fighter jets, and a tanker refueling these jets mid-air at high speeds over Canada’s biggest city. While this may sound like the start of a blockbuster movie, this was the scene that played out over Toronto on July 30, 2020 as part of a well orchestrated NORAD training exercise.Read More
A clearer approach: NAV CANADA introduces the RNAV Phraseology Guide for pilots
NAV CANADA recently announced the release of the RNAV Phraseology Guide [link], which will take effect September 16, 2020. This guide is a reference tool and learning aid on the use of standard language. This free publication is aimed at pilots with RNAV equipped aircraft who interact with air traffic services.
A Technologist on the frontlines
From the biggest cities to some of the most remote places in Canada, our air navigation technologists support and maintain equipment and infrastructure critical to operating a safe and efficient Air Navigation System.
NAV CANADA announces workforce reductions and looks to streamline operations. https://t.co/2Ubj1gJiIZ
NAV CANADA annonce une réduction de son effectif et cherche à rationaliser ses activités. https://t.co/4DaFhZ3qVz
@sylvainfaust Hi Sylvain. RWY 06/24 at CYMX will be closed for construction work from August 31st until October 18th, which introduces some complexities. For everyone’s safety, a NOTAM has been issued prohibiting the use of RWY 29 for IFR training flights during rush hour (2000-2300Z).
Today, we remember and pay tribute to everyone who was affected by the attacks on 9/11.
On that day at @navcanada, air traffic controllers worked on a wing and a prayer.
#NeverForget #911Remembered #ComeFromAway