- October 21, 2019
Clearing the air: 6 things you might not know about Canada’s Air Navigation Service Provider
NAV CANADA plays a unique role managing the 18 million square kilometres of Canadian airspace. Thousands of travellers benefit from our services every day, yet there are aspects of our business that people are often surprised to learn. In this blog, we share some key facts and address six common misconceptions about NAV CANADA.Read More
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.
Stronger and Safer Together: Aviation Leaders Talk Cyber Resilience at Annual Summit
With the ever-increasing reliance on electronic systems and cyber networks, cyber security is a growing focus – especially in a risk-adverse industry like civil aviation. To-that-end, the 5th Annual Cyber Summit was a unique and important opportunity for leaders and security practitioners in this sector to share best practices and strengthen their unified posture.
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