- June 24, 2020
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.Read More
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.
Getting smart about turbulence: Revising separation criteria at Canada’s major airports
As global air travel continues to grow, the demand for airport capacity increases with it. In anticipation of this future growth, NAV CANADA is leading several initiatives that will increase the number of airplanes that can land and depart each hour. We’re updating the separation standards between aircraft to optimize runway use at capacity constrained airports.
@Ess_Ell13 @TomPodolec @TorontoPearson @flightradar24 Hi Suzanne. That’s our #NAVCANADAFIA Flight Inspection Aircraft. It’s doing circuits to calibrate navigational aids and surveillance instruments at the airport. Learn more: https://t.co/x1b7ys27u6
@cgirolam Happy Canada Day to you too Matthias! 🇨🇦