Canada Navigation System – Lecture 6.docx

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Department
Management and Organizational Studies
Course
Management and Organizational Studies 1022F/G
Professor
Suzanne Kearns
Semester
Fall

Description
Canada Navigation SystemLecture 6 Pilots cannot navigate from departure to destination airports independently ANS InfrastructureAirport Equipment o Fuel Service o Maintenance of Runway Surfaces o Lighting o Taxiways o Radio frequencies o Approach and departure proceduresRegulations including VFR and IFR airspace and airways o VFRVisual reference to the groundRely on geographical characteristics of the landMinimum visibility and distancefromground o IFRRely on cockpit instrumentationIn touch with ATCwho ensures separationAirspace Classification o All airspace under one of seven categories from A to G Airspace StructureControl Area Extensions CAEs o Airspace around airportsControl Zones o Keeps IFR in controlled airspace on approach and departureTerminal Control Areas o Airspace over busy airport o Ensure
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