Air Navigation System (ANS)
The International Association of Airport Executives Canada (IAAE Canada) is pleased to announce a two-day program on the ANS (Air Navigation System) and its functional relationship with the airport community. Since the devolution of operation and maintenance of ANS from Transport Canada to Nav Canada, evolutionary changes have modified traditional service relationships that existed between Airports and Transport Canada.
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This program is designed for managers/supervisors, operations and maintenance personnel at community airports, mid size or major international airports. It would also be of interest to senior managers as an information session.
The program will be presented by Mr. Ehor Mazurok, B.Sc., P.Eng. Mr. Mazurok’s 24 year career with Transport Canada consisted of 11 years as a project engineer involved in design of airport and enroute navigational systems in Alberta, Northern BC and Northern erritories (Western Region), that consisted of commissioning those facilities, and carrying out investigations where non-compliance to standards occurred. For the next thirteen years Mr. Mazurok managed an Engineering Group consisting of Electronic Engineers and technical specialists in developing and expanding the Air Navigational System in Western Region.
Upon devolution of ANS to Nav Canada, Mr. Mazurok became a professional consultant where for the last 16 years provided consulting services to corporate clients and Airport Authorities, in Airport Planning of Communications, Navigational systems, Radar Surveillance and Security systems. Mr. Mazurok briefs senior executives, managers, engineers and technical specialists on aspects of Air Navigation and issues concerning development around Airport Navigational Systems.
Program participants will be familiarized with the ANS in Canada, its various components, and the airport navigational systems that support it. A discussion will be presented on Obstacle Limitation Surfaces, Electronic Zoning plans, and TP1247E. Internationally, other ANS operators have promoted through ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) significant changes in design of Electronic Zoning plans that is far more restrictive than TP1247E. If those restrictions are adopted by Nav Canada for for design of electronic zoning plans, this will significantly reduce available land for development near airport navigational systems. The impact of those restrictions will adversely affect leasehold revenues that could be derived from airport development.
The Nav Canada development review process will be discussed for conforming and non-conforming airport development around
airport navigational systems. This discussion will detail the process Airport Authorities will be required to follow in requesting approval of conforming or non-conforming airport development. For those developments Nav Canada may request the airport authority submit an expert evaluation on the effects a non-conforming development may have on their systems. Submitting a non-conforming development may incur considerable financial costs as well as costly time delays to the airport authority, or the leaseholder, before the necessary Nav Canada approvals are obtained. The review process of an actual non-conforming development will be discussed.
On devolution of Airports from Transport Canada to Airport Authorities, AFSA (Airport Facilities Service Agreement) was the document that detailed responsibilities of Airport Authorities and Transport Canada as to the operation and maintenance of air navigational
facilities located at the airport. This obligation was transferred to Nav Canada in the devolution. Some provisions of this agreement in recent years have been negated by notwithstanding clauses. The impact of this on Airport Authorities will be discussed with relevant examples.
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Electronic Landing Systems
Electronic Flight Systems
Obstacle Limitation Zones
AFSA - Airport Facilities Service Agreement
Refund & Cancellation Policy
IAAE Canada reserves the right to reschedule any program if the number of registrants is insufficient. In this event, we will notify all registrants and refund the registration fee in full.
• Any costs incurred by registrants, such as hotel cancellation fees or airline penalties, are the responsibility of
• Registrations are transferable.
• Cancellations will be accepted 30 days prior to the date of the course.
• Cancellations within 30 days prior to the date of the course will incur a $50 administration fee.
• No-shows will be responsible for the course fees.