Category: Training

A Little Project…

There are a lot of online flight planning tools out there. However, none of them (that I’ve found) focus on Canadian planning. That said, a friend and I have been working on getting something...

Recent Crash Near Shelburne

Recent Crash Near Shelburne

A C-172 crashed a few days ago near Shelburne, Ontario (57351 8th Line SW, Melancthon, Ontario to be exact) there were three occupants. Two went to hospital and the pilot walked away. After reading...

VOT Facilities Being Decomissioned

VOT Facilities Being Decomissioned

AIC 36/08 outlines NavCanadas latest decommissioning project. NAV CANADA, the country’s provider of civil air navigation services, recently evaluated the requirement for very high frequency omnidirectional range (VOR) receiver test facilities (VOT) in Canada....

To Change A Lightbulb…

To Change A Lightbulb…

I was driving by the airport the other day and noticed that some obstruction lighting on telephone poles near the approach of 33 were burnt out (and have been for months). Does anyone know...

Busy, busy, busy.

Busy, busy, busy.

Sorry for the lack of updates everyone. My day job is keeping me busy with the Olympics, plus some events in my personal life have also kept me away from flying. That said, I...

CRM? What about SRM?

CRM? What about SRM?

We’ve all heard of CRM. But what about Single Pilot Resource Management? The University of Western Ontario has a course on Single Pilot Resource Management. The course is only $50, and totally online. This...