I got the latest CFS from NavCanada today and was surprised to find a new look. According to the enclosed note the changes aren’t just going to be the cover:

While the cover of these publications look different from what you are used to, you should be aware that more substantive changes are planned as well. Over the next few months a number of changes will be made to the organization of data and the data itself that will both improve and standardize the products.

The letter also states that any upcoming changes will be made known via an AIC. Let’s hope that this includes digital versions of the CFS and CAP.

Word on the street is that there will be some changes to the Toronto airspace come summer time. Anyone know what it is?

Update: You can see a photo of the cover at Land and Hold Short

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2 thoughts on “New CFS Looking Spiffy

  1. The rumour in the fall was that they were going to expand the YYZ control zone, from the current outer ring, out dozens of miles, in four wedge-shaped sectors, to allow inbound planes to safely descend on approach to the the current outer ring.
    Current outer ring is 3500′ and above, these new wedges were supposed to be something like 6500′ and above.
    Speak of the devil, a Nav Canada speaker will be discussing airspace changes Monday March 12, at the Buttonville Flying Club meeting, in Toronto Airways classroom 1.

  2. Ahh interesting… I’m going to see if I can attend that meeting on Monday.
    In fact, I’m going to make a post about it right now!

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