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NAV CANADA is pleased to announce the launch of the second phase of the ENGAGE Demonstration project, a collaborative initiative to reduce aircraft fuel burn and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the North Atlantic – the world’s busiest oceanic airspace. NAV CANADA is leading the ENGAGE II Demonstration project in partnership with Air France and NATS, the United Kingdom’s air navigation service provider.

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After months of testing, discussion, feedback, revision and finalization, Winnipeg Airports Authority, NAV CANADA and Team Eagle celebrated the successful ‘go-live’ of the much-anticipated automated runway surface condition reporting system ‘SNOWiz’.

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NAV CANADA is pleased to announce today a number of executive appointments for effect on December 1, 2012.

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The flyTab (www.flyTab.aero) team at ASIG announced that it will be implementing a complete Class 2 iPad EFB in CRJ-200 and Dash 8-100 aircraft operated by Nav Canada.

NAV CANADA today released its financial results for the year ended August 31, 2012. The results show continued success in controlling costs while maintaining safe and efficient air navigation services in a period when air traffic levels were similar to those in the prior fiscal year (growth in air traffic volumes of 0.6 per cent).

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NAV CANADA reports September traffic figures

NAV CANADA has announced its traffic figures for the month of September 2012 as measured in weighted charging units for en-route, terminal and oceanic air navigation services, in comparison to the last fiscal year.

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NAV CANADA today announced its traffic figures for the month of August 2012, and for the fiscal year 2011-2012, as measured in weighted charging units for en-route, terminal and oceanic air navigation services, in comparison to the last fiscal year.

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NAV CANADA funds air cadet scholarships

NAVCANADA will fund two new scholarships for air cadets, each valued at $500, for two cadets who excel in navigation and air traffic control during the Royal Canadian Air Cadet airport operations course offered each summer.

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NAV CANADA employees, with help from suppliers and matching donations from the Company, have raised $1,350,000 in just five years to support cancer care and ground-breaking research at the Ottawa Hospital. The original goal of the “Growing Hope” campaign was $500,000 over five years.

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NAV CANADA reports July traffic figures

NAV CANADA announced today its traffic figures for the month of July 2012 as measured in weighted charging units for en-route, terminal and oceanic air navigation services, in comparison to the last fiscal year.

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