Aviation In Canada

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Canadian Aviation Publications

A man I have great respect for as an airspace designer and planner, Mr. Neil Shea, has set up his own consulting firm. I hope he doesn't start charging me, since I have often asked him questions out of my own curiousity, and to seek answers for others. His experience includes many hours on several different aircraft types in some of the worst weather conditions in Canada (St. John's, NF, among other places), and a position as an airspace designer for airways and approaches with NavCanada for several years. He found my blog, and has offered his services for anyone who has questions about publications in Canada, more specifically those related to approach and enroute charts as opposed to rules and so forth. Got any questions? His site address is:


Feel free to check it out.