Aerodromes by country::Aerodrome


Canada::aircraft    Airport::thumb    Aviation::airport    Airports::military    World::water    Landing::civil

Aerodromes by country


The Canadian Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) says "...for the most part, all of Canada can be an aerodrome", however there are also "registered aerodromes" and "certified airports". To become a registered aerodrome the operator must maintain certain standards and keep the Minister of Transport (Canada) informed of any changes. To be certified as an airport the aerodrome, which usually supports commercial operations, must meet safety standards.<ref name="TC" /> Nav Canada, the private company responsible for air traffic control services in Canada, publishes the Canada Flight Supplement (CFS), a directory of all registered Canadian land aerodromes, as well as the Canada Water Aerodrome Supplement (CWAS).<ref>CWAS description</ref>

Aerodrome sections
Intro   Etymology    History of aerodromes    Types of aerodromes    Aerodromes by country    See also    References   

Aerodromes by country
PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Etymology