Up-to-date information on flight planning procedures and airport services, lighting and local prohibitions or procedures is found in the Canada Flight Supplement. The Canadian Airport Charts (airport diagrams) on-line is in PDF format and is. AIP CANADA (ICAO) SUPPLEMENT SUMMARY 2a/19 Amendments to: Canada Flight Supplement (CFS) and Canada Water Aerodrome. Canada Flight Supplement. The Canada Flight Supplement contains the following sections: General: Tables, legends and associated information pertinent to.
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flight efficiency in Canada, FltPlan has expanded its services for flights Canada flight planning by offering the Canadian flight supplement. Canada Flight Supplement CFS- ENGLISH. Product Code:B Designed to be used in conjunction with the aeronautical charts, the CFS supports and. The Canada Flight Supplement (CFS) is a joint civil/military publication and is a supplement of . Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.
It is much less of a document than the CFS, why does it cost 2. Im GA but given time and money, I take long cross countries. I dont want to take along several CFS's like I do maps.
Regardless of whether Im flying to the Maritimes, or to BC. Also as someone mentioned, its fun to leaf through it and either have little "challenges" or simply just flip to a page, find an airport, and say "thats my next destination".
What I do think should happen and many of you lazy people will disagree is amendments AIP style. I never had any problems with the AIP and how you had to remove the old and insert the new.
It was a good way to keep current on the things that changed without having to bother with the rest of the "same old" that is the current AIM. Huge reduction on paper and costs.
Buy the CFS once, and then just register to receive amendments.
Who knows, a year's subscription could be something like 50 bucks. Be careful what you wish for. FastFlyBy wrote: I find it difficult to fly and flip through pages and pages of irrelevant data and keep the thing upright at the same time in turbulence. I hate having to run through 7 different Caps to find my the one I need.
I mean finding the right CAP not the right airport.
We already have enough Paper weight in the plane as it is. Splitting the CFS into separate regions would not save any paper, probably more would be used due to the requirement for more covers. Paperless cockpit is the way to go. If I could have everything on a computer or palm pilot, that would be the best. Remember there is that first page that tell you the changes from the previous edition.
I think you should only have to buy one and every time there is a change Nav Canada should call everyone that has one and tell them what the change is!! No skin off our backs but the guy doing the calling would go crazy!!!
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