Nav Canada, the not-for-profit corporation that operates Canada’s civil air navigation system, reports the Candian real-time safety alerts system for pilots, otherwise known as NOTAM — short for Notice to Air Mission — has been hit with an outage.
So far, no delays have been attributed to the outage.
“We are assessing impacts to our operations and will provide updates as soon as they are available,” Nav Canada said.
This is the second NOTAM system in North America over the last 12 hours that has been hit with outages. As we explained below, the US grounded all planes earlier this morning due to NOTAM outages but restored departures around 0900 ET.
The disruption was enough to spark a travel nightmare for US travelers today and is worsening by the hour. The latest figures from flight tracking website FlightAware show 8,000 flights have been delayed and another 1,200 canceled.
So how do authorities explain the US and Canada’s NOTAM systems experiencing outages on the same day?
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This is one travel mess the airlines can deflect and blame the federal government.
Three hours after the FAA reopened the skies after a nationwide grounding of all commercial jets following a computer outage, there are 7,000 flights delayed and another 1,000 canceled, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.
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