You'll need some of the following Nav Canada VFR Navigation charts for flying to and around southern Baffin Island. "Via Kuujjuaq" and "Via East Hudson Coast" assumes you're route is through the Ottawa/Montreal area in Southern Canada.
VFR Terminal area charts aren't available for Iqaluit or other Nunavut communities, but you can download a PDF containing all of the VFR CAMS charts. This is a large file, so be patient. Printed copies are also available from your map supplier.
The IFR Canada Air Pilot (CAP) contains for all airports in the region capable of IFR traffic. You'll want CAP1 for the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. A sample of the CAP1 is available here. This is a large PDF file. Be advised that this sample is not current.
Here's the list of current VFR charts and publication dates, so you can make sure yours contain the latest information. Printed versions can be purchased through your local map supplier. Or you can purchase PDF versions on-line. These are authorized for navigation, if printed at the correct resolution. The NavCanada online store is available here In addition to VFR charts, Nav Canada now has an electronic version of the CAP (Canada Air Pilot) IFR approach information.
And of course, don't forget to pick up the latest edition of the Canada Flight Supplement.
For information about Canadian Hi and Lo Level Enroute charts, check here.
NavCanada has discontinued production of World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) for Canada. Pilots are required to have the more detailed VFR charts and VFR Terminal area charts for all flights. High and Low Level Enroute charts are also available on line now. You'll find them here
|Last Updated on Friday, 20 September 2013 21:27|