Saturday, July 31, 2021

Private Company holds Canada’s Most Compelling UFO Data

Nav Canada


Nav Canada is sitting on 25 years of UFO evidence from pilots and the military.
     A private company holds some of Canada’s most compelling UFO data—and it has no interest in sharing it.

From air traffic control towers to radar installations, Nav Canada
By Daniel Otis
Vice
7-29-21
directs thousands of flights per day. That makes the company the first line of contact when professional pilots spot UFOs in Canadian airspace, like on the morning of Oct. 21, 2005, when Nav Canada staff "received reports from four aircraft flight crews of a shiny silver object over Toronto."

3 comments :

  1. Gee, with the decision to outsource air traffic control to "Nav Canada make the USA appear to be significantly more vigilant to incursions over our own sovereign air space and over naval waters where we practice defense measures.WTH is wrong with the Canadian government to permit this, absent so called binding legal contracts..Jeesh!!!

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    1. You just might be wrong in your thinking:

      Insight

      September 12, 2017

      IS IT TIME FOR THE U.S. TO PRIVATIZE ITS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL?
      Brianna Fernandez

      Summary

      The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has struggled to modernize America’s air traffic control (ATC) system for the past 15 years. The aviation industry’s antiquated, World War II-era technology increasingly drives higher costs and more delays.
      The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has proposed transferring air traffic control (ATC) operations from the FAA to a separate not-for-profit corporate entity, similar to the system Canada adopted in 2009.
      Since Canada privatized its ATC system, it has been able to integrate modernized ATC technology, and has seen lower cost per flight hour compared to the United States.
      With an imminent need to modernize America’s ATC system, Congress should look to Canada’s example to achieve a modernized, efficient system for aviation users.


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    2. Eh, those who advocate for the AAF to replace the FAA may have a vested interest in their position..The last thing the US needs now is another privatized entity which would make them immune from FOIA requests..So no... I'm not wrong in my thinking

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