The Canada Flight Supplement is a joint civil/military publication. It contains information on Canadian and North Atlantic aerodromes and is used as a reference for the planning and safe conduct of air operations. Terminal and Enroute data enclosed.
General: Tables, legends and associated information pertinent to interpretation of the supplement.
Aerodrome Directory: Data and sketches for Canadian aerodromes and heliports and selected aerodromes in the North Atlantic.
Planning: Information for flight planning, characteristics of airspace, chart updating, flight restrictions, IFR routes, airway intersections and chart distributors.
Radio Navigation and Communications: Data for radio navigation aids and communication facilities.
Military: Flight procedures and data, including sections on procedures for flight in the USA, North Atlantic and Alaska, air/ground communications and military training routes/areas.
Emergency: Emergency procedures.
The Canada Flight Supplement, measuring 5 ¼ by 8 ¼ inches, is available in English or a bilingual format. Data for the province of Quebec and the National Capital Region are presented in French in the bilingual edition.
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Q: What is the difference between the bi-lingual and english version? Does the bi-lingual version have everything written in french and english?
The bi-lingual version will have both English and French.