Nav Canada, the company responsible for Canada's air navigation system, recently added two Bombardier CRJ-200ERs to its stable of flight inspection aircraft. They join a Dash-8-100 twin turboprop - registration C-GCFK - and will replace two Challenger 600s - C-GCFG and C-GCFI.

The CRJ-200 are C-GFIO (c/n 7526, ex N662BR), and C-GNVC (c/n 7519, ex N660BR) - pictured before a calibration mission at Pearson International Airport, Toronto, on 18 August.

Both aircraft were formerly operated by Atlantic Coast Airlines and later Independence Air. The aircraft were placed on the Canadian register in mid-2007 and entered service a year later. The aircraft are equipped with Rockwell Collins Head-up Guidance System.

 Nav Canada CRJ 200
 © Nav Canada

Source: Flight International