AirMarket Aviation Data

High Quality Digital Aviation Data for Drone Operations

28-Day Data Maintenance Process


Our process follows existing international standards set by the
International Civil Aviation Organization (“ICAO”)

Collect
Updates

Assemble Updates from Industry Recognized Suppliers.

Process
Updates

Interpret and Integrate data feeds into our system.

Conduct
Quality Assurance

Perform Geospatial and Data Integrity Processes.

Publish
Data

Made available for internal & external customers.

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Aeronautical Data

We use industry recognized ARINC Data. This is the same data that is mandated to control commercial and military aircraft.



Information includes Controlled & Restricted Airspace, Aerodromes, and Flight Information Region (“FIR”) Data.



This Data is updated as per the 28-day AIRAC Cycle.

Toronto City Centre Airport, Canada, seen from just above King Street West.
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario.
On the northwest shore of Lake Ontario but as far south as the French Riviera, Toronto is the largest urban centre in Canada and fifth largest in North America, with a population of over 2.5 million. It is the core of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and part of the Golden Horseshoe region of south-central Ontario, populated by over 8 million residents.
People have lived in the area since shortly after the last ice age, but the urban centre dates to 1793, when British colonial officials founded the Town of York on the Upper Canadian frontier. That village grew to become the City of Toronto in 1834.
As Canada's economic capital, Toronto leads in the aerospace sector, arts, business services, education, film, finance, media, medical research, publishing, software production, sports industries, telecommunication, television production, tourism, and transportation. The Toronto Stock Exchange, the world's sixth largest, is located in the city, along with most of Canada's corporations. The cost of living in Toronto is the highest in Canada.
Toronto's labour force totalled more than 1.4 million in 2006, representing 20 per cent of the provincial labour force. Eighty percent of city residents work in service-producing industries.
About 49 percent of the population of Toronto was born outside Canada. Because of the city's relatively low crime rate, clean environment, and high standard of living, Toronto is consistently rated one of the world's most liveable cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit and the Mercer Quality of Living Survey. Actor Peter Ustinov referred to it in 1987 as "a kind of New York operated by the Swiss."
The name Toronto has a rich history. Originally, the term referred to The Narrows, a channel of water through which Lake Simcoe discharges into Lake Couchiching. The Mohawk called the narrows

Canadian Aerodrome Data

We licence the registered list of Canadian Aerodromes from NAV Canada. We integrate this information to ensure our customers get the most accurate data for Canada.



This information includes Aerodrome, Waterdromes, and Heliports.

Timeline

Aviation Data Updates


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