The CFS 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.
The Canada Air Pilot and the Restricted Canada Air Pilot provide aeronautical information related to the arrival or departure phases of a flight. Both contain ground operations information.
Enroute High and Low Altitude charts provide aeronautical information for instrument navigation in the low and high airway structure of the Canadian Domestic Airspace.
This chart series provides flight crews with information to facilitate IFR navigation in the terminal area of aerodromes in compliance with air traffic services (ATS) procedures. It is intended to assist in the transition from the enroute portion of the flight to the arrival portion, or from the departure portion to the enroute portion, at those terminals where the airspace structure is relatively complex.
ICAO Type A Charts have been prepared for selected airports used by operators of large aircraft and provide detailed information regarding significant obstructions in approach areas of runways. They are required for operational planning purposes.
The Canada Water Aerodrome Supplement provides tabulated data and graphical information in support of the Canadian VFR charts. It contains an aerodrome/facilities directory of all water aerodromes shown on Canadian VFR charts and lists communications stations data, radio aids and other data supplemental to the VFR charts.