FAA and NAV Canada NOTAM Failures and Joint and Muscle Pain Relief Remedies

Jan 12, 2023
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By Leroy A. Brown

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating why many flights across the United States of America (U.S.A.) were canceled or delayed.

It was reported that a system that relays safety information to pilots and airplane dispatchers was not working properly on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

The computer system failure was fixed on Wednesday, January 11, 2023.

Initial findings by the FAA have revealed that a database may have been damaged.

The specific computer system in question is the NOTAM (Notice to Air Missions) system.

The NOTAM system sends alerts like bad weather, hazards, a rocket landing, and information on anything that may affect planes flying.

This information is primarily sent to pilots and airplane dispatchers before takeoff to ensure safety.

The NOTAM system is different from the air traffic control system, as the latter is used to ensure planes do not crash into each other.

Out of precaution, the FAA prevented planes from taking off when the backup phone system became overwhelmed.

As a result of planes not being able to take off as scheduled, there were over 1,000 cancellations and approximately 9,000 delays.

Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg, the United States (U.S.) Secretary of Transportation spoke about the computer system failure and the impact caused.

Tim Campbell, president of MVC Consulting LLC, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and former senior vice president (SVP) of air operations at American Airlines had stated that the FAA’s technology system is outdated and is a cause for concern.

Representative Rick Larsen of Washington State’s Second Congressional District, a member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and a senior member of the Armed Services Committee, has expressed concerns about the FAA’s technology infrastructure. 



Nav Canada, Canada’s air navigation services provider, also had a NOTAM system failure after the U.S. NOTAM system failed.

Canada’s NOTAM system was restored in about two (2) hours.

Mike Arnot, principal of Juliett Alpha Media Relations in New York, U.S.A., stated that this type of failure could be challenging as many individuals can be affected flying in and out of Canada and the U.S.

The Honourable Omar Alghabra, Minister of Transportation of Canada, was monitoring the NOTAM failure situation in Canada and the U.S.



So, what does joint and muscle pain have to do with aviation?

Well, as people in the aviation industry carry out their duties, they may experience joint and muscle pain.

Individuals traveling may experience joint and muscle pain as well.

And, of course, we all will have or have already had joint and muscle pain at some point.

Joint and muscle pain may be acute (i.e., it goes away in a short time) or chronic (i.e., it last a long time).

Joint and muscle pain may be relieved in several ways, such as:

  • Using natural products

  • Exercising

  • Using medications

  • Having surgery

  • Doing acupuncture



Having muscle pain or joint pain is not fun!

It is painful and can hinder you from achieving your goals.

Thus, stop suffering and start living!

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