Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Calgary Airport Authority will not be hosting its YYC Navigators program. We do not yet know when it will return, but look forward to when we can host the program safely again.
The Calgary Airport Authority and its many partners have developed an airport familiarization program – YYC Navigators - for individuals who would benefit from becoming familiar with airport processes and procedures from curb to gate, prior to their actual flight.
YYC Navigators is tailored to meet the needs for families who are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). As airport processes are unfamiliar for many, and some families are unsure if they can travel due to sensory and communication challenges, many choose to not travel by air. By giving families affected by ASD the opportunity to become more familiar with airport processes, flying can be a more pleasant and viable option.
Read the program FAQs.
Enjoy our video recap on the successful launch of YYC Navigators in September 2015.