A few months ago I got an ICOM IC-R2 receiver (it's smaller than a pack of smokes).
I've been having a great time with it while visiting Toronto's Pearson Intl Airport (YYZ), as well as just listening to pilots checking in with Toronto's arrival controllers from my home (I live 12 nm from YYZ).
Unfortunately I can't find an old Canada Air Pilot (CAP) book that I have, so I have no approch plates to look at to see where the final approach fixes are located around the city.
When I hear a pilot receive instructions to cross over "NOAH" at 4000 ft and 190 knots while on the ILS for rwy 24 R, it sure would be nice to know where NOAH is.
So, before I go out and buy a new $30 CAP with approach charts for every airport in Canada (when I only want Toronto's) I thought I'd ask you guys if there's any way to view Toronto's approach charts over the internet. Is this possible?
Any help is much appreciated.