, a Cessna 310, was doing some practice IFR work using the unpublished ILS 34 approach at Springbank and the pilot was cleared to enter a hold on the Calgary VOR at 6500 feet. At the same time, C-FCCM
, a Piper Twin Comanche owned by Morgan Air Services, was also doing the unpublished approach and proceeding to the VOR at 6500 feet. The two a/c passed each other with minimal separation. Then, C-GBVM
left the hold to do a procedure turn outbound for a self-vectored approach to Runway 34. C-FCCM
was 6 miles south on a full procedure turn for the simulated ILS to Runway 34. Traffic was passed on to both a/c. C-FCCM
intercepted the localizer one mile behind C-GVBM
, who had intercepted from the opposite side. Conditions were VFR and no regulations were violated, however the pilot of the Morgan Air a/c complained that the other a/c had compromised his airspace.