Incident at EDMONTON INTL AB (CYEG) (ATM - other)
2005-06-10: The crew of a Dassault Falcon 900, C-GAZU, was unable to maintain the required separation from CYR 221 due to severe seather conditions. The aircraft was heading north on J517 when they requested deviation to the right due to lightning storms, their position being 14 NM west of CYR 221. When the aircraft was nine miles west of CYR 221, the Controller requested the aircraft to turn left direct OBRAD. The crew advised thay they were unable and the Controller then requested a left turn when safe. The crew turned left when the flight was clear of the lightning storms. The aircraft came within one NM of CYR 221 where five miles separation was required. Nil observed traffic within CYR 221.
2005-06-14: UPDATE ANS and Airspace reported that an Operational Safety Investigation will not be conducted. Edmonton ACC consulted with Cold Lake Terminal Control during this incident, however, they said they did not have control over that particular airspace and couldn't definitively say if anyone was within.
2005-06-15: UPDATE TSB reported that the Cathton Holdings Ltd. Dassault Falcon 900C, C-GAZU, was on a flight from Calgary, AB to Ft. McMurray, AB. While maneuvering for severe weather in the vicinity of the Cold Lake AFB restricted area CYR 221, the aircraft came within 1 NM of the boundary where 5 NM was required. There was no traffic observed in CYR 221.
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