Some flights could be impacted this month as Kelowna International Airport updates its Instrument Landing System.
The system provides aircraft guidance to the runway.
Airport Director Sam Samaddar says poor weather conditions, such as fog, in conjunction with the system outage, could affect flights at YLW.
He says in some cases, flights could be diverted to other airports or cancelled, during low visibility days.
The upgrade is expected to be done by the end of this month.
“Our priority is ensuring these upgrades are completed with minimal impacts to passengers,” says Samaddar. “We are working closely with NAV CANADA and the airlines to ensure the outage period is as short as possible.”