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Longview At Paris Air Show

Longview Aviation Capital has become Canada’s largest exhibitor at the Paris Air Show this year with its recent acquisition of airliner and air tanker programs from Bombardier. The company, which includes the newly revived De […]

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Aerobat On A Freeway

Friday evening traffic was snarled in Surrey, B.C., just east of Vancouver, when a Cessna 152 Aerobat made an emergency landing on one of the area’s busiest commuter routes. The pilot reported an issue with […]

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Pizzas Ease Ramp Delay

Flying anywhere in Canada in winter can be a crap shoot and when circumstances piled up on Halifax-bound passengers last week, their captain made sure they were fed. The unidentified Air Canada skipper bought 23 […]

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Class Action Noise Suit Approved

A group of neighbours living near Montreal’s Pierre Trudeau Airport have been granted class action status for a lawsuit against Montreal’s airport authority, Transport Canada and Nav Canada. The suit, by a group called Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau […]

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Duty Rules Criticized

New flight and duty day restrictions being proposed by Transport Canada are being criticized by those on both sides of the contentious issue. TC published its proposed regulations in the Canada Gazette last week. They […]

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Global Odyssey Launches

The father-son team of Bob and Steven Dengler are looking to become the first Canadians to circumnavigate the globe in a helicopter. They’re doing it to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, and they’re using as much […]

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McLeod In Top Form

Things continue to look up for Red Bull Race pilot Pete McLeod of London, Ontario. The Red Lake native came second behind American Kirby Chambliss in a race in Budapest last weekend and improved his […]