The RCAF is getting three new King Air 350ER aircraft outfitted with the latest in surveilance gear. We looked at the U.S. Army’s version of the plane at Sun ’n Fun 2017.
The founder of Murphy Aircraft, Darryl Murphy, will be inducted into EAA Homebuilders Hall of Fame Nov. 8. Although he’s officially retired, Murphy presided over the design of the Murphy Radical which flew for the […]
Members of the U.S. Transportation Safety Board didn’t mince words in their analysis of the near catastrophe involving an Air Canada A320 at San Francisco International Airport last July.
A passenger carrying drone built by Texas-based Astro Aerospace underwent testing at Toronto Markham Airport this week. The drone, called Elroy, was flying under a Transport Canada special flight operations certificate.
About 18 months after a training accident that left her with a disability, Victoria Flying Club flight instructor Kristen Ursel returned to the right seat on Sept. 3 for a flight around Victoria. She took […]
Most airshows thrive on speed and loud aircraft speed and the London Air Show really cranks up the volume.
Fresh from his appearance at AirVenture 2018 in Oshkosh, Kyle Fowler, of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, will perform at the Canadian International Air Show this weekend in his Long EZE.
Some nice vintage footage on the test program that put scale models of the CF-105 on the bottom of Lake Ontario, the first of which were raised from the depths earlier this week.
Historic Flight Foundation Founder John Sessions was the pilot of a de Havilland Dragon Rapide that crashed at Abbotsford on Aug. 11. Sessions flies everything in his extensive collection and was checked out in a […]
There’s nothing like the rumble of warbird engines to get the interest of pilots and the Canadian Warbird Operators Conference aims to keep them flying.
Air Georgian has invested heavily in recruitment and now it’s asking the whole industry to join it in creating the next generation of aviation workers. Here’s on of its ideas on attracting pilots.
A Canadian designed octocopter that meets basic ultralight specs was unveiled at AirVenture. Opener Inc.’s Blackfly drew large crowds and major media interest.
The CP-140 Aurora is not a particularly sexy aircraft but it’s earned a lot of respect around the world as a solid reconnaissance and surveillance platform. Buckle up for 44 minutes of all things Aurora.
This short video was shot in the same area where searchers are looking for a downed Cessna 182 and shows what they’re up against.