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ADS-B Mandate for Canada?

AOPA is predicting that Canadian aircraft will require ADS-B out by 2021 as Nav Canada moves to the system for air traffic management. However, the requirements will be different from those in the U.S. in […]

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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 […]

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Keystone Air Grounded

Transport Canada has suspended the operating licence of Winnipeg-based Keystone Air over safety concerns. “This is a severe action that the department only takes when we identify serious safety deficiencies and must act to protect […]

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Matthew Chrétien

Flight Date: July 3, 2014 Flight School: Exactair Flight Instructor: Sébastien Lanoue Message:Congratulations Matthew on your first solo.

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Leduc Wins Webster Trophy

Sebastian Leduc is this year’s Webster Memorial Trophy winner. The Seneca College student competed against eight other young men from across the country to earn the title of Canada’s Top Amateur Pilot the week of […]

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Coffee Pot Emergency

Aug. 20/14-The Boeing 767-300, C-GHLT, operated by Air Canada as Flight ACA047 was en route to Honolulu from Vancouver when the flight crew declared an emergency with Oakland Center due to smoke and a burning […]