Kit aircraft maker Murphy Aircraft, of Chilliwack, B.C., has announced that it will enter the factory-built industry with an S-LSA version of its popular Rebel. The company also announced it’s planning to introduce a more […]
After a 12-year absence, the London Air Show will return next Sept. 17-18. So far, the only confirmed acts are the Snowbirds and CF-18 demo teams but organizers promise plenty of variety on the ground […]
The oil slump has caused WestJet to cut 88 flights a week between B.C. and Alberta cities. Fort MacMurray is among the hardest hit, losing flights to Kelowna, Edmonton and Calgary. There will also be one […]
Horizon Airlines, the regional arm of Alaska Airlines, appears ready to order more than 30 Embraer E175 aircraft. The company, which is in a pitched battle with Delta Airlines for dominance at Seattle’s Sea-Tac Airport, […]
The U.S. FAA and TSA have ended its border skirmish with Canadian pilots by withdrawing a controversial NOTAM that caused some serious heartburn for some operators north of the border. The new NOTAM was posted […]
Flight Date:01/26/2016 Flight School: Mitchinson Flight Centre Flight Instructor: Randy Kerney Comment:Congrats Carter!!
Flight Date:01/22/2016 Flight School: Mitchinson Flight Centre Flight Instructor: Matthew Kirzinger Comment:Congrats Michael on your first solo!
Flight Date:01/21/2016 Flight School: Mitchinson Flight Centre Flight Instructor: Matthew Kirzinger Comment:Congratulations on your first solo Lance!
The Heintz brothers have purchased the intellectual property and physical assets of SAM Aircraft and say they plan to offer the retro-looking advanced ultralight as a U.S. LSA or kit built aircraft. The aircraft, designed […]
Start-up no-frills airline NewLeaf Travel has postponed its start up because of a licensing issue with the Canadian Transportation Agency. The agency wants to delve deeper into the relationship between the company and Flair Airlines […]
Bombardier may have the marquee customer it needs to properly launch its new airliner. Delta CEO Richard Anderson said his company is taking a “serious look” at the technologically advanced design. “It’s a pretty impressive […]
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has so far not amended a NOTAM that is causing major headaches and expense for some Canadian pilots and operators. On Jan. 1, the FAA issued the NOTAM, which requires […]
Flight Date:12/15/2015 Flight School: Edmonton Filght Club Flight Instructor: Rob Armstrong Comment: I was not planning on doing a solo that day, my instructor just told me he was getting out and I was gonna go […]
Bombardier has fired its long-time dealer in the Middle East, cancelled orders that were taking too long to turn into cash flow and centralized sales to save money and reap more profit from 50 large-cabin […]
Transport Canada has lifted the six-week suspension of Buffalo Airways’ operating certificate but the company is on a short leash. Buffalo satisfied the last of TC’s long list of safety and administrative shortcomings late Tuesday […]