It’s likely no one predicted the first electric airliner would be a Beaver but Harbour Air is planning to fly a prototype next week.
It’s been a busy week at 437 Transport Squadron as the RCAF team that moves senior government officials around dealt with two (out of five) broken airplanes and its top two clients overseas. Can Force […]
Bombardier is planting its flag at Pearson Airport in Toronto with a $350 million final assembly plant for its top tier line of business jets. The company has signed a 38-year lease with the Greater […]
Harbour Air’s ePlane, the De Havilland Beaver with an electric motor is tentatively scheduled to fly on Dec.11. “Harbour Air and magniX will unveil the world’s first Beaver seaplane retrofitted with a 750 horsepower all-electric […]
Overview Harbour Air’s Silent Flight – Electric Airlines coming SOON Call of the Bell – Airline Pilot Revisits Rotary Roots Keep Practicing – Winter Flying Offers New Opportunities Fuel; Cap Catastrophy – The Smallest Things […]
The Jet Air Museum in London has a Canadair T-Bird in Red Knight livery that it has flown in some air shows.
Four individuals and an iconic air demonstration team will be the 2020 inductees into the Canadian Aviation Hall of Fame. “This year’s inductees are Clifford MacKay McEwen, a fighter pilot from the First and Second […]
The Winnipeg Police Service’s chief pilot has won the prestigious Innovation in Safety Award from Airbus for his work to reduce the danger of laser strikes and drone encounters around the local airport. Malcolm Murray […]
A longtime instructor and training icon is the recipient of this year’s David Charles Abramson Memorial Flight Instructor Award. While Jack Proctor was a line pilot, instructor and check pilot at Air Canada, he also […]
Garmin has an incredible deal for readers of Canadian Aviatior Magazine. The renowned manufacturer of avionics and GPS navigation equipment is offering our readers 35 percent off the retail price of up to three items […]
De Havilland Aircraft of Canada left the Dubai Air Show with potential orders for up to 37 Dash 8-400 aircraft cementing its place in the regional aircraft market. “We are especially pleased with our performance […]
After a 14-hour flight the last thing a flight crew wants to hear is an order to go around but it beats overrunning a plane still on the runway.
If ever there was proof that in adversity lies opportunity, Canadian training and simulator company CAE is a prime example. The worldwide pilot shortage and even the devastating grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX airliner […]