AOPA has bought a Canadian homebuilt RV-10 from Estevan, Saskatchewan as its sweepstakes aircraft for the coming year.
Canada’s airline industry is characterized as a hotbed of sexual harassment, infidelity and gender discrimination in an uncomfortable workplace where male pilots play a lead role in creating the toxic environment according to a Global […]
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association has chosen a Canadian homebuilt that has weathered a half dozen prairie winters as its annual sweepstakes aircraft. AOPA editor Dave Hirschmann traveled from AOPA headquarters in relatively balmy […]
After a 14-year absence, the air show circuit returned to Moose Jaw July 6 for the Saskatchewan Air Show and one of the local papers put this nice video together.
Pilots of an Air Canada Boeing 777-200 had little warning of the violent turbulence that injured 37 passengers and crew over the Pacific on Thursday. Passengers described a chaotic scene on board the aircraft, which […]
The process of merging the North’s two largest airlines is officially under way, two months after the federal government approved their joining. Faced with increasing pressure from mainstream airlines competing on some of the most […]
The Vintage Wings Robert Hampton Gray Goodyear Corsair was damaged in a landing mishap and pilot John Aitken was hurt but both are expected to be back in the air in the future.
The aircraft formerly known as CSeries is on solid footing after a year under the control of Airbus according Airbus. The Airbus Canada Limited Partnership was formed on July 1, 2018 giving Airbus majority control […]
Air Canada and Porter Airlines are among hundreds of carriers collectively trying to quash new passenger compensation rules that start to come into effect July 15. The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents 290 […]
A Goodyear Corsair belonging to Vintage Wings of Canada was heavily damaged and the well-known pilot seriously injured after the rare Second World War fighter departed the runway at Gatineau Airport and ended up in […]
One of a handful of Icon A5 aircraft in Canada was destroyed in a landing mishap on Okanagan Lake earlier this week. The aircraft, a U.S.-made Light Sport amphibious design, was landing on the lake […]
A year ago, Bombardier was the fourth largest airliner manufacturer in the world and earlier this week it ceased to be one. The company announced it had sold its CRJ business to Mitsubishi for $550 […]
By Jean-Pierre Bonin A total of 143,409 aviation aficionados attended the Bagotville International Air Show last weekend. There was no admission charged and the caused an unprecedented crush of more than 93,000 on Saturday so […]