Bombardier’s latest business jets naturally have the latest in cockpit technology. Pretty neat stuff.
Transport Canada has certified Bombardier’s latest business jet models as the leaned down company focuses on the last vestige of its once-broad aviation portfolio and the one that has been the most consistent moneymaker. The […]
The severe turbulence incident that injured dozens of passengers and crew on an Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Australia last July was both unpredictable and not the fault of anyone according to the Transportation […]
A couple of months after buying Bombardier’s regional jet business, Mitsubishi announced it’s opening an office near Montreal to focus on its Spacejet small airliner. “As a Japanese company with a global market, we are […]
2019-08-27 C-GLFH, a privately registered Cessna 177B aircraft, was on final approach to Salmon Arm (CZAM), BC with 2 persons on board. On short final, the pilot noticed he no longer had engine power. The […]
2019-08-25 C-GHUG, a Bell 206L helicopter operated by Sunrise Helicopters, was conducting aerial works flight with chemical spray equipment from a Mix Rig platform, en route for a final spray application. The pilot was watching […]
C-GWJF, a Boeing 737-700 operated by WestJet was conducting flight WJA1535 from Houston/George Bush Intercontinental (KIAH) to Calgary, AB (CYYC). While enroute in cruise, WJA1535 entered turbulence. At this time a flight attendant was at […]
2019-08-21 C-GENK, a de Havilland DHC-8-400 aircraft operated by WestJet Encore, was conducting flight WEN3436 from Toronto / Lester B. Pearson Intl (CYYZ) ON to Moncton / Greater Moncton Intl (CYQM), NB. During climb out […]
The top prize for women taking part in next March’s Women of Aviation Worldwide Week is a $10,000 CAD scholarship for qualifying female student pilots to continue their flight training. The next week-long effort, March […]
While the world fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft have remained firmly grounded for six months, Air Canada flew one of its MAXes on 11 training hops in August and early September according to Reuters. […]
A young first officer who goes by the name pilotemilie has produced a few popular videos of her journey up the career ladder.
At least three Arctic airports have been shipped unusable jet fuel and it’s affecting air service to those communities. An out-of-spec batch of fuel ended up in Paulatuk, Ulukhaktok and Sachs Harbour during the normal […]
Diamond Aircraft’s Diamond Flight Centre is partnering with Fanshawe College, of London, Ont. to create a flight school designed to produce 80 commercial pilots a year with a variety of business skills. Students at the […]
Another relatively inexpensive ADS-B Out option for Canadian pilots who fly to the U.S. should be available soon in Canada. The FAA has granted supplementary type certificate approval to uAvionix for its tailBeacon, which replaces […]