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 […]
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 […]
The mysterious crash of an Air Saguenay Beaver in a remote Labrador lake has prompted a lawsuit in which the plaintiffs plan to use “probable inference” to press their case for damages from the airline. […]
Air traffic control services are returning to Montreal Mirabel Airport Jan. 30 of 2020 after an aeronautical study determined the traffic warranted active control. Controllers will man the tower at Mirabel 16 hours a day […]
2019-10-22 C-FABA, a de Havilland DHC-8-102 aircraft operated by Wasaya Airways, was conducting flight WSG815 from Pickle Lake (CYPL), ON to Fort Severn (CYER), ON with 2 crew members on board. While enroute, the crew […]
2019-10-18 C-FZPW, a Beech B200 operated by Keewatin Air, was operating flight KEW206 from Winnipeg/James Armstrong Richardson Intl (CYWG), MB to Rankin Inlet (CYRT), NU. During the takeoff from runway 18 in CYWG, the flight […]
Calgary’s Hangar Flight Museum revealed its newly restored Canadian-built Hawker Hurricane last week.
Canadian flight attendants have served notice to Transport Canada that they expect to be consulted before the Boeing 737 MAX is returned to service. The unions representing cabin crew members at Air Canada, WestJet and […]
After seven years and more than $700,000 the new centrepiece of the Hangar Flight Museum in Calgary was unveiled over the weekend. The made-in-Canada Hawker Hurricane has been in the collection for more than 50 […]
Air Canada has rolled out its first Airbus A220 in company colours and also announced it’s pushing up its entry to service by more than three months. The aircraft, with its black “Zorro mask” livery […]
Flight Date: 10/01/2019 Flight School: Namao Flying club Flight Instructor:Greg Killoran Comment:My first solo flight was incredible. This is a great feeling when you land a Cessna keeping flight control your hands in reality, first […]
For all practical purposes, Canadian North and First Air are now a single airline with one schedule, one reservation system and a unifying logo that, like the new airline, represents elements of both historic carriers. […]