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The world’s largest airplane flew a whole lot of medical supplies to Toronto on Saturday and there were lots of cameras on it.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau says he’s afraid Canadian airlines would go bankrupt if they were forced to give refunds for flights cancelled by customers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Garneau told reporters he understands […]
The perimeter fence at Kamloops International Airport became an expression of the collective grief felt in the wake of the fatal Snowbirds crash there two weeks ago but it also loomed as a big FOD […]
In an impressive display of crew resource management, the two remaining pilots of a Delta Boeing 777 conducted a steep emergency descent to a landing at Moncton, New Brunswick while using a defibrillator to stabilize […]
The CBC prepared this video report featuring former Snowbird 1 Robert “Scratch” Mitchell and his step by step description of what is known about the crash.
Air Canada will be offering all-business-class seating on its most productive flights between Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal partly in response to the concerns over increasingly crowded aircraft. The airline has three A319s that it normally […]
A procession with full military honours will take Capt. Jennifer Casey’s remains home on Sunday. The 35-year-old former journalist and public affairs officer for the Snowbirds was killed after ejecting from a CT-114 Tutor in […]
Canadian Press – One member of the Canadian Armed Forces has died and another is injured after a Snowbird plane crashed in a residential area of Kamloops, B.C., on Sunday while on a cross-country tour […]
The Snowbirds will wrap up their cross-country tribute to frontline workers in the next few days. Here’s tank cam video of the Belleville/Trenton flypast.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries announced this week that it is suspending development of the M100 variant of its SpaceJet regional airliner and cut the overall budget of the program by half in response to the worldwide […]
The world’s only airport with dedicated pedestrian and bicycle access has again been named one of the best airports in the world. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport was judged the seventh best airport overall in […]
COVID 19 relief efforts in the developing world will get a boost from De Havilland Canada’s effort to provide an inexpensive process to convert legacy Dash-8 aircraft into temporary freighters. In recent months, aircraft manufacturers […]
Air Canada has announced it will shed 79 of its oldest aircraft as it realigns its operation to cope with the post-COVID hangover. The airline will immediately stop flying its E-190 regional aircraft and phase […]