UPAC Disputes Drone Risk Data

Canada’s ultralight aircraft operators say proposed rules to allow drones that weigh more than ultralights to fly in rural airspace, including beyond visual line of sight are a significant risk for manned operations. In a […]

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July 2020

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Air Canada Retires 767

Air Canada has formally retired its fleet of Boeing 767s after flying various iterations of the type for almost 38 years. It’s last revenue flight with Boeing’s first two-aisle, two-engine airliner came June 2 when […]

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DC-6 Full of Dogs

A stranded team of Norwegian sled dogs from the Iditarod Race in Alaska hitched a ride on the final flight of DC-6 headed for a Norwegian museum and stopped for fuel at Buffalo Airways in […]