By John Chalmers Once again the Canadian Aviation Historical Society (CAHS) has published its annual calendar with original art from Canada’s top aviation artists. Included in the 2021 Calendar are paintings from members of the […]
Flair Airlines says it’s adding 13 Boeing 737 MAX airliners to its current complement of three older 800 series 737s. The aircraft will be leased from 777 Partners, which has a 25 percent stake in […]
Montana-based uAvionix has announced that their tailBeaconX, an ultrasmall device that can be installed in place of a standard tail beacon or position light on certified aircraft, has now received TSO approval from the American […]
Most aircraft passengers, including those on GA flights, will need proof of a negative test for COVID-19 to enter the U.S. for the foreseeable future. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the […]
A low-level stall/spin preceded the fatal crash of a Murphy Moose on floats in central Alberta last summer. The pilot, a training pilot and a passenger were all killed when the big homebuilt single crashed […]
Ice fishing is the great winter pastime in much of the country and these Manitoba pilots combine both their passions on the winter runways that Mother Nature provides. Thanks to Rick Hiebert.
De Havilland Canada will pause production of Q400 turboprops later this year when the last of its backlog of 17-19 aircraft is built. Orders have dried up for the regional airline mainstay because of the […]
Photo by Herve Dormoune Aerial firefighting pioneer Conair, of Abbotsford, B.C. is looking to the future and has chosen the De Havilland Q400 as its large platform for the future. The company, which formed in […]
Former Transport Minister Marc Garneau has been promoted to Foreign Affairs Minister and replaced by Omar Alghabra, a Mississauga MP. On his first day on the job, Air Canada announced 1,900 layoffs and route cuts […]
AMAZING C-17 GLOBEMASTER III CLOSE-UP TAKEOFF with AMAZING ENGINE SOUND!
WestJet is blaming the federal government’s sudden requirement for airline passengers arriving in Canada to have negative COVID-19 tests for the slashing of its schedule and job cuts affecting 1,000 employees this week. The airline […]
An Ontario MP says he’s found a way for the federal government to intervene in Nav Canada’s apparent intention to cut air traffic control services at seven airports. Windsor MP Brian Masse had asked Transport […]
The Transportation Safety Board says fatigue failure of the right wing strut attach assembly caused the crash of a Blue Water Aviation DHC-3 Otter near Little Grand Rapids, Manitoba in October of 2019. The float-equipped […]
After a disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, work has resumed on the restoration of an RCAF Lancaster at the National Air Force Museum in Trenton. According to a CBC report, volunteers are committed to […]