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Bill Peppler Dies At 95

Bill Peppler, a towering figure in Canadian aviation died April 1 in Ottawa at the age of 95. Peppler was a founding member of the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association and served as its general […]

Three Canadian MAXes Grounded

Three Canadian-operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft were pulled from service on Friday as part of a precautionary grounding related to electrical issues that affected dozens of aircraft operated by 16 airlines. Three Canadian airlines operate […]

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Qatar thinks it's the right home for the ICAO
Canada Fights To Keep ICAO
Montreal is too isolated and has an extreme climate according to a lobbying effort to have the International Civil Aviation Organization's office moved. Qatar, a tiny country next to Bahrain ...
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This Enerjet 737 was involved in an overrun at Fort Nelson in January of 2012
Pilot Fatigue Blamed For Overrun
The Transportation Safety Board is blaming pilot fatigue for a runway overrun in January of 2012 by an Enerjet Boeing 737-700 at Fort Nelson Airport in northeastern B.C. This Enerjet ...
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The Maverick is a street-legal vehicle with a pusher prop that flies about 40 mph under a parachute.
‘Flying Car’ Lands in Kelowna
The first Maverick has been imported to Canada by one of the developers of the unique canopy-supported roadable aircraft. Ray Siebring and his wife Julie are among the developers of ...
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