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Red Deer to Host Air Races

The inaugural Canadian International Air Racing Championships will be held in conjunction with the Red Deer International Airshow on July 29 and 30 at that city’s airport. What the city is billing to be an […]


Canadian North Retires Last 737-200

The last gravel kit-equipped Boeing 737 ended its four-decade-long career in Canada’s North this week with a round-trip flight between its Yellowknife, NWT base and Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. Boeing provided an optional kit for the […]

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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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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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‘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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