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May Enters Boeing Fray

British Prime Minister Theresa May has entered the fray over Boeing’s trade complaints against Bombardier and has appealed directly to U.S. President Donald Trump in the dispute. A decision will be made Sept. 26 by […]

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Vivian Gregoire

Flight Date: 07/11/2017 Flight School: Mitchinson’s Flight Centre Flight Instructor: Tim Penner Comment:My first solo is a flight that I will never forget. It was the beginning of so many things. It was a thrilling flight. […]

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CBAA/ADSE Meeting Breaks New Ground

The Canadian Business Aviation Association says its recent collaborative effort with the Aerospace Defence and Security Expo “broke new ground with expanded educational and exhibition opportunities that will set a new standard for high-value convention […]

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CS100 Serving London City

Swiss International Airlines has begun service to London City Centre Airport using Bombardier CS100 airliners, the largest aircraft to regularly use the airport. To get into City Centre, the approach is at 5.5 degrees rather […]

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Respect Fire NOTAMS

There are lots of NOTAMs for fire suppression in B.C. and not all of them are being respected. B.C. has more than 100 active fires and generally there’s a 10nm radius restricted area around them […]

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WestJet Delays Budget Carrier

Full-scale unionization drives in virtually all departments at WestJet have followed the successful bid by the Airline Pilots Association to organize pilots. Flight attendants, gate staff, mechanics and ramp employees are all being asked to […]