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Longview At Paris Air Show

Longview Aviation Capital has become Canada’s largest exhibitor at the Paris Air Show this year with its recent acquisition of airliner and air tanker programs from Bombardier. The company, which includes the newly revived De […]

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Aerobat On A Freeway

Friday evening traffic was snarled in Surrey, B.C., just east of Vancouver, when a Cessna 152 Aerobat made an emergency landing on one of the area’s busiest commuter routes. The pilot reported an issue with […]

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De Havilland Nameplate Returns

The De Havilland name returned to aviation earlier this week as Longview Aviation Capital Corp. formally took ownership of Bombardier’s Dash-8 program and immediately went back to the aircraft’s roots. The current iteration, the Q400, […]

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ADS-B Proposal Outlined

Nav Canada is proposing that aircraft flying in most controlled airspace be equipped with ADS-B by as early as Jan. 1, 2023. In an email response to a personal inquiry by Canadian Aviator columnist Rich […]

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Passenger Rights Laws Unveiled

Transport Minister Marc Garneau has unveiled a sweeping set of compensation and service standards for passengers who are bumped, delayed or have their flights cancelled. The measures will be implemented in two phases, the first […]

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Hall of Fame Inductees Honoured

By John Chalmers On May 16 at Bombardier’s Laurent Beaudoin Completion Centre at the Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame installed five new members at the Hall’s 46th annual induction ceremonies […]

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CAHS Convention Next Week

There are still tickets available for the annual convention of the Canadian Aviation Historical Society which takes place May 22-25 at John Abbott College in the village of Ste. Anne de Bellevue, just west of […]