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Canadian Harrier For Sale

A Red Deer businessman has put one of his prized possessions, a Sea Harrier, up for sale on eBay and he’s hoping the almost-flyable aircraft stays in Canada. Ian Cotton, of Red Deer, is selling this nearly […]

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Midair kills four in B.C.

Four people and a dog are dead following the midair collision of a glider and a Cessna 150 over a campground in Pemberton, B.C. Saturday. Debris rained over the Nairn Falls Campground, which was packed […]

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Northern Lights Awards

The Northern Lights Award Foundation winners have been announced for 2013. The are: Flight Operations/Maintenance, Lt. Col Maryse Carmichael, outgoing Snowbirds commanding officer; Government, Catherine Fletcher, Transport Canada Regional Director for Prairies and Northern Region; […]

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Maverick Flying Car Crashes in B.C.

A Maverick flying car, which is really just a large powered parachute with street legal chassis, crashed in a schoolyard in Vernon, B.C. Friday morning, moments before Canadian Aviator Editor Russ Niles was to take […]

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Toronto Studies Porter Expansion

Toronto City Council voted in favour of getting staff to analyze Porter Airlines’s proposed operation of Bombardier CSeries jets from Billy Bishop Airport. Porter Airlines is hoping to fly Bombardier CSeries jets from Billy Bishop […]

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Donations Fuel Lancaster Engine Work

The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Lancaster will fly as scheduled this summer, fueled by donations from across the country. It’s engine overhaul time for Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Lancaster The Packard Merlin engines on the […]

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Kitson ‘First To Solo’

A Manitoba girl whose dream of being a pilot was kickstarted by the Women of Aviation Worldwide event at St. Andrews Airport in March wasted no time fulfilling that dream. Lindsay Kitson was the first […]

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Air Canada Loses Court Battle

The B.C. Court of Appeal has ruled against Air Canada in a jurisdictional issue that could see the airline having to repay millions in fuel surcharges that it allegedly disguised as taxes. Air Canada is […]

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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 is trying to convince the […]

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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 737 was involved in an […]

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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 the vehicle and he brought […]

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Snowbirds from Space

With crack military precision and a little help from the unpredictable West Coast weather, the RCAF Snowbirds had their picture taken from 370 km away April 21. International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield snapped a […]

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Fairview Canso Gets Engines

The effort to restore a damaged Canso by a volunteer group in Fairview, AB got a major boost this month from city at the opposite end of the country. The Fairview Aircraft Restoration Society now […]