The world’s largest airplane flew a whole lot of medical supplies to Toronto on Saturday and there were lots of cameras on it.
The CBC prepared this video report featuring former Snowbird 1 Robert “Scratch” Mitchell and his step by step description of what is known about the crash.
The Snowbirds will wrap up their cross-country tribute to frontline workers in the next few days. Here’s tank cam video of the Belleville/Trenton flypast.
Likely the only chance most Canadians will get to see the Snowbirds this summer will be during Operation Inspiration in the next week or so. Here’s an interesting topside view of the team on Vancouver […]
Instead of our normal quick hit video this week, put the headphones on and settle in for an hour-long documentary on the Beaver, centred around Viking Air’s restoration of Olivia, a former U.S. Army airframe.
Dave Hadfield took the Vintage Wings Spitfire to Oshkosh a couple of years ago and a photo flight was inevitable.
Social distancing at its finest is available off the west coast of Vancouver Island where Vargas Island Beach makes a great runway.
Time to start thinking about summer flying trips and the northwest corner of the continent offers challenges and beauty.
Restoring vintage aircraft is often a waiting game and work has stalled on the vintage aircraft while the Buffalo crew awaits parts.
One of the interesting operations at Stoney Creek Airport in Ontario, which had a major fire on Friday, is winch launched paraglider flights. This short video shows the airport and the cluster of buildings where […]
Andrew McNamara and his golden retriever Maverick spent some quality time at their Setting North Outpost Camp last fall.
YouTube reviewers were among those aboard the first revenue flight of Air Canada’s A220 from Montreal to Calgary and Everyday Reviews was one of them.
There may be an airline pilot shortage but those who’ve made it to the front office still get a giggle out of the whole thing, like Air Canada Capt. Jeff Lewis.
Golden Hawks creator Fern Villeneuve died Christmas Day and his legacy is celebrated in this 1971 Department of National Defence film.