Canadian North Phasing Out 737-200s

Canadian North is phasing out its last remaining Boeing 737-200s and will replace them with ATR42-500s. The 200s have been in service for almost 50 years and were unique among Boeings in that they could […]

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Tail Strike Highlights Stable Approach Message

The Transportation Safety Board is highlighting the importance of stabilized approaches with a press release on a relatively minor mishap in northern Quebec in January of 2020. The Air Inuit Dash-8-300 had a hard landing […]

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Unions Scrap Over Crew Rest

The Airline Pilots Association has taken the rare step of slamming another union in defence of recently introduced crew rest provisions in Canada. ALPA’s international president Capt. Joe DePete said in a news release that […]

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Airport Supporters Fight Owen Sound Landing Fees

As good flying weather returns, pilots and others who use Owen Sound Airport are trying to increase pressure on Owen Sound City Council to reverse a January decision to impose onerous landing fees at the […]

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RCAF Pilot Reprimanded For Flying To Cell Service

The RCAF has reprimanded a pilot for running a personal errand and using a few thousand pounds of Jet A in the process while at work. Capt. Nathaniel D’Arcy was commanding a CP-140 Aurora on […]

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