De Havilland, Bombardier Workers Strike

Unionized workers at Bombardier and DeHavilland Canada’s plants at Downsview in Toronto have gone on strike. There are 1,500 members of Unifor at the Bombardier plant, which builds Global series business jets, and 700 at […]

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Safety Innovator, Veteran, Andrew Carswell Dead At 98

Andrew Carswell, a Second World War veteran who helped make Canadian aviation among the safest in the world died last week in care in Toronto. The 19-year-old Carswell bailed out of his crashing Lancaster over […]

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Canadian-Developed eVTOL Wows AirVenture (Corrected)

A company that started in Ontario became the first to conduct crewed flights of an eVTOL aircraft this week. Opener Inc. flew its Black Fly aircraft numerous times at EAA AirVenture showing its unique all-terrain […]

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Air Canada Ready For Return To Normal

Air Canada says it has enough current pilots to get back to normal business now that the federal government has eased border restrictions. On Aug. 9, U.S. travellers with proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 […]

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Banished Pilot Cleared By Court

A Justice of the Peace in Brockton, Ontario has ruled in favour of a local pilot whose escalating dispute with local airport officials led to him being effectively banished from the airport. The ruling by […]

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