George Miller’s Final Flight A Gift

A Canadian aviation legend hung up his headset on a high note with a cross-country flight from B.C. to New Brunswick where he donated his well-known 1947 Ryan Navion to a museum. George Miller, 86, […]

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Crash Pilot Accused of Running Illegal Charters

The pilot of a Piper Cherokee 140 that crashed in Ontario in late April, killing all four onboard, had been reported to Transport Canada for allegedly operating an illegal charter service. Abhinav Handa died along […]

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Airport Lineups For Unpaid Overtime For Flight Crews

Lineups at major airports are testing the patience of flight crews as they endure hours of what is effectively unpaid overtime. Although security delays and the effect on passengers have dominated the news, Customs bottlenecks […]

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B.C. Pilots Train For Relief Exercise

B.C. pilots will be taking part in an emergency response exercise in Washington State on June 18. The 20 or so pilots will be lending their expertise earned in a volunteer effort to carry supplies […]

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Pilotless Citabria Hits Medicine Hat House

The Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash of a pilotless Citabria that crashed into the back deck of a house under construction in Medicine Hat on Tuesday. The plane apparently got away from someone […]

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