Boeing Announces Major Quebec Investment

  In response to the federal government’s announcement late last year that it will purchase up to 16 P-8A Poseidon multi-mission aircraft, Boeing announced earlier this week that it will invest $240 million in Quebec […]

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Canada’s Biggest Airports to Collaborate on H2 Fuel Study

Toronto Pearson, Montreal Trudeau and Vancouver International airports announced jointly this week that they will collaborate with Europe’s Airbus SE and ZeroAvia on the use of hydrogen as a fuel in the aviation industry. “We […]

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Some of this Week’s Other Highlights in Brief

The Alberta Aviation Museum’s tenure at Blatchford Field’s Hangar 14, where it has been a tenant at the City of Edmonton-owned facility for years, seems more secure since the city took it off the open […]

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OPAS Centennial Celebrations This Summer

The Ontario Provincial Air Service (OPAS) will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in Sault Ste. Marie this summer. The main celebratory event will be hosted by the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre (CBHC), which will be […]

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Velis Electro Now Flying in Canada

As we reported in January, Sealand Flight of Campbell River on Vancouver Island had acquired a Pipistrel Velis Electro aircraft. Earlier this week (Tuesday), Sealand announced that the battery-powered two-place training aircraft is now flying. […]

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