Transport Announces Aviation Climate Action Plan

Transport minister Omar Alghabra announced earlier this week that the federal government “[envisions] net zero emissions by 2050 for the Canadian aviation sector.” In addition, the federal government is setting a goal of 10 percent […]

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Hangar Hangouts Return

The first in-person post-pandemic Hangar Hangout, organized by the British Columbia Aviation Council, was held in a Second World War-era hangar on the south side of Vancouver International Airport (YVR). The ‘Hangouts’ aims to bring […]

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WestJet Defends Low-Cost Position

WestJet isn’t taking the rising tide of low cost competition lightly and has announced it’s buying 42 new Boeing 737 MAX 10 airliners to beef up its sun destination business. The company is now defining […]

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Snowbirds Airborne Again

The RCAF’s 431 Air Demonstration Squadron has been cleared for takeoff again after they were grounded pending an investigation into the cause of a crash-landing of one of the team’s CT-114 Tutor jets at the […]

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De Havilland Announces New Alberta Manufacturing Facility

A site in Wheatland County, about 30 minutes east of Calgary, Alberta, was chosen to house extensive facilities for De Havilland Aircraft of Canada. In addition to housing a new plant, the facility will include […]

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