In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the International Air Transport Association has reaffirmed its commitment to airline safety and security, drone-flying is one of federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s biggest fears, and KF Aerospace has secured two new search-and-rescue deals from the Royal Canadian Air Force.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, United Airlines has changed its company policy after a man was dragged out of his seat and off an aircraft; a mock improvised explosive device caused an 8-hour delay at Pearson; and Harbour Airlines is celebrating 35 years in the skies with a burst of colour.
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