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Western Canada faces 'extreme' heat wave, with soaring temperatures raising fire risk

Expected temperatures 10 to 15 degrees above seasonal norms is raising wildfire risk in Alberta and BC.

Wildfires threatening nine First Nations in Alberta

More than 100 structures have already been lost in the community of Fox Creek.

Evacuee numbers fall in Alberta wildfires as firefighters brace for hot weather

Number of Alberta wildfire evacuees dropped Wednesday, but thousands remain out of their homes.

B.C. firefighting company sets limits after 737 crashes in Australia

Australian Transport Bureau says Coulson 737 was on low-level drop when it clipped ridgeline.

Airbus delivers first H135 to the Spanish Air and Space Force

Airbus delivers the first H135 to the Spanish Air and Space Force in Albacete.

Wisk, Japan Airlines partnership for eVTOL framework

Deal aims to bring Wisk's sixth generation self-flying, all-electric air taxi to Japan.

Canadians can apply to renew their passports online beginning this fall

Canadians needing travel documents renewed will be able to skip the line at passport office.


Sold out Careers in Aviation Expo inspires next generation

More than 550 people attended the Careers in Aviation Expo in WestJet’s Pearson hangar, with 42 exhibitors and a Cyclone on static with 423 MH Squadron. » 

Bell delivers 7 407GXi helicopters to Australia over past year

Bell Textron points to robust demand for its Mirabel built 407GXi in Australia with seven such aircraft delivered to the country over the last 12 months. » 

Firefighters question Alberta cuts to aerial attack teams as province battles blazes

Former members of an elite wildfire-fighting crew say cuts have left the province battling blazes short-handed. » 

Municipalities asked Alberta's United Conservatives to keep aerial wildfire fighters

2019 decision to cancel funding for elite wildfire-fighting crew came despite pleas from at least three municipalities. » 

Statistics Canada says economy added 41,000 jobs in April, unemployment rate 5.0%

Employment in Canada rose by 41,000 jobs last month, with gains made in part-time work. » 

Customer satisfaction with Air Canada, WestJet falls below average: Survey

Survey shows Canada’s two biggest airlines scored below average for satisfaction in economy class service. » 

Pickering airport opponents hope the proposal will be abandoned after 50 years

Opponents against long-standing proposal to build an airport in Pickering are optimistic plans will be abandoned. » 

Chorus jacks up profits in Q1, pays down sizable debt

Chorus Aviation says profits last quarter rose 40 per cent year over year. » 

Court annuls EU approval of German billions for Lufthansa

European Union court rules competition authorities were wrong to approve massive bailouts. » 


Wings Webinar, The Aircraft Luxury Tax, Tips for buyers and sellers

May 16, 2023
Location: Online, free with registration

Vertical Flight Society Forum 79

May 16 – 18, 2023
Location: West Palm Beach, FL

4th Annual Aerial Firefighting Conference

October 26, 2023
Location: KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence, Kelowna, BC

HAC 28th Annual Conference & Trade Show

November 6 – 10, 2023
Location: Vancouver, BC

ATAC Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow

November 14 – 16, 2023
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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