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Archer completes Midnight’s transition flight

Archer Aviation on June 8 completed transition flying of its Midnight aircraft at speeds above 100 miles per hour.

Metro delivers H125 to Texas Game Wardens

Metro Aviation delivered a new H125 to Texas Parks and Wildlife, which is also adding two Cessnas.

Iran helicopter crash shows Tehran's reliance on an aging fleet as well as its challenges at home

But despite being decades old, the Bell 212 and its military counterpart the Huey still are flown around the world.

A helicopter has crashed with 3 on board in southeastern China

A helicopter crashed in China’s Jiangxi province and three people on board were missing Wednesday.

Lockheed Martin celebrates opening $18M engineering facility in north Alabama

122,000-square-foot facility has space for 500 employees and a focus on helicopter advances.

Congress sought Osprey crash documents from Pentagon last year. It's still waiting

Oversight Committee has not received critical data or accident reports requested months ago.

Ospreys face flight restrictions through 2025 due to crashes, military tells Congress

Hundreds of V-22 Ospreys will not be permitted to fly their full range of missions until at least 2025.


Military growing more reliant on contractors — a boon for CAE, chief executive says

CAE Inc. chief executive Marc Parent says a growing reliance on private contractors by Western armed forces — including Canada’s — bodes well for his company and global security. » 

As Congress investigates the Osprey, families balance grief with pilots' love for the warplane

The V-22 Osprey that crashed off the coast of Japan last year brought the aircraft's safety record back under scrutiny, but this time without one of its most vocal defenders. » 

Japan Coast Guard adding two more SUBARU Bell 412EPX helicopters

Japan Coast Guard’s fleet of SUBARU BELL 412EPX helicopters growing to six aircraft. » 

Vancouver port open to TSB recommendations after seaplane-boat collision

Rules surrounding seaplanes operating in city’s downtown harbour could change. » 

WestJet mechanics reject deal in ‘deeply concerning’ move, airline president says

Union representing mechanics at WestJet says members voted overwhelmingly to reject agreement. » 

Second World War pilots honoured with help from Governor General

Memorial to Charlotte County air force training base and the air crew who died there opened Friday. » 

4,000-year-old Greek hilltop site mystifies archaeologists

Stone building discovered on a Cretan hilltop could disrupt major airport project. » 

Canada Border Services Agency apologizes to airline passengers stuck in Newfoundland

More than 250 passengers aboard a diverted flight forced to spend 12 hours inside airport. » 

Yukon Coroner’s Office investigating death tied to Haines Junction plane crash

Coroner’s Office investigating death tied to Haines Junction plane crash on Monday. » 


Canadian General Aviation Expo

September 7, 2024
Location: Holiday Inn Burlington, ON

Annual Atlantic AME Golf Tournament

September 13, 2024
Location: Granite Springs Golf Club, Bayside, NS

Ontario Aircraft Maintenance Conference

October 2 – 3, 2024
Location: Mississauga, ON

5th annual Canadian Wildfire Conference

October 17, 2024
Location: KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence, Kelowna, BC

Careers in Aviation Expo, West

October 29, 2024
Location: Edmonton, AB

2024 Helicopter Association of Canada Exhibition and Conference

October 30 – November 1, 2024
Location: Vancouver, BC
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