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Chopper service a go in Arviat

Helicopter pilot Kelly Owlijoot launches a new business venture in Nunavut.

Belgium chooses Airbus H145M for Armed Forces and Federal Police

The Kingdom of Belgium orders 15 multi-role H145M helicopters for the army and two, plus three options, for Federal Police.

Foresight MX coverage expands to five Airbus Helicopter platforms

GPMS earned FAA STC for Foresight MX HUMS on the Airbus EC135 and AS332 Super Puma platforms.

Report says 'poor maintenance' led to deadly 2022 crash of firefighting helicopter

Loss of engine power due to poor maintenance caused a 2022 helicopter crash in New Mexico,

Japan has no plans to seek a suspension of Osprey flights despite restrictions in US

Japan's defense chief said Japanese and American V-22 Ospreys are being safely operated in his country.

Labrador wildfire 'got worse really fast,' residents given minutes to flee, man says

Hundreds had white-knuckle drive through lightning storm after a wildfire forced them to leave central Labrador.

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Leonardo showcases the AW249 helicopter in Paris

The Leonardo AW249 next generation exploration and escort helicopter, known as the Fenice, made its international public debut at Eurosatory in Paris, with deliveries expected to begin in 2027. » 

French Army’s NH90 for Special Forces starts flight testing

Airbus Helicopters launched the flight test campaign for the prototype of the NH90 Standard 2, being developed specifically for the French Army Aviation to support special forces operations. » 

New Mexico wildfire claims second life, while rain offers hope of relief

Wildfires have killed at least two people and damaged more than 1,400 structures. » 

WestJet and unionized mechanics agree to resume talks

Threat of strike action by unionized mechanics at WestJet dropped as both sides return to bargaining table. » 

Boeing CEO defends his safety record

David Calhoun spars with senators and apologizes to crash victims’ relatives. » 

Relatives of people killed in Boeing Max crashes ask US to fine the company $24.8 billion

Asking to prosecute the company on a criminal charge that was set aside three years ago. » 

Inside airline caterer Gate Gourmet

A behind-the-scenes look at the business of in-flight dining. » 

Canadians paying more for airfares as summer ticket prices jump

Report says travellers are paying significantly more to fly within Canada during peak tourism season. » 


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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