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Bell delivers of 505 to Aerial Patrol for powerline and pipeline missions

Bell Textron delivered a Bell 505 helicopter to Aerial Patrol, a utility inspection company located in Little Rock.

Ottawa announces 15 Canadian participants in NATO defence innovation hub in Halifax

Federal government announced 15 Canadian participants for new defence innovation hub in Halifax.

A closer look at the legacy of former prime minister Brian Mulroney

Air Canada privatization, NAFTA, Meech Lake, Acid Rain, GST, supporting the liberation movement in South Africa and more.

Dawson City weighs in on draft of Community Wildfire Protection Plan

Plan lays out mitigation options and puts potential of labelling four separate areas.

Overseeing Penticton’s air traffic

A look at how Flight Service Specialists help pilots to navigate the air traffic at Penticton Regional Airport.

Manufacturing sales up 0.2 per cent in January: Statistics Canada

Gains partially offset by a 16.7 per cent drop in sales of aerospace products and parts.

WestJet Group names Diederik Pen as airline President

Diederik Pen to become President of WestJet Airlines in addition to his role as COO of WestJet Group.

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First flight: Breton Air/Kitpu Aviation aid Eskasoni First Nation search efforts

Breton Air forms partnership with Wagmatcook First Nation to establish Kitpu Aviation as Canada’s first Mi’kmaw majority owned aviation company, beginning with search and rescue operations. » 

Robinson celebrates 45 years of the R22

Robinson Helicopter this month celebrated the 45th anniversary of FAA certification for its two-seat R22 helicopter, which has accumulated nearly 30 million hours of flying time around the world. » 

Fit to fly, a look at alcohol and cannabis regulations

Addressing that burning question, especially for professional pilots, flight crews and other aviation licence holders. » 

Advances in connected aviation watches

Checking in on some of the newest technologies to enhance your flying experience. » 

Brother of airport director shot by ATF agents speaks out about shooting

Little Rock airport executive shot by federal agents serving a search warrant. » 

Police say he got on a plane using a photo of a girl’s boarding pass

Authorities say Texas man was caught as stowaway because the flight was full. » 

Earlton airport seeing private use take flight

Airport authority chair is pleased about how things are shaping up at Ontario airport. » 

Dutch court says the government must do more to rein in noise pollution at Schiphol

Dutch court says government must do more to rein in noise pollution at Amsterdam’s busy airport » 

An Amsterdam court has ruled KLM’s sustainable aviation advertising misled consumers

Court ruled KLM misled consumers in statements about sustainable aviation. » 


Careers in Aviation Expo

May 4, 2024
Location: Porter Airlines, Ottawa, ON

5th annual Canadian Wildfire Conference

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

2024 Helicopter Association of Canada Exhibition and Conference

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