In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, CAE has introduced its first-ever Airline Pilot Demand Outlook; Bombardier has delivered its 3,000th Lear jet; and the Canadian federal government has suspended Super Hornet talks with Boeing.
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, losing Canadian FWSAR plane manufacturer Leonardo S.p.A. says it was not made aware of Canada’s budget flexibility during the bidding process, Swiss Airlines’ first CS300 has been delivered, and Canada’s search and rescue helicopters are being modernized.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, talks between Bombardier and Comac could mean a new C Series investment, Airbus Corporate Jets has launched a private jet version of the A330neo, and SITA Lab has unveiled a new intelligent airport check-in kiosk called KATE.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the Canadian federal government has introduced legislation to protect air travellers, Airbus launches a new commercial drone start-up, and airports in southern Ontario have united to increase capacity and demand.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Bombardier’s C Series has created waves with competitors Boeing and Airbus, China has launched its long-awaited C919 airliner, and editor Matt Nicholls has highlights from the Calgary Careers in Aviation Expo.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Canadian pilots have joined forces to fight for new fatigue regulations, NAV CANADA has freshened up its look, and a former winner of the Wings and Helicopters Top 20 Under 40 program discusses its relevance.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, WestJet has launched a new ultra-low-cost carrier, CHC Group emerges from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and a strong speaker lineup highlights the CIA Expo in Calgary.
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.
in today's episode of Aviation This Week, the Boeing 737 marks its 50th anniversary; the Royal Canadian Air Force has grounded its CH-148 Cyclone Helicopters; and the Wings and Helicopters Top 20 Under 40 showcases the young leaders of today.
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