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by Oliver Johnson-Tuesday May 1st 2012
Regional airline to fly up to 45 Bombardier Q400 NextGen turboprops.
By Fred Petrie-Tuesday May 1st 2012
Canadian Skies columnist Fred Petrie gives his take on events in Winnipeg
Daryl MacIntosh-Wednesday April 25th 2012
An increasing number of pilots and aircraft owners are intrigued by the possibility of in-flight access to email and the Internet.
by Fred Petrie-Tuesday April 24th 2012
The AG's 2012 Spring Report caused a media storm earlier this month. Here's our summary of what he found out about TC's oversight of civil aviation.
by Elan Head-Friday April 20th 2012
Many leaders in the aviation industry already recognize the annual CHC Safety & Quality Summit as being one of the best conferences of its type
Sarah B. Hood -Wednesday April 18th 2012
Resolute Bay Airport plays a critical role in military and Arctic exploratory operations, as well as linking Canadaâ€™s second-most-northerly civilian community to the rest of the world.
By Lisa Gordon-Wednesday April 11th 2012
RCMP to interview passengers before releasing threatened aircraft
Story by Robert Erdos-Tuesday April 17th 2012
The Hawker Hurricane fighter served in all major theatres of the Second World War, and chalked up the lionâ€™s share of RAF victories in the Battle of Britain. Strap into this legendary warbird with test pilot Rob Erdos for a flight into history.
by Lisa Gordon-Thursday April 5th 2012
Flying Coloursâ€™ custom aircraft completions showcase Canadian craftsmanship to the world.
by Oliver Johnson-Thursday March 29th 2012
Did you know?
Canada's new CC-130J Super Hercules requires half the crew of its predecessors, but is capable of carrying a heavy payload, flying faster, farther and higher - while burning less fuel. All of the RCAFs CC130Js are based at 8 Wing Trenton.