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by James Careless-Friday March 2nd 2012
An innovative and flexible approach is the key to success for CanadaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s charter airlines.
by Sarah B. Hood-Friday February 24th 2012
A recent TSB report on the crash of a New Brunswick water bomber has raised concerns about CanadaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s medical assessment system for pilots.
by Ken Pole-Thursday February 16th 2012
Canada has invited other countries on Lockheed MartinÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s list of customers for the Joint Strike Fighter to a meeting at the Canadian embassy in Washington on March 1
story by Lisa Gordon | photos from Gander International Airport Authority-Thursday February 16th 2012
Once dubbed the Ã¢â‚¬Å“crossroads of the world,Ã¢â‚¬Â Gander International Airport has worked hard to reinvent itself in the modern aviation age.
Blair Watson-Wednesday February 8th 2012
Bombardier continues its tradition of innovation with the Learjet 85, the first business jet to feature a carbon composite fuselage and wings.
By Ken Pole-Friday February 3rd 2012
Avgas hit hardest by 18.6 per cent drop
Story by Ken Pole | Photos by Mike Reyno-Friday February 3rd 2012
CanadaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s CC-130J Super Hercules flying with 436 (T) Squadron have scored high marks on their tactical airlift capabilities.
Andy Cline-Monday January 30th 2012
During the winter travel season, Canadian charter operator Sunwing Airlines leases a good number of Boeing 737-800s from European operators, to bolster its own fleet of that type.
Story by Lisa Gordon | Photos by Krista Misener-Friday January 27th 2012
Pilatus Centre Canada is diversifying its product offerings, but the PC-12 remains at the forefront of its operations.
Blair Watson-Wednesday January 18th 2012
Bombardier has always been willing to take calculated risks. The companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s CSeries jetliner program, a highly-ambitious, multi-billion-dollar endeavour, is the latest evidence of the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s bold and forward-looking business philosophy.
Did you know?
Some 150,000 people are flown to northern Saskatchewan mine sites every year – a number expected to rise to 200,000 people in 2013. The economic impact of Saskatchewan aviation related to northern mining is huge – $76 million in GDP, $41 million in wages and 900 jobs.
Source: Saskatchewan Aviation Council