Posts by: Skies Magazine
features August 20, 2016 Beyond our borders

Exploring export opportunities? Here are some tips for Canadian aviation and aerospace firms.

features July 7, 2016 Cultivating customers

Charter operators can take their cue from airlines when it comes to growing leads through inbound marketing techniques.

features May 20, 2016 Red air rising

Canada’s Contracted Airborne Training Services program, which delivers aggressor air services to the Armed Forces, is up for renewal. The stakes are high, with the winner expected to land up to $1.5 billion of work for at least the next decade.

features January 25, 2016 Tech Training Ground

CFSATE strives to turn out aircraft technicians who are equally comfortable working on a 50-year-old Sea King or a brand new CC-177 Globemaster III.

features November 10, 2011 Upgrading Your Trainers

With most of today's flight training students planning to pursue a career in flying, the old avionics found in many legacy trainers are in need of a serious upgrade.

features October 26, 2011 Top It Up

We've all seen the classic film or cartoon image of a dehydrated man stumbling through the desert in torn clothing, kicking up dust with every scuff of his worn-out boots.

features October 25, 2011 A Real World View

Mountain View Helicopters is taking a very innovative and progressive approach to preparing aspiring pilots for real-world commercial operations.

features October 25, 2011 Pressure Cooker

In part two of our series on pilot life, we look at how young flyers can learn to deal with the myriad of pressures that come from commercial helicopter operations.