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news Top aviation tech for 2022
As aviation continues to progress with regard to technology, Skies has rounded up some of the top new aviation tech that you might have missed.
The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's Firefly restoration is making great strides under the direction of the museum's chief engineer, with more testing underway since the first run-up on May 10.
Leggat and Textron Aviation have embarked on a week-long demo tour where their Caravan will visit locations across Eastern Canada. Skies had the opportunity to fly the aircraft while it was visiting Collingwood, Ontario.
After being grounded for two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the annual Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre "Girls Can Fly" event returned to the skies on May 14, 2022. Over 1,500 attended and 300 girls flew for free.
Ontario’s fleet of fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft is best known for its forest fire patrol and suppression work, and also supports a multitude of special provincial resource management programs. We take a look at the unit’s operations and preparations for the busy summer season.
General April 27, 2022 Ornge rolls out new mental health transport service
Ornge, Ontario’s provider of air ambulance and critical transport services, has launched a new program that aims to halve the response time for northern mental health patient transfers.