Commercial January 8, 2024 Canadian operators of Boeing 737 Max fleets not affected by FAA grounding directive
The U.S. regulator issued the emergency directive on Jan. 6, after an Alaska Airlines 737-9 Max experienced “an in-flight departure of a mid-cabin door plug."
Commercial January 8, 2024 TSB, Canadian OEMs to participate in investigation into Japan Airlines ground collision
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) will contribute to the investigation into the fatal ground collision involving a Japan Airlines A350 and a DHC-8-315 coast guard aircraft at Haneda Airport.
Military January 5, 2024 RCAF 100th anniversary celebrations feature aircraft from Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
The museum’s iconic Avro Lancaster bomber, B-25 Mitchell, Douglas C-47 Dakota and Grumman Avenger will all make appearances, as well as a Consolidated Canso A based in Victoria, B.C.
Business January 5, 2024 CBAA study: Canadian business aviation generates $11.7B in direct economic output
In the face of a federal luxury tax and pressing sustainability concerns, the industry is promoting its contributions to the Canadian economy.
The U.S. Army has awarded a contract to Bombardier for one Global 6500 jet aircraft to support the High Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System (HADES).
The airline was found to have contravened accessible transportation regulations in an incident involving a man with cerebral palsy.
Commercial January 3, 2024 How Textron Aviation’s SkyCourier utility turboprop is positioning in the market
One year after its entry into service, here’s where Textron’s new SkyCourier stands in terms of performance, deliveries, and competition.
The union executive previously approved the tentative deal Dec. 14, 2023, but it received an “unfavourable vote," Air Transat said.