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FAA investigates after Boeing says workers in South Carolina falsified 787 inspection records

Boeing reported that workers at a South Carolina plant falsified inspection records on certain 787 planes.

WestJet, mechanics union agree to tentative deal to avoid strike

A potential strike between WestJet and its mechanics union appears to have been avoided.

Workers who build A220 at Airbus Canada ratify new contract

Union representing 1,300 workers at Airbus Canada said they have ratified a new five-year contract.

AI-controlled fighter jet took USAF leader for a historic ride. What that means for war

U.S. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall rides in the front seat of an F-16 controlled by artificial intelligence.

Levaero releases Canadian aircraft market report

State of the Canadian Market Report builds on framework of business aircraft analysis created last year.

Safety gear, training, helped B.C. wildfire pilot survive crash, safety board says

TSB outlines how pilot survived crash of an Air Tractor operated by Conair south of Cranbrook in August 2022.

RCAF celebrates centennial with unveiling of CF-18 Hornet demonstration team livery

4 Wing Cold Lake serves as backdrop for unveiling of livery for CF-18 Hornet demonstration team aircraft.

Qantas agrees to pay $79 million for selling seats on canceled flights

Qantas to pay US$79 million in compensation and a fine for selling tickets on thousands of cancelled flights.

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Air Canada pins hopes on business travellers after profits fall

Canadian airlines have enjoyed a two-year boom amid consumer hunger for post-pandemic travel. But as that pent-up demand recedes, the country's largest carrier hopes to ramp up ticket sales to corporate customers instead. » 

Airbus is staying humble even as Boeing flounders. There's a reason for that

In the latest round of their decades-long battle for dominance in commercial aircraft, Europe’s Airbus established a clear sales lead over Boeing even before the American company encountered more fallout from manufacturing and safety concerns. » 

Air Canada suspends new seat selection fee two days after rollout

Air Canada pressed pause on a new seat selection fee just two days after it implemented the policy. » 

Gate Gourmet employees to head back to work after ratifying tentative deal

Employees at airline caterer Gate Gourmet have voted in favour of a tentative deal with management. » 

Blair says he couldn't sell Canadians, cabinet on 'magical threshold' of NATO target

Defence Minister says it's hard to convince cabinet and Canadians that meeting the NATO spending target is a worthy goal. » 

Manitoba wildfire risk still high, warn officials

Despite a week of generally wet weather across the province, OFC warns risk of wildfires remains high. » 

Congo military releases 2 Kenya Airways staffers held for 2 weeks over cargo dispute

Kenya Airways staffers were detained for two weeks in a cargo dispute, leading to suspended flights to Congo. » 

US senators want limits on use of facial recognition technology for airport screening

Bipartisan group of senators is pushing for restrictions on the use of facial recognition technology by TSA. » 

Bill to help FAA add more air traffic controllers and safety inspectors

A $105 billion bill is designed to improve the safety of air travel after a series of close calls at U.S. airports. » 

Australia says Chinese fighter jet released flares in helicopter’s path

Protest through multiple channels that Chinese fighter jet endangered an Australian navy helicopter. » 


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