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Boeing anchors new $415M ‘innovation zone’ in Montreal area

Plane maker is contributing $240 million as anchor tenant of a new innovation centre in the Montreal area.

British man dies, several passengers injured when turbulence hits a Singapore Airlines flight

Singapore Airlines flight fell 6,000 feet in a few minutes in severe turbulence over the Indian Ocean, the carrier said Tuesday.

Former RCAF Commander to lead Boeing’s Canadian operations

Boeing appointed Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Al Meinzinger as president of Boeing Canada and Boeing Canada Operations Ltd., effective June 6, 2024.

Haiti’s main airport reopens nearly 3 months after gang violence forced it closed

Toussaint-Louverture airport in Port-au-Prince reopened Monday for the first time in nearly three months.

ADS-B mandate for Class B airspace in Canada comes into effect

The state of ADS-B OUT preparedness as its comes into effect for Class B airspace in Canada.

Montreal's international airport takes rival to court over name change

Aéroports de Montréal is going to court to stop MET airport from rebranding with city's name.

Close call in Rankin Inlet for airplane

All three on board a PC-12 aircraft operated by Kudlik Aviation walked away unharmed.

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Saudi Arabia's national carrier orders more than 100 new Airbus jets as it ramps up tourism push

Saudi Arabia's national airline controlled by the Saudi Group ordered more than 105 new Airbus jets, a reflection of the kingdom's ambitious drive to lure more tourists, including 12 A320neos and 93 A321neos. » 

Iran's president and foreign minister die in helicopter crash at moment of high tensions in Mideast

Iran’s president and foreign minister were found dead on May 20 hours after their helicopter crashed in fog, leaving the Islamic Republic without two key leaders as extraordinary tensions grip Middle East. » 

House signs off on FAA bill that addresses aircraft safety and the refund rights of passengers

$105 billion bill designed to increase the number of air traffic controllers, add more safety inspectors. » 

Fire officials learn from past in responding to this year's Fort McMurray wildfire

How fire officials leveraged experience from the devastating 2016 wildfire nicknamed The Beast. » 

Flight attendant pleads not guilty to attempting to record teen girl in airplane bathroom

American Airlines flight attendant on Monday pleaded not guilty to two counts in federal court in Boston. » 

Spirit AeroSystems is laying off 450 after production of troubled 737s slows

Spirit AeroSystems said it is laying off about 450 workers at its plant in Wichita, Kansas. » 

Justice Department says Boeing violated deal that avoided prosecution after Max crashes

Federal judge told Boeing violated a settlement that allowed the company to avoid criminal prosecution. » 

More trouble in Belgium for Miami-based 777 Partners

Court ruled Thursday that all assets in Belgium belonging to 777 Partners can be seized. » 

Finnish carrier will resume Estonia flights in June after GPS interference

Two Finnair planes prevented from landing in Tartu last month because of GPS disruptions. » 


CBAA 2024 Convention

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