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WestJet Encore pilots announce tentative deal in labour dispute with regional carrier

Union representing WestJet Encore pilots says a tentative deal has been struck with their employer.

Canadian Airbus workers reach tentative agreement with company

Airbus Canada reached tentative agreement with union representing employees at Mirabel assembly facility.

Lynx Air claims passenger refunds will hurt investors due to defiant contractor

Lynx Air says passenger refunds are a big expense for the insolvent company because of difficult contractor.

Air Canada to upgrade Airbus A320 fleet avionics

Major cockpit and avionics system upgrade package on up to 76 of Air Canada's A320 in-service aircraft.

Toronto airports authority announces 'decade-long investment' in Pearson Airport

GTAA announced a multibillion-dollar plan, called LIFT, to update and modernize Pearson Airport.

The pilots union at American Airlines says it's seeing more safety and maintenance issues

Pilots union says there has been “a significant spike” in safety issues at the airline.

Israel hails 'success' in blocking Iran's unprecedented attack

Israel says it and its allies thwarted 99% of 300 plus drones and missiles launched toward its territory.

CAE signs deal with Nav Canada to help train air traffic controllers amid shortage

CAE instructors will use NAV Canada's curriculum as it conducts initial training at its new campus in Montreal.

Former Canadian Space Agency engineer acquitted on charge of acting for Chinese firm

A former Canadian Space Agency engineer was acquitted Friday on a breach of trust charge.

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Boeing pushes back on whistleblower's allegations and details how airframes are put together

Boeing is defending the integrity of fuselages on two of its largest planes, which have come under criticism from a whistleblower who warns that outside panels on one model could eventually break apart. » 

Iran's attack risks provoking 'uncontrollable regional escalation,' G7 countries warn

Iran’s weekend attack on Israel marks a further step toward destabilization of the Middle East and risks provoking “an uncontrollable regional escalation,” leaders from Canada and the other G7 countries said Sunday after convening by video. » 

100 years on, Prince Rupert still remembered for role in first world flight

Prince Rupert still remembered for its role in the first-ever flight around the world, a 175-day journey crossing three oceans. » 

Flights as usual at Peace River despite changes

NAV Canada is closing its Flight Service Station in favour of automation. » 

Air Canada resumes flights to Israel after six-month pause

Service between Canada and Israel restarts from Toronto and Montreal to Tel Aviv. » 

Delta posts a narrow Q1 profit

Delta Air Lines says travel demand remains strong despite flight scares. » 

AirSuite awarded federal contract for its Cirro flight operations software

Cirro by AirSuite software will be integrated by Transport Canada air operator. » 

'HELP' sign on beach points rescuers to men stuck nine days on remote Pacific atoll

Three men rescued by Navy and Coast Guard aviators who spotted sign from several thousand feet in the air. » 

Airlines ask Biden administration not to approve more flights between the US and China

U.S. airlines and some of their unions point to “anti-competitive” policies that China imposes on U.S. carriers. » 

Oakland officials vote to include ‘San Francisco’ in airport's name

Vote in favour of changing name of the city’s airport to San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport. » 

Sechelt Airport receives $24,500 boost for night and poor weather operations

Sechelt will receive $24,500 for its airport to improve operations at night and in poor weather. » 

Grande Prairie Airport looking to international skies

$140,000 from province to explore renovations that could include adding customs. » 


44th Annual Atlantic Region Aircraft Maintenance Conference

April 17 – 19, 2024
Location: Delta Hotels by Marriot Beauséjour, Moncton, NB

Careers in Aviation Expo

May 4, 2024
Location: Porter Airlines, Ottawa, ON

Alberta Aviation Conference 2024

April 28 – 29, 2024
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2024 Northern Air Transport Association Conference & Tradeshow

April 29 – May 1, 2024
Location: Chateau Nova Hotel, Yellowknife, NWT

CBAA 2024 Convention

June 18 – 20, 2024
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5th annual Canadian Wildfire Conference

October 17, 2024
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ATAC 90th Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow

November 5 – 7, 2024
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