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Air Canada repays $589M in debt used to buy aircraft

Debt payment includes loan to buy 14 Airbus A220-300 in addition to 787-8s.

Replacement plane, parts sent to India to bring Trudeau, Canadian delegation home

Justin Trudeau stranded in India after plane he took to G20 summit was grounded.

Gulfstream G700 and G800 engines earn FAA certification

Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines for Gulfstream G700 and G800 earn FAA certification.

Air Canada schedule changes lead to 54 job cuts in Newfoundland and Labrador: union

Union representing employees with Jazz Aviation says it is considering legal action.

Infrequent inspection of fan blades led to jet engine breaking up in 2021

Engine on a United jet broke up over Denver in 2021 because of wear and tear on a fan blade.

Wheatland County approves amendments for DeHavilland despite opposition

Alberta council passes amendments to move forward build of De Havilland Field facility.

Health agency probing Air Canada vomit incident that echoes broader customer woes

Outrage sparked by incident involving vomit-smeared seat reflects broader frustration.

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Airline competition ramps up, setting stage for showdown and reducing (some) fares

A look at the moves of major carriers among an increasingly crowded Canadian airlines market and how the newly competitive landscape could change for passengers. » 

Airlines face growing pressure from pilot unions, as threat of brain drain looms

The threat of brain-drain looms in Canadian aviation amid an increasing number of pilots apply for certification to fly commercial aircraft in the U.S., where pay has skyrocketed. » 

Bells toll as the U.S. marks 22 years since 9/11, from ground zero to Alaska

Solemn tributes unfold as Americans look back on the horror and legacy of 9/11. » 

Air China jet evacuated after engine fire sends smoke into cabin in Singapore

Nine passengers injured after an engine fire sent smoke into the cabin of an Air China Airbus A320. » 

Frustration, despair at Montreal airport amid road traffic woes

Reflecting on a day of gridlock at the entrance to Montreal's airport. » 

AirSuite, Verity Dangerous Goods Consulting partner on new TDG compliance tool

New Transportation of Dangerous Goods compliance package expected in November. » 

Delta Air Lines employees work up a sweat at boot camp, learning how to de ice planes

Delta Air Lines has learned that summer is a good time to prepare for winter. » 

More money and technology to prevent close calls between planes in US

White House is investing $26 million in new safety measures, including wrong runway alerts. » 

Airline passenger complained of camera placed in bathroom, police say

State Police escort flight attendant from American Airlines jet after a camera complaint. » 


Careers in Aviation Expo, West

October 24, 2023
Location: Calgary, AB
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4th annual Canadian Wildfire Conference

October 26, 2023
Location: KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence, Kelowna, BC
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HAC 28th Annual Conference & Trade Show

November 6 – 10, 2023
Location: Vancouver, BC
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ATAC Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow

November 14 – 16, 2023
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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