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The FAA will consider tighter regulation of charter flights that look more like airline service

Tightening the rules on some air charter operators would bring them in line with regulation of passenger airlines.

Lawsuit over deadly seaplane crash in Washington state targets aircraft operator and manufacturer

Northwest Seaplanes and De Havilland Aircraft named among defendants in lawsuit after Otter crash.

UK says a cyberattack was not the cause of air traffic problems

British government said Tuesday that a breakdown at air traffic control system caused hundreds of flight delays and cancelations.

Russia says it confirmed Wagner leader Prigozhin died in a plane crash

Russian authorities on Sunday confirm the death of Wagner Group chief Yevgeny Prigozhin.

India lands a spacecraft near the moon's south pole, a first for the world

India joins the US, Soviet Union and China as only the fourth country to land a spacecraft on the moon.

Evacuation orders, final travel ban lifted for Kelowna area as wildfires diminish

Last travel restriction for Okanagan is lifted alongside all evacuation orders within Kelowna's city limits.

NWT premier: Trudeau made 'specific commitments' during meeting in Edmonton

Wildfires and evacuations that have forced two thirds of the N.W.T's 45,000 residents to leave their homes.

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China wants more Canada flights after COVID 19 turbulence, despite tour group ban

Beijing and Ottawa are in talks aimed at increasing flights between China and Canada, following American deals and the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, but diplomatic spats could prolong the turbulence. » 

American Airlines fined $4.1 million for dozens of long tarmac delays that trapped passengers

The U.S. government is fining American Airlines $4.1 million for dozens of instances in which passengers were kept on board planes without a chance to exit during long ground delays. » 

NYPD warns it has zero tolerance for drones at the US Open

Police force issues warning of a zero-tolerance policy toward drones buzzing tennis tournament. » 

Ukraine investigates incident that killed 3 pilots while Russia attacks with cruise missiles

Investigation launched after midair collision between two warplanes killed three pilots. » 

8 US Marines remain in a hospital after a fiery aircraft crash killed 3 during drills in Australia

All 20 survivors of V-22 Osprey crash were flown from Melville Island 80 km south to Darwin. » 

New crew for the space station launches with 4 astronauts from 4 countries

Four astronauts from four countries rocketed toward the International Space Station on Saturday. » 

Biden's shift on F 16s for Ukraine came after months of internal debate

Joe Biden allows allies to train Ukrainians on how to operate F-16s and eventually to provide the aircraft. » 

Solar panels to surround Dulles Airport will deliver power to 37,000 homes

200,000 solar panels near runways in largest renewable energy project ever built at a U.S. airport. » 

Helicopter airdrop of granola bars for Poomba the pig, after surviving B.C. wildfire

Poomba the pig survives wildfire devastation surrounding her on West Kelowna ranch. » 


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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