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Subcontracting ArriveCan development 'seems highly illogical and inefficient:' PM

Feds paid millions to Ottawa IT staffing firm that then subcontracted work to six other companies.

ZeroAvia tests world’s largest aircraft to be powered by hydrogen-electric engine

First flight of 19-seat Dornier 228 testbed aircraft, retrofitted with a full-size prototype hydrogen-electric powertrain.

Sunwing cancels some regular flights from Halifax, Moncton and Fredericton

Sunwing Airlines reduces its flight schedules from three airports in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Boeing ordered to be arraigned on charge in Max crashes

Ruling by Federal judge threatens to unravel agreement Boeing negotiated to avoid prosecution.

Bali welcomes back 1st flight from China as COVID rules ease

First direct flight from China to Bali in nearly three years as Covid restrictions ease.

Surge of discount airlines making Canada's pilot shortage worse

Experts say Canada's growing low-cost airline market is exacerbating an existing pilot shortage.

Qantas plane lands safely after mayday call over Pacific

Qantas Flight 144 with 145 passengers aboard lands in Sydney Airport with one engine.

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Ottawa provides Hamilton International with half of the funding for $47M expansion

Government of Canada provides funding of up to $23.5M for an expansion project at Hamilton International Airport focused on cargo operations, de-icing capacity and a new road. » 

Number of commercial pilot licences issued in Canada has collapsed since 2019

Transport Canada data indicates the number of commercial pilot licences awarded each year was relatively consistent for much of the past decade, averaging 1,116 between the years 2012 and 2019. » 
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A quarter of Canadians think prices will eventually fall. Here's why that's unlikely

A supply chain expert and TD economist discuss whether decades-high prices will drop in five years. » 

Ryanair flight lands in Athens after bomb scare

Boeing 737-800 and passengers searched after an escort through Greek airspace by two Hellenic Air Force F-16 fighters. » 

Remote Labrador location potential training ground for astronauts

Mistastin crater could be training ground for Artemis astronauts. » 

Ottawa spends additional $80M on Inuvik airport upgrades

Federal government has spent $230M to extend and modernize the runway at Inuvik's Mike Zubko airport. » 

Nepal crash: Airport had no instrument landing system

Newly opened airport in Nepal did not have a functioning instrument landing system. » 

Competition Bureau asked by Saskatoon chamber to investigate flights in Saskatchewan

Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is asking competition regulator to investigate Air Canada’s decision. » 

NTSB details deadly accident involving airport ground worker

Alabama airport employee walked in front of one of the engines and was pulled in. » Read More...


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