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Rolls-Royce runs hydrogen fuel with jet engine

Ground test described as world’s first run of a modern aero engine on hydrogen.

Senior Air Force officers charged over ‘inappropriate’ fighter pilot nickname

Disciplinary hearings to take place based on failing to enforce military’s orders.

Levaero aims to expand work after milestone

Leaders from Levaero Aviation discuss the future after 25 year anniversary.

Ottawa, air sector discuss industry concerns

Omar Alghabra leads summit with Canada’s air sector ahead of winter travel.

Pearson International adopts new landing procedures

Leveraging modern satellite data to cut down on fuel burn and residential overflight.

Swoop inducts sixth new 737 MAX 8 in 2022

Swoop enters into service its sixth Boeing 737 MAX 8 in less than 10 months.

Nielsen of Chinook receives 2022 DCAM Award for flight instruction

Dale Nielsen receives 2022 David Charles Abramson Memorial Award at ATAC.

Military officers handed guilty verdict, reprimanded after inappropriate 'call sign'

OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Air Force says two military officers have been handed reprimands and minor suspensions of pay for failing to enforce the military's orders on preventing and addressing sexual misconduct.

 
 
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Fatigue Management Regulations for Small Operators Need to be Delayed

ATAC urges Transport Minister Alghabra to postpone the December 12, 2022, implementation deadline for new Flight Crew Fatigue Management regulations for CAR 703 and 704 operators by at least 18 months to help that segment of the industry fully recover from the pandemic before being burdened by additional regulations.

The new regulations would require up to 30% more pilots to maintain current service levels. To impose new regulations at a time when industry is already dealing with severe pilot shortages would be detrimental and would inevitably result in service cuts. » Learn more
 
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Halifax air crash voice recording can be disclosed in civil case, Supreme Court rules

OTTAWA — The cockpit voice recording from an Air Canada plane that crashed on a Halifax runway can be disclosed to parties in a class-action lawsuit. » Learn More
 
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NetJets to become launch customer for Bombardier Global 8000

NetJets placed a firm order for four Bombardier Global 8000, a deal valued at $312 million that will make it the fleet launch customer for Bombardier's new flagship aircraft. » Learn More
 
 
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TSB opens investigation after a Flair 737 overshoots runway

No injuries reported from runway overrun at Waterloo International Airport. » Read More...

Mexico’s domestic airline industry in shambles

A look Mexico’s safety problems, a ratings downgrade by FAA and vandalism. » Read More...

2 rescued after plane hits transmission tower in Maryland

Rescue comes six hours after Mooney M20J crashed into live power lines. » Read More...

West Star appoints Richardson as Bombardier Project Manager

Derek Richardson takes on Bombardier lead at West Star’s East Alton facility. » Read More...

GAMA releases third quarter aircraft shipment report

Market wide delivery increases for piston, turboprop and business jet categories. » Read More...

Piper earns unpaved field approval for M600

Kit approval has been completed for Canada, United States and Europe. » Read More...

 
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Metamorphosis, OAC's Aerospace Unplugged & AGM 2022

December 6, 2022
Location: Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel
» Learn More

HAI Heli-Expo 2023

March 6 – 9, 2023
Location: Atlanta, GA
» Learn More
 
 
Wings News: NetJets to be launch customer for new Bombardier flagship
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Rolls-Royce runs hydrogen fuel with jet engine

Ground test described as world’s first run of a modern aero engine on hydrogen.

Senior Air Force officers charged over ‘inappropriate’ fighter pilot nickname

Disciplinary hearings to take place based on failing to enforce military’s orders.

Levaero aims to expand work after milestone

Leaders from Levaero Aviation discuss the future after 25 year anniversary.

Ottawa, air sector discuss industry concerns

Omar Alghabra leads summit with Canada’s air sector ahead of winter travel.

Pearson International adopts new landing procedures

Leveraging modern satellite data to cut down on fuel burn and residential overflight.

Swoop inducts sixth new 737 MAX 8 in 2022

Swoop enters into service its sixth Boeing 737 MAX 8 in less than 10 months.

Nielsen of Chinook receives 2022 DCAM Award for flight instruction

Dale Nielsen receives 2022 David Charles Abramson Memorial Award at ATAC.

Military officers handed guilty verdict, reprimanded after inappropriate 'call sign'

OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Air Force says two military officers have been handed reprimands and minor suspensions of pay for failing to enforce the military's orders on preventing and addressing sexual misconduct.

 
 
SPONSORED SPOTLIGHT 
 
#TITLE#

Fatigue Management Regulations for Small Operators Need to be Delayed

ATAC urges Transport Minister Alghabra to postpone the December 12, 2022, implementation deadline for new Flight Crew Fatigue Management regulations for CAR 703 and 704 operators by at least 18 months to help that segment of the industry fully recover from the pandemic before being burdened by additional regulations.

The new regulations would require up to 30% more pilots to maintain current service levels. To impose new regulations at a time when industry is already dealing with severe pilot shortages would be detrimental and would inevitably result in service cuts. » Learn more
 
FEATURED NEWS 
 
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Halifax air crash voice recording can be disclosed in civil case, Supreme Court rules

OTTAWA — The cockpit voice recording from an Air Canada plane that crashed on a Halifax runway can be disclosed to parties in a class-action lawsuit. » Learn More
 
#TITLE#

NetJets to become launch customer for Bombardier Global 8000

NetJets placed a firm order for four Bombardier Global 8000, a deal valued at $312 million that will make it the fleet launch customer for Bombardier's new flagship aircraft. » Learn More
 
 
News 
 
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TSB opens investigation after a Flair 737 overshoots runway

No injuries reported from runway overrun at Waterloo International Airport. » Read More...

Mexico’s domestic airline industry in shambles

A look Mexico’s safety problems, a ratings downgrade by FAA and vandalism. » Read More...

2 rescued after plane hits transmission tower in Maryland

Rescue comes six hours after Mooney M20J crashed into live power lines. » Read More...

West Star appoints Richardson as Bombardier Project Manager

Derek Richardson takes on Bombardier lead at West Star’s East Alton facility. » Read More...

GAMA releases third quarter aircraft shipment report

Market wide delivery increases for piston, turboprop and business jet categories. » Read More...

Piper earns unpaved field approval for M600

Kit approval has been completed for Canada, United States and Europe. » Read More...

 
Events 
 
#TITLE#

Metamorphosis, OAC's Aerospace Unplugged & AGM 2022

December 6, 2022
Location: Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel
» Learn More

HAI Heli-Expo 2023

March 6 – 9, 2023
Location: Atlanta, GA
» Learn More