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Two thirds of Canadians with disabilities found barriers on planes, trains: audit

Auditor general says there have been accessibility improvements, but serious gaps remain.

Jet pitched wildly, killing 1, amid cockpit warnings

Business jet flying over New England violently pitched upward then downward, fatally injuring a passenger.

Biden's pick to lead FAA withdraws amid shaky Senate support

Denver International Airport CEO withdraws his nomination.

Biden, Trudeau promise upgrades to Arctic defence

Billions of dollars in spending committed to bolster defence in the Arctic.

Remains ID'd of U.S. airman shot down in Germany during WWII

25 year old pilot of B-17G was shot down during bombing raid on enemy aircraft and defense installations.

St. John's, N.L., airport reopen to public after ceiling fire creates damage

St. John's International Airport reopened Sunday almost two days after a fire in a second-floor ceiling.

Travel disruption hits Germany on eve of transport strike

An increased number of travellers board trains and planes a day before one-day strike.

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Ottawa eyeing U.S. made surveillance planes for Canadian Armed Forces

Canada is looking at buying a fleet of up to 16 Boeing P-8 Poseidon surveillance aircraft as potential replacements for aging CP-140 Auroras. » 

Bombardier bumps up financial goals for 2025

Bombardier increases financial targets for 2025, as the Montreal plane maker looks to boost production of business jets amid a growing market. » 
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Fire damages complex housing Wright Brothers plane factory

Early morning fire damages building holding former airplane factory founded by the Wright Brothers in Ohio. » 

Canada extends, shrinks anti ISIL 'Operation Impact' mission in the Middle East

Extension comes more than eight years after Canada first deployed troops and aircraft to region. » 

York Regional Police unveils new helicopter

Retirement for Eurocopter EC120 helicopter after GTA force receives new Airbus H125. » 

President seals Finland's NATO bid by signing required laws

Finnish president formally seals Nordic country's historic bid to join NATO. » 

Slovakia offered US helicopters for giving jets to Ukraine

US offers Slovakia 12 military helicopters as compensation for MiG-29s for Ukraine. » 

Launch debut of 3D printed rocket ends in failure, no orbit

Rocket made almost entirely of 3D-printed parts fails three minutes into flight. » 

North Korea test fires 2 more missiles as US sends carrier

North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles into its eastern waters Monday. » 


Careers in Aviation Expo

May 6, 2023
Location: WestJet South Bay Hangar, Mississauga, ON

Wings Webinar, The Aircraft Luxury Tax, Tips for buyers and sellers

May 16, 2023
Location: Online, free with registration

Vertical Flight Society Forum 79

May 16 – 18, 2023
Location: West Palm Beach, FL

4th Annual Aerial Firefighting Conference

October 26, 2023
Location: KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence, Kelowna, BC

ATAC Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow

November 14 – 26, 2023
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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