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Toxic culture is damaging Air Canada: analysts
Air Canada must purge its toxic culture and attitude if it hopes to win back consumers frustrated with an airline increasingly known for labour strife and shaky service, industry observers are warning.
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Diamond DA42 receives Transport Canada certification
Diamond Aircraft has announced that Transport Canada has certified both regular and special mission versions of the DA42 NG, powered by Diamond's proprietary Austro Engine AE300 jet-fuel piston diesel power plant.
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Porter conducts first biofuel-powered revenue flight
Porter Airlines today successfully conducted the first biofuel-powered revenue flight in Canada. In the successful conclusion to a test program that was launched in 2010, the airline flew one of its Bombardier Q400 turboprops from its base at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport to Ottawa using a 50/50 blend of biofuel and Jet A1 fuel in one of its engines.
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TSB releases report on AC incident over North Atlantic
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada yesterday released its investigation report (A11F0012), on an occurrence where the first officer of an Air Canada Boeing 767 on an overnight flight from Toronto to Zurich, Switzerland, started a sudden descent after perceiving a collision course with an oncoming aircraft over the North Atlantic.
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Seneca's Aviation program moving to Peterborough Airport
The City of Peterborough is pleased that Peterborough Airport has been selected to enter into discussions as the preferred location of choice for Seneca College’s School of Aviation and Flight Technology.
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