Super Hornet a super option for RCAF: Boeing The head of Boeing says he's confident that his company's F-18 Super Hornet could fill Canada's military needs as the government reassesses its purchase of F-35 stealth fighters.
U.S. private equity firm to buy Bombardier's Flexjet U.S. private equity firm Directional Aviation Capital is expanding its aviation activities by leading a group that has agreed to buy Bombardier's Flexjet fractional business aircraft ownership service for US$185 million.
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AC completes jet transfer to Sky Regional Air Canada said last week that it has successfully completed the transfer of all 15 of its Embraer 175 aircraft, the smallest jet aircraft in Air Canada's fleet, to Sky Regional to operate the aircraft on behalf of Air Canada under the capacity purchase agreement between the parties.
Boeing sees China's air fleet tripling in 20 years China's airlines are likely to triple the size of their fleets over the next two decades, driven by strong economic growth and rising tourism spending, Boeing Co. said last week.
YVR first airport with automated passport control Vancouver Airport Authority has announced that Automated Passport Control, the innovative technology solution developed by Vancouver Airport Authority in conjunction with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, is now available to Canadian passport holders travelling to the United States from Vancouver International Airport (YVR).