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Hayes selected to lead Airbus in North America

Former CEO of JetBlue Airways is set to become Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Americas in June as Jeffrey Knittel retires.

Flight management software company AirSuite expanding as demand grows

Helicopter pilots Michael Kleywegt and Doug Carlson developed Cirro software in 2015 to digitize qualifications.

2 Japanese navy helicopters crash in the Pacific, leaving 1 dead and 7 missing

Two navy helicopters carrying eight crew crashed in the Pacific Ocean south of Tokyo during nighttime training.

Fire bans announced in B.C. and Alberta as more than 170 wildfires burn

Tactical evacuations have started in northeastern British Columbia as wildfires tear through the area.

Wildfire prevention a ‘shared responsibility’ as dry conditions persist, says Minister Loewen

Alberta continues to experience higher-than-normal wildfire risk and activity.

Multiple early season wildfires burning in B.C.'s Cariboo and Prince George regions

Wildfire season is off to an early start in BC's central Interior and Cariboo regions.

Kenya’s military chief dies in a helicopter crash

Gen. Francis Ogolla and eight others died in a helicopter crash west of the country.

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2 Malaysian military helicopters collide and crash while training, killing all 10 crew

Two Malaysian military helicopters collided midair and crashed during a 90th anniversary celebration training session on Tuesday, killing all 10 people on board and injuring a swimmer in a pool, authorities said. » 

First flight for Airbus Racer demonstrator

Airbus Helicopters’ Racer demonstrator performed its first flight in Marignane as the program aims to develop a high speed platform with an eco-mode system that pauses a Safran Aneto-1X in cruise flight. » 

Bombardier reports Q1 profit and revenue down from year ago

A day after revealing its new logo, Bombardier reported first-quarter results with revenue falling 12 per cent. » 

Boeing’s financial woes continue, while families of crash victims urge US to prosecute

Boeing said Wednesday that it lost $355 million on falling revenue in the first quarter. » 

Four people airlifted and taken to hospital after vessel capsizes in Newfoundland

Four people airlifted by a Cormorant and taken to a hospital after a vessel capsized off the west coast. » 

Land near Sioux Lookout Airport open for development

27-acre parcel of vacant land along Bigwood Lake represents opportunities for developers. » 

Fire that razed historic Edmonton hangar being investigated as suspicious: police

Firefighters reach Hangar 11 at former municipal airport Monday evening before wooden building collapsed. » 

Residents return home after harrowing evacuation from 'blast zone' of Labrador fire

Structure fire at the old airport in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador. » 

Flood and fire preparedness measures underway in Hay River

Local leaders of Northwest Territories town have been hard at work preparing for future challenges. » 


Careers in Aviation Expo

May 4, 2024
Location: Porter Airlines, Ottawa, ON

5th annual Canadian Wildfire Conference

October 17, 2024
Location: KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence, Kelowna, BC

2024 Helicopter Association of Canada Exhibition and Conference

October 30 – November 1, 2024
Location: Vancouver, BC