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GTAA reports second quarter, massive passenger decline

Toronto Pearson sees a 96 per cent decline in passenger traffic when compared to the same quarter one year ago, as well as a 50 per cent revenue drop.

Chorus reports second quarter, calls for Federal action

Chorus Aviation reports operating revenue decrease of 44.6 per cent, calling for easing of travel restrictions and support of Canada’s important regional transportation network.

EIC reports second quarter, strengthens balance sheet

Exchange Income Corporation of Winnipeg reports a consolidated revenue decrease of 25 per cent to $244 million in the second quarter, but a stronger balance sheet with net debt reduction.
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Eagle’s Wings

Eagle’s Wings celebrates inaugural graduating class

Eagle’s Wings Flight School based in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, commemorates the graduation of its inaugural class of student pilots. Six Indigenous youth from across Southern Manitoba were selected for the intensive 16-day flight training program. » Learn More

Second Cessna SkyCourier takes flight

The second Cessna SkyCourier P1 test aircraft completes its first flight in early August, two and a half months after its prototype aircraft first flew on May 17 of this year. Configured as a freighter, SkyCourier P1 is Textron’s first conforming production flight test aircraft. » Learn More

The Future of Aerospace and Aviation

Centennial College has revived the historic de Havilland of Canada site with our Bombardier Centre for Aerospace and Aviation at Downsview Campus
    our campus dedicated to providing students with hands-on training for the aerospace and aviation industries. Students receive top-tier instruction from industry experts and have the opportunity to work on a variety of real aircraft including a Cessna Citation II executive jet, two Piper Seneca II and four Cessna 172 single-engine light aircraft. We are also the proud recipients of a donated Bombardier CRJ 200. Our students graduate with the skills required to launch a plane and a career!
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Transport Canada introduces Canada’s Flight Plan for Navigating COVID-19

Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, introduces Canada’s Flight Plan as an evolving framework of safety measures with many already introduced by the country’s airports and airlines. » Read more...

X-37B wins Collier Trophy

The National Aeronautic Association names the X-37B autonomous spaceplane, also referred to as the Orbital Test Vehicle, as the 2019 winner of the prestigious Robert J. Collier Trophy. » Read more...

EHang launches 216F firefighting drone

Described as the world’s first large-payload aerial firefighting drone, the 216F carries up to 150 litres of foam and six extinguisher bombs to attack high-rise fires. » Read more...
Aviation This Week

Rolls-Royce-powered Robinson R66 with serial number 1000 delivered

In this episode of Aviation This Week: Robinson Helicopter delivers R66 serial number 1000. Then the Canadian Armed Forces receives its second and third Airbus CC-295 search and rescue aircraft; and the mysterious X-37B autonomous spaceplane developed by Boeing wins Collier Trophy. » See more

3rd Annual King Air Summit

September 17, 2020
Location: Fast Air Ltd., Winnipeg, MB
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Aerial Firefighting Virtual Symposium

October 22, 2020
Location: Online
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Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Gala Dinner

June 21, 2021
Location: Sunwest Aviation, Calgary, AB
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