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NLAF 2020 award recipients

Northern Lights Aero Foundation names its 2020 Elsie Award recipients.

RCAF celebrates arrival of first C295

Royal Canadian Air Force reveals Kingfisher as name of FWSAR fleet.

Hydrogen-fuel-cell flight in retrofitted Piper

ZeroAvia completes a world-first flight with a 6-seat Piper M at Cranfield.

Daher rolls out 1,000th TBM turboprop

France’s Daher achieves production milestone with TBM 900 series.
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Featured News 

Five aviation companies among Canada’s Top 400

The Globe and Mail’s second annual Top 400 listing of Canada's Top Growing Companies ranks participating private and public Canadian businesses on three-year revenue growth. » Learn More

GE9X engine achieves FAA certification

GE Aviation’s 100,000-lb thrust class GE9X engine, which the company began developing in 2013 and is set to power the new Boeing 777X family, is certified by the FAA. » Learn More

Unacceptable Government Wait & See Attitude

Canada's incomprehensible response to the many cries from all segments of the Canadian aviation industry is completely unacceptable.

The Government has obviously chosen a wait and see approach to the dire situation aviation companies find themselves in. The aviation industry has shown to be a reliable partner with government in the measures imposed to curtail the spread of the virus, at significant cost to carriers.

By only offering measured support to politically sensitive regions, the Government has chosen costly reparation of lost service over helping this key industry remain viable. Incomprehensible, shortsighted, and unacceptable!

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First flight for Brazilian Gripen E in Brazil

The first Brazilian Saab Gripen E lands at Embraer’s facility in Gavião Peixoto. » Read more...

Strong results from FreeFlight 1203C field study

FreeFlight illustrates operation reliability of receiver for ADS-B applications. » Read more...

RTAF buys for 12 Beechcraft aircraft for training

Royal Thai Air Force set to modernize training at Kamphaeng Saen air base. » Read more...

Bombardier to establish wholly-owned service centre in Berlin

Share purchase agreements reached for European business jet expansion. » Read more...
Aviation This Week

Daher reaches production milestone with TBM 900 Series

In this episode of Aviation This Week: Daher rolls out the 1,000th TBM turboprop in France. Then, Bell Textron reaches 50,000 flight hours with the 505 Jet Ranger X fleet; and Airbus outlines three zero-emission concept aircraft under the ZEROe program scheduled to begin in 2025. » See more
CIA Directory

Aerial Firefighting Virtual Symposium

October 22, 2020
Location: Online
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Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre, Girls Can Fly

May 8, 2021
Location: Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre, Breslau, ON
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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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