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Air Canada to cut at least 1,500 jobs, suspend 17 foreign routes

Plans to temporarily lay off 1,500 unionized employees and an unspecified number of management staff.

WestJet to lay off 120 cabin crew members

Pressure from additional flight suspensions will impact 120 cabin crew members starting on March 2.

YLS expanding into the future

Growth and investment at Lake Simcoe Regional Airport between Barrie and Orillia, Ont.

Ottawa lays out criteria for quarantine hotels

Feds inch toward new travel rule of mandatory three-day quarantine for returning travellers.

Montreal airport estimates $300 million loss for 2020

Low travel demand takes financial toll on airports as ADM raises fees amid budget crunch.

Provinces begin relaxing COVID 19 restrictions

Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and Alberta outline future plans as pandemic infection numbers decline.

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Magellan MOU to support GE engine under Boeing’s Future Fighter bid

Deal to explore how Magellan Aerospace would establish a Mississauga-based sustainment solution for the GE F414 engine, powering Boeing’s bid for Canada’s Future Fighter competition with the F/A-18 Block III Super Hornet fighter jet. » Learn More
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Delta CEO discusses testing, summer ‘surge’

Ed Bastian describes the impact of decreased passenger traffic and testing on one of North America’s largest airlines, while continuing to hold a positive outlook that there will be a summer surge in air travel – at least within the United States. » Learn More
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Careers in Aviation & Aerospace Guide 2021

Educational and training resources for Canadian fixed- and rotary-wing industries, listed by province and sector.

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Kellestine takes charge of MC2 service

Avionics veteran Vince Kellestine returns to lead Mid-Canada Mod Center’s service department. » Read more...

F-15EX first flight

Boeing fighter completes 90-minute flight, paving the way for the first two jets to reach USAF later this quarter. » Read more...

Advocate accuses Air Canada of a lack of transparency on passenger refunds

A consumer rights group says Air Canada is not being straight with the public on the issue of customer refunds. » Read more...

Cirrus unveils Limited Edition SR Series

Commemorating the pending delivery of the 8,000th SR Series aircraft with a Volt wing paint scheme. » Read more...

Boeing to outsource IT work to Dell

Starting in April, Boeing will outsource a significant amount of its IT, cloud services and database work. » Read more...

Fugitive Quebec ‘pilot to the stars’ surrenders

Normand Dube surrenders to Quebec police after being sentenced in two cases, including attack on Hydro lines. » Read more...
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Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

June 03, 2021
Location: Sunwest Aviation, Calgary, AB
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