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A breakdown of Canada’s isolation sites as details revealed on hotel requirements

How quarantine facilities are being used across Canada to keep the virus from spreading.

UK opens quarantine hotels

Britain's newly established quarantine hotels receive their first guests after passengers arrive at Heathrow.

Namibia closes state owned Air Namibia citing big losses

Government closes Air Namibia, which employed 644 people in the southern African country.

Dubai airport sees passenger traffic drop 70%

Amid major year-end decrease, Dubai International retains title as world's busiest for international travel.

Frustrated with government efforts, business groups push plan to avoid lockdowns

Executives from WestJet, Pfizer Canada, Shoppers Drug Mart and BlackBerry join CCC-led advisory group.

Bombardier to cut 1,600 jobs, end Learjet production

Learjet production is scheduled to end later this year to focus on more profitable Challenger and Global.

More than 90 years of aviation

Aviation and aerospace training at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology began more than 90 years ago with its first class, Aeronautics, in 1930. Today, with the Art Smith Aero Centre, located at the Calgary International Airport, SAIT has one of the sector’s most comprehensive training facilities in Canada. Avionics, structures and maintenance programs leverage sophisticated equipment and technology — as well as industry-experienced instructors — to provide a modern, practical, hands-on learning environment nearly identical to what students will experience in the workforce.

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Featured News 
Praetor 600

Embraer reports year end, Praetor 600 earns Canadian Type Certificate

The super-midsize Praetor 600 business jet is granted a Type Certificate by Transport Canada, as Embraer releases relatively positive fourth quarter results with the delivery of 71 jets of which 28 were commercial and 43 were executive aircraft. » Learn More
Air Canada

Air Canada, Transat acquisition deal up in the air

The acquisition of Transat AT Inc. was set to be completed by Feb. 15, but the deal has not yet received approval from the European Union, with no guarantee that a new agreement will be reached or if the existing deal will go through. » Learn More

The ups and downs of Air Canada’s deal for Transat AT

Key events in one of Canada’s major aviation acquisitions that first came into public view back in April 2019. » Read more...

Canadian military short thousands of troops as COVID 19 impedes recruitment, training

CAF says there is no immediate impact, but acknowledges potential for longer-term ramifications. » Read more...

Textron introduces Citation CJ4 Gen2

Updated jet features redesigned stairs, CoolView lavatory skylights, improved storage and galley options. » Read more...

Flair plans to add eight domestic routes

Low-cost carrier set to bring its number of domestic destinations to 18 by the summer. » Read more...

United invests in air taxis for accessing airports

United Airlines outlines plans to buy up to 200 electric air taxis to be developed by Archer. » Read more...

Joby Aviation selects G3000 integrated flight deck

Garmin agreement to provide integrated flight deck for Joby Aviation eVTOL aircraft. » Read more...
Plane Trade

COPA Safety Seminar

Part 1: How to Prevent Being “Embarrassed to Death”
Part 2: Spring Flying and Icing
February 20, 2021, at 11:30 am EST
Location: Online
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COPA Safety Program Seminar

En Route and Post-Lockdown Flying
March 20, 2021, at 11:30 am EST
Location: Online
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Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

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