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United orders 270 jets under growth plan

Order includes 200 Boeing Max jets and 70 Airbus planes to replace aging fleet.

‘Extremely Extreme” western wildfire risk

High temperatures push western wildfire risk into uncharted territory.

Mounties at scene of helicopter crash near Edmonton

Police respond to remote area of crash of an aircraft involved in wildfire activities.

Report places blame for Flight 752 crash squarely on Iran

A series of failures set the stage for the shoot-down of PS752 minutes after it took off.

Passenger traffic taking off at Atlantic Canada's airports

Airlines are resuming flights across Eastern Canada as travel restrictions ease.

Boeing's next airplane likely to be delayed by FAA concerns

Regulators indicate they likely won't certify Boeing's updated 777 until 2023.

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Featured News 

Software issue contributed Stalker 22 crash that killed six

A military investigation finds a software issue played a major role in the deadly crash of a Canadian Armed Forces Cyclone helicopter off the coast of Greece last year. » Learn More

Curtis to retire from Longview

David Curtis on August 1 will be retiring from his leadership role of Longview Aviation Capital, which controls De Havilland Aircraft of Canada and Viking Air. » Learn More

ATAC’s 2021 Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow Plans Soon Announced

ATAC hopes to formally announce within the next few days that its annual conference and tradeshow will be held on November 16-18 in Montreal as soon as final details have been finalized with the Queen Elizabeth Hotel.
“We really look forward to holding this year’s conference. It will be an important statement that the aviation industry is on its way to recovery. We will hold a full program of activities despite limitations set by pandemic restrictions, which we expect will be further relaxed by then”, stated John McKenna, ATAC President. >> Learn more

Virgin Galactic gets FAA approval to launch customers to space

More than 600 people having already reserved a ride at a $250,000 price tag. » Read more...

WestJet plans cargo expansion

737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters are expected to be in service by mid-2022. » Read more...

US economy grows 6.4% in Q1, and it's likely just the start

Aircraft orders rose 27.4% in May after climbing 31.5% in April. » Read more...

CAE approvals to acquire L3Harris Military Training

Montreal company expects to complete US$1.05 billion deal on July 2, 2021. » Read more...

Ottawa, Northwest Territories invest in Inuvik Mike Zubko Airport

A combined $42 million for the construction of a new air terminal building at YEV. » Read more...

Man faces 20 years in prison after jumping from plane in LA

Arrest made after passenger reaches tarmac before United Express take-off. » Read more...
Aerial Fire Conference

Aerial Firefighting Virtual Conference

October 27, 2021
Location: Online
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