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AirSprint takes delivery of 7th Cessna Citation CJ3+

Canada’s fractional ownership leader brings its fleet count to 22.

Travel industry pressed regulator on flight refunds

Relationship between CTA and travel industry under scrutiny after release of emails.

Boeing drops COVID 19 requirement for US employees

Aerospace giant suspending vaccination requirement for all US-based employees.

Whitecourt Airport might host an air race event next year

CYZU in Alberta looks at becoming the first Canadian stop for Formula Air Racing.

Vegas welcomes a new name: Harry Reid International Airport

Harry Reid of Nevada praised for state infrastructure advocacy.

De Havilland, ZeroAvia to develop hydrogen-electric engine program

Deal for new and in-service Dash 8-400s with commercialization expected in five years.

Time to Step Back

The Government needs to acknowledge that the latest travel measures are a logistical nightmare for carriers, airports and passengers. Furthermore, It has to admit that its testing objectives are unrealistic and impractical to operationalize.
In an effort to show the international community that Canada is proactive, the Government is shooting from the hip without consideration of the consequences. Consequently, thousands of business and leisure trips are being cancelled given the potential chaos facing passengers.
It is time to rethink this politically motivated approach and find safe and practical solutions to this issue as quickly as possible. >> Learn more
Featured News 

von Hoensbroech named CEO of WestJet

Alexis von Hoensbroech is set to become CEO of WestJet Group in early 2022, departing Austrian Airlines which he has led since 2018, with Harry Taylor returning to his CFO role. » Learn More

Hubble telescope's bigger, more powerful successor to soar

NASA on track for Dec. 24 launch of $10B James Webb Space Telescope – seen as the successor to 31-year-old Hubble – from a French Guiana spaceport. » Learn More

Flair beefing up fleet to 30 planes by mid 2023

Budget airline growth set to continue in Canada with Flair planning to expand fleet. » Read more...

Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 4.3 per cent

October numbers show increase but aerospace products and parts fall 8.3 per cent. » Read more...

Certificate of Airworthiness for the first Type Certified S-70M

FAA clears way for commercial operators to acquire Black Hawk helicopter. » Read more...

United Arab Emirates suspends talks on $23B weapons deal with US

UAE suspends deal to purchase F-35, armed drones and other equipment. » Read more...

Aviation Specialties Unlimited receives Seven Seals Award

Boise company recognized for support its employees in National Guard and Reserves. » Read more...

Aviation groups call on FAA to mitigate 100LL ban in Santa Clara

Referencing safety mandate to prohibit airports from interrupting availability of 100LL. » Read more...

COPA Safety Seminar, Transitioning to Ultralights

January 22, 2022, 11:30 am EST
Location: Online
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CAMEA 26th Annual Aviation Symposium

March 3 – 4, 2022
Location: Canad Inns Destination Centre Polo Park, Winnipeg, MB
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Ontario Aerospace Council, Beyond the Barriers

March 21 – 22, 2022
Location: Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel, Toronto, ON
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2022 COPA National Fly-In and Aviation Exhibition

June 2022
Location: Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC
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