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Dubai airport is busiest for global travel as virus persists

Around 29 million passengers moved through Dubai International last year.

EU advises further relaxing travel rules for foreigners

Member countries agree to further facilitate tourist travel into 27-nation bloc.

Air Canada CEO demands eased travel rules

Air Canada reports smaller fourth quarter loss, robust advance ticket sales.

Omicron will hurt this quarter, but demand is returning

Chorus CEO Joe Randell projects significant increase in aircraft use for regional routes.

Federal government lightens travel restrictions in time for March break

Vaccinated travellers entering Canada will not need molecular test starting Feb. 28.

Regulators won’t let Boeing certify new 787 jets for flight

Boeing has not been able to deliver any new Dreamliners since last May.
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After 2 years of pandemic losses, a record profit for Airbus

Airbus booked a record profit of US$4.8 billion last year as the aircraft maker delivered more planes with the global economy rebounding and restrictions easing. » Learn More

Canadian sensor on James Webb telescope passes first tests

Fine Guidance Sensor passes its first tests as the James Webb Space Telescope team continues to wake up systems to change our understanding of the universe. » Learn More
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Foreign Ownership But Not Foreign Control

Access to foreign capital can be beneficial to an organization at any stage of its development. The challenge lies in ensuring that our aviation training industry’s future is not compromised by foreign interests. Canada is facing catastrophic shortages of pilots and AMEs and foreign investment should strengthen, not weaken, our efforts to address this critical issue.

In allowing greater foreign ownership, Canadian authorities must ensure that foreign control doesn’t compromise Canadian interests if we are to continue to place this key concern on the forefront. » Learn more

Bombardier appoints Degoumois as Executive Advisor

Former sales executive Christophe Degoumois to assist management in strategic projects. » Read more...

First flight for Tecnam H3PS hybrid aircraft

Described as the first GA aircraft with a parallel hybrid configuration to take flight. » Read more...

US Navy plans launch of Mideast drone force alongside allies

5th Fleet to launch new joint fleet of unmanned drones with allied nations. » Read more...
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China sanctions Raytheon, Lockheed over Taiwan deal

New sanctions to be placed on U.S. defense contractors after arms sales to Taiwan. » Read more...

16 hurt in airport drone attack from Yemen

Saudi Arabia reports injuries after interception of drone carrying explosives. » Read more...

Annual inflation rate rises to 5.1 per cent in January

Canada’s pace of inflation tops five per cent for the first time in more than 30 years. » Read more...
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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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Careers in Aviation Expo, East

May 7, 2021
Location: Diamond Aircraft, London, ON
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2022 COPA National Fly-In and Aviation Exhibition

June 23 - 26, 2022
Location: Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC
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