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Air Canada reports $974M Q1 loss

Revenue for national airline more than triples compared with year ago quarter.

CEO says Flair has resolved foreign ownership issue – mostly

Budget carrier rejigs structure to align with Canadian ownership rules, US debt remains.

Bombardier vows to fight Alstom claims on railway deal

Company intends to fight claims relating to 2021 sale of its transportation operations.

Plane crashes in Red Bull stunt; pilot parachutes to safety

Authorities investigate crash of one of two planes that were part of a Red Bull stunt.

Russia pounds eastern Ukraine as West promises Kyiv new arms

Moscow warns support to repel its offensive in eastern Ukraine risks widening war.
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Toronto Pearson breaks ground on Runway 06L/24R rehabilitation

Deborah Flint, CEO of Greater Toronto Airports Authority, leads the ground-breaking ceremony for an 8-month runway rehab project at Toronto Pearson. » Learn More

Levaero opens facility at Collingwood Regional Airport

A new 18,000-square-foot hangar complex at CNY3 will serve as an additional site for Levaero Aviation’s maintenance and aircraft sales departments. » Learn More
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The Government and Flair Airlines

ATAC questions the claim by Flair Airlines that it was controlled by Canadians and its foreign investor never “exerted day-to-day control” although it held a major debt and occupied three of the five seats on the BOD.
If all that is required to show full compliance is the refinancing of some debt to this foreign investor, then why are 18 months required? Numerous Canadian carriers did not receive government support during the pandemic and still did not venture outside of the law. The Government should certainly not indulge a carrier that knowingly disregarded the law. » Learn more

Key interest rate could soon go up another half point

Bank of Canada governor says rate could go up another half percentage point in June. » Read more...

Man dies after crew van crashes at airport in Hamilton

Cargojet crew van with five employees on board involved in a single-vehicle collision. » Read more...

Textron completes Acquisition of Pipistrel

Textron set to begin eAviation division after acquisition of Slovenia’s Pipistrel. » Read more...

Sky’s the limit for Huronia Airport

Three North Simcoe joint-member municipalities receive outline of airport study. » Read more...

Elon Musk has an agreement to acquire Twitter for about $44B

SpaceX CEO reaches an agreement to acquire Twitter for approximately US$44 billion. » Read more...

Careers in Aviation Expo, East

May 7, 2022
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2022 CBAA Convention & Exhibition

June 14-16, 2022
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2022 CWIA Conference

June 22 – 25, 2022
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2022 COPA National Fly-In and Aviation Exhibition

June 23 - 26, 2022
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Careers in Aviation Expo, Central

October 15, 2022
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