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New rules on compensating air passengers take effect critics say it’s not enough

Stakeholders weigh in on updated regulations to compensate Canadian air passengers.

Transat says it’s on track for strong winter season

Tour operator Transat A.T. reports strong demand for sun destination travel.

9/11 terror attacks reverberate on 21st anniversary

Americans remembered 9/11 on Sunday with tributes and pleas to never forget.

2 decades later, 9/11 self professed mastermind awaits trial

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and four others sit in Guantanamo Bay awaiting trial.

Wildfire in B.C.’s Peace region doubles

BCWS says fire in Peace region has grown out of control due to high winds.

Putin’s Russia struggles for response to Ukrainian blitz

Military debacle unfolding in Ukraine seemed to catch the Kremlin by surprise.
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Garg wins Webster Trophy as Canada’s top amateur pilot

Harmeet Garg of Southern Interior Flight Centre wins the 2022 Webster Memorial Trophy, a 90-year-old program designed to find Canada’s top amateur pilot. » Learn More

WestJet debuts new, gender neutral uniforms with name tag space for pronouns

WestJet workers are getting a new look as the airline revamps its uniforms with an eye to gender inclusivity and new rules to show individuality. » Learn More
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Report: Polish team ignored info in crash that killed leader

News report alleges manipulation of evidence during investigation of 2010 plane crash. » Read more...

Pilot error, overloading caused Michigan crash that killed 5

NTSB points to pilot error and an overloaded aircraft for a 2019 plane crash. » Read more...

Greece gets first 2 upgraded F 16s out of a total 83

$1.5 billion program to modernize fighter fleet amid increasing tensions with Turkey. » Read more...

Unemployment rate ticks up to 5.4 per cent

Canada’s unemployment rate increases for the first time in seven months. » Read more...

Airbus, Hiratagakuen to test eVTOL routes in Kansai

Japanese helicopter operator Hiratagakuen to help develop air mobility routes. » Read more...

United makes ‘conditional’ order for electric air taxis

United Airlines thinks plenty of customers will pay $100 or more for a one-way ride. » Read more...
CIA Expo

3rd annual Aerial Firefighting Conference

September 20, 2022
Location: KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence, Kelowna, BC
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Careers in Aviation Expo, Central

October 15, 2022
Location: Southport Aerospace Centre, Southport, MB
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Helicopter Association of Canada Convention and Trade Show

November 2 – 4, 2022
Location: Calgary, Alberta
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ATAC Conference and Tradeshow 2022

November 15-17, 2022
Location: Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC
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