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Airbus workers at Quebec plant reject company's third contract offer

About 1,300 unionized workers at Mirabel plant reject contract offer for the third time, despite tentative agreement.

Harbour Air signs letter of intent for 50 magni650 electric engines

magniX electric engines to be used for DHC-2 Beaver fleet beginning in 2026 and for third-party conversions.

Descartes buys Aerospace Software Developments

Waterloo company said it has acquired Aerospace Software Developments in a deal worth about $83 million.

Feds, advocate square off in court over air passenger refunds

Court battle over whether regulators misled passengers by encouraging travel credit rather than refunds.

Boeing put under Senate scrutiny during hearings on aircraft maker's safety culture

Whistleblower said aircraft company took manufacturing shortcuts that could lead to jetliners breaking apart.

Province calls Gate Gourmet, striking airline catering workers back to bargaining

Ontario mediators called striking airline catering workers back to the table for talks with employer Gate Gourmet.

Correctional service says it's tackling 'evolving threat' posed by drone smugglers

Service says steps are being taken to combat the "evolving threat" of drones dropping contraband into prisons.

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'Junk fees' or flexible flying? Passenger charges fuel profits — and travellers' ire

The additional money passengers pay for checked bags, pre-selected seats and onboard snacks makes up a growing share of airline revenue, even as a debate swirls around whether the charges amount to “junk fees” or greater choice for travellers. » 

Police announce nine suspects in $24M gold and cash heist at Toronto Pearson

Two men who worked for Air Canada and an alleged firearms trafficker are among nine people charged in a heist of nearly $24 million in gold and cash from Toronto's Pearson airport a year ago, police said Wednesday. » 

When it comes to government planes and political trips, who pays for a president's campaign travel?

It’s no simple matter to move the United States' commander in chief from point A to B, especially during an election campaign. » 

In rare move, House admonishes private citizen for contempt in ArriveCan testimony

House of Commons admonished a private citizen Wednesday for the first time in more than 100 years. » 

Multiple early season wildfires burning in B.C.'s Cariboo and Prince George regions

Wildfire season is off to an early start in BC's central Interior and Cariboo regions, with at least one fire listed as out of control. » 

Residents return home after harrowing evacuation from 'blast zone' of Labrador fire

Structure fire at the old airport in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador. » 

FAA to probe baseball coach in cockpit during a flight from Denver to Toronto

Colorado Rockies coach sat in the cockpit of an aircraft "at cruise altitude," while bound for Toronto. » 

San Francisco sues Oakland over new airport name that includes 'San Francisco'

San Francisco sued Oakland after officials there voted in favour of changing the name of the city’s airport. » 

FAA investigating after flight told to cross a runway where another was starting takeoff

Flight at Ronald Reagan was instructed to cross runway where another flight was starting its takeoff. » 


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Alberta Aviation Conference 2024

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2024 Northern Air Transport Association Conference & Tradeshow

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