Commemorations kick off Tuesday in Canada and Ireland, to mark the centennial of the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic by John Alcock and Arthur Brown.
Western Aviation News takes a deep dive into the world of airport finances, this week examining how airports are becoming some of the biggest land developers in Canada.
Canadian airports fare well in a new analysis published by OAG, and aviation intelligence service.
This week in the Sunday Reader, we take a deep dive into the world Airport Improvement Fees, that last year, added $1.4 billion to airports’ bottom lines, while they spent $1 billion on capital projects.
Global air cargo falls, while passenger growth slows amid trade war, according to data published Wednesday by the International Air Transport Association.
A pair of Air North flights marked the dawn of a new era in aviation in Dawson City when they landed on the North’s first newly-paved runway in 25 years.
Toronto’s Pearson International Airport is expanding a trial programme to give nearby residents relief from aircraft noise on alternating summer weekends.
This is the second of four reports taking a deep dive into Canadian airports’ operations in 2018. Last week: Canada’s airports generated more than $4 billion in revenues in 2018 Next week: […]