Air Canada is set to launch its first A220 revenue service Thursday, aboard flight 317 from Montreal to Calgary.
The Canadian Prairie cities of Edmonton and Winnipeg will lose their only non-stop connections to the United Kingdom in the summer 2020. Westjet, hot on the heels of announcing a major expansion […]
British aerobatic team the Red Arrows have released details of their final Canadian stop in Vancouver and Victoria next week.
Cathay Pacific Airlines will drop its Vancouver – New York (John F. Kennedy) service in time for the busy summer season. The airline created the daily overnight service in 1996, using Vancouver […]
Western Aviation News was invited to witness the graduation parade for the Comox Cadet Flying Training Centre in Boundary Bay. What we found was an extraordinary group of young men and women.
A new helicopter in British Columbia’s Interior will soon allow for 24-hour flights for critically ill and injured patients.
An IT glitch at Canada Border Services Agency kiosks led to long lines getting back into the country at airports across the country.
Boeing executives have raised the possibility of temporarily halting production of the Boeing 737 Max as uncertainties around the type’s return to service continue to dog the company.