Investigators from the Royal Canadian Air Force arrived in Kamloops, British Columbia to figure out why a Snowbird crashed just after takeoff, killing one officer and injuring another.
A Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbird crashed shortly after takeoff Sunday from Kamloops Airport.
Starting Monday, new rules will require anyone passing through airport security in Canada to wear a mask or other face covering to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Western Aviation News answers some of the questions we’ve been asked about airline and airport safety in the time of COVID.
As Canada’s first case of coronavirus was confirmed Monday, officials at the country’s largest airports ramped up efforts to stop any further spread of the contagion and reassure nervous passengers. The infection […]
Boeing warned airlines Tuesday to expect the 737 Max to return to service in mid-2020, meaning the workhorse aircraft will have been grounded at least 15 months.
The Transportation Safety Board called for better training and a new safety culture for the country’s air taxis, saying some business practices put passengers at risk.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees is demanding to be consulted before the Boeing 737 Max is allowed to return to the skies.