Boeing announced Friday it would scale back production of its 737 Max aircraft from 52 per month to 42.
Canada’s Transport Minister has taken final approval of airline joint ventures away from the Competition Bureau, injecting a political element into what used to be an independent assessment.
For the first time ever, air traffic controllers in Gander, Newfoundland have live, real-time tracking of aircraft as they cross the North Atlantic. A new system called Aireon is using satellite technology […]
U.S. investment firm 777 Partners has bought a 25% share of Edmonton ultra low-cost carrier Flair Airlines for an undisclosed sum.
Canada Post did a good thing this week when it released a series of five great Canadian innovators and inventions. There is no doubt that the two men, one woman and two […]
Flair Airlines will suspend service to the United States one month ahead of schedule as leased 737-800 aircraft are redeployed due to Boeing 737 MAX worldwide grounding.