Abbotsford airport opened a new larger arrivals just in time for the Christmas rush.
Transportation Safety Board calls for urgent action in wake of West Wind crash
The Canadian Transportation Safety Board says lives are being put at risk because aircraft far too often take off with ice or snow on their critical surfaces at remote Northern airports. It’s calling for urgent action in the wake of a West Wind Aviation crash that killed one person in December 2017.
Getting ahead of fatigue: how a regional Canadian airline aims to prevent a hidden threat
While new flying regulations may help better control fatigue, pilots from regional carrier Air Georgian are wearing monitors to help advance the science of rest.
Halifax only new Canadian destination in American Airlines expansion
American Airlines is re-launching service to Halifax this summer, from Philadelphia and New York City.
Charting a new course: matching women with jobs in aviation
A non-profit organization has created a first in Canada – a learning centre aimed at attracting more young women into aviation. Elevate aviation received a major boost Wednesday with new government funding.
Mixed reaction to new Canadian aviation fatigue rules
New Canadian regulations governing pilot hours are drawing mixed reviews in the industry. The rules are meant to limit pilot fatigue and impose rest periods.