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.
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.
American Airlines is re-launching service to Halifax this summer, from Philadelphia and New York City.
Updated: Flight attendants at Flair Airlines have served 72-hour strike notice, and would be in a legal strike position Monday at midnight.
After cancelling daily service earlier this year, Aeromexico is once again trying its hand at flights to Calgary, Alberta. Aeromexico will operate four flights a week between Calgary and Mexico City, from […]
Flair Airlines has unveiled a major milestone in its expansion plans – its first leased Boeing 737-800NG aircraft in a mixed livery. The aircraft is scheduled to enter service in January 2019. […]