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Cessna 206 Quick Exit Door Modification
Cessna 206 Quick Exit Door Modification

Coast Dog Aviation, a well-known western Canadian maintenance organization, recently announced that a Transport Canada supplemental type certificate (ST) had been issued for the installation of a Cessna 206 cargo door modification, which provides a significant increase in safety.

Commercial aviation Jun 1, 2021
RED Aircraft provides technology to power Airlander 10
RED Aircraft provides technology to power Airlander 10

RED Aircraft GmbH announced that they have been working closely with Hybrid Air Vehicles Ltd (HAV) to provide the technology to power Airlander 10. The RED A03 engines will be used in the base configuration of the aircraft, using four of its ultra-efficient piston engines.

News Apr 20, 2021
Cessna SkyCourier Certification Flight Test Phase Begins
Cessna SkyCourier Certification Flight Test Phase Begins

The Cessna SkyCourier turboprop continues to surpass significant milestones as it begins the certification flight test phase of the programme.

News Mar 26, 2021
QCAC Folds Its Wings
QCAC Folds Its Wings

The Quarter Century in Aviation Club Folds Its Wings

News Feb 1, 2021
Air Policing in Romania
Air Policing in Romania

From September to December 2020, the Royal Canadian Air Force 433 Tactical Fighter Squadron deployed CF-188 Hornets to Mihail Kogalniceanu Airbase in Romania. The main purpose was to perform NATOair policing missions, but there was more.

News Feb 1, 2021
Royal Black Hawk
Royal Black Hawk

Late last year, the 1st Regiment of Artillery of Bourogne, based in northeast France, organized the eighth edition of the Royal Black Hawk exercise, in which more than 400 soldiers and a dozen combat helicopters participated.

Military Feb 1, 2021
WestJet returns the first of its 737 MAX to passenger service
WestJet returns the first of its 737 MAX to passenger service

WestJet today returned the first of its 737 MAX airliners to passenger service with the departure of WS115 from Calgary to Vancouver. With the second 737 MAX flight, WS122, from Vancouver to Calgary departing at noon PT.

Commercial aviation Jan 21, 2021
Acme Cub Making Significant Progress With Supercub
Acme Cub Making Significant Progress With Supercub

Based on their extensive experience with Supercub restorations, Acme Cub was chosen to build up a Supercub for the Alaskan Airmen’s Annual Raffle. They have been making substantial progress with the project, upgrading many components with the use of carbon fiber, and the newest avionics technology.

News Dec 1, 2020
Rapid Progress in Autonomous Flight
Rapid Progress in Autonomous Flight

Launched by SpaceX and Tesla veterans, Reliable Robotics has made great strides in the development of unmanned aircraft technology. Recently, the company revealed some of its milestones in pioneering unmanned aviation.

Dec 1, 2020
BACCARAT 2020 War in the Mountains
BACCARAT 2020 War in the Mountains

The fourth edition of Exercise Baccarat, organized by the French Army’s (Armée de Terre) 4th Air Combat Brigade (4e Brigade d’Aérocombat - 4e BAC), took place in the French Alps during the second and third weeks of September.

Military Dec 1, 2020
Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium Launched
Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium Launched

The future of flight in Canada took a major step forward today with the launch of the Vancouver-based Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium (CAAM), a multi-stakeholder group that will streamline research, development and commercial operations in the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) sector, globally recognized as the next frontier of commercial aviation.

News Dec 1, 2020
Sun 'n Fun 2019 - Florida, USA
Sun 'n Fun 2019 - Florida, USA

Although not quite as famous as the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI, the world’s second largest aviation expo is certainly worth attending.

Airshows Apr 24, 2019