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Earlier today, Boeing announced the expansion of its industrial partnership strategy in Germany in support of the F/A-18 Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler offering to the Bundeswehr.
Hosted by the 4th Air Combat Brigade (BAC), the 5th annual edition of Baccarat took place the end of October 2021.
Aero Gatineau-Ottawa was back for its 4th edition from September 10 to 12, 2021, at Gatineau-Ottawa Executive Airport (CYND), after having been cancelled in 2020 due to the global pandemic.
Airbus has announced that its ACJ (Airbus Corporate Jet) TwoTWenty has completed its maiden flight.
Passengers could one day fly anywhere in the world with no carbon emissions and just one stop on board a concept aircraft unveiled by the Aerospace Technology Institute.
Textron Aviation has announced its new single-engine turboprop, the Beechcraft Denali, took to the skies for the first time. The milestone first flight is a major step for the clean-sheet design aircraft and begins the important flight test program that substantiates the segment-leading performance expected of the Denali.
A show presented during a period of sanitary restrictions for COVID 19 reaches an audience beyond all expectations.
In October 2021, a monument was unveiled in the Netherlands, in the city of Almere. This monument was erected to commemorate the crew of Short Stirling BK716, the bomber that was recovered from the Markermeer last year.
Designed to be the world’s fastest business jet, with the longest range and most spacious cabin, the G700 is setting records.
In 1961, three NATO squadrons, all of which had a tiger in their respective emblems, gathered at RAF (Royal Air Force) Woodbridge in England and held the first ‘Tiger Meet’. This turned into an annual tradition that is still going strong today.
After an absence of more than twenty years, The International Balloon Festival of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu brought back the Canadian Hot Air Balloon Championship to Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Québec. The competition, under the sanction of the Canadian Balloon Association (CBA), was held from August 19 to 22, 2021 and gathered 20 experienced pilots from across Canada.
“Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame is thrilled to announce the resumption of inductions following a hiatus resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Rod Sheridan, Chairman of the Board for the Hall.