RCAF reports personnel ‘plateau’

Two of Saab's three flying Gripen E test aircraft, 39-9 and 39-10. The test program of four aircraft has accumulated over 150 hours. Saab Photo

Saab Gripen E: Dark horse

Viking will be investing in new technologies as it restarts production on a next generation CL-515 aerial firefighter and multirole amphibious aircraft. The company aims to reduce the weight of the aircraft by around 3,000 pounds so it can carry more water for aerial firefighting. Andre Laviolette Photo

Longview positioning to be innovation leader

A Royal Canadian Air Force CF-188 Hornet and three Romanian Air Force MiG-21 Lancer aircraft fly in formation over Mihail Kogalniceanu Airbase during Operation Reassurance-Air Task Force Romania on Nov. 28, 2019. LS Erica Seymour/RCAF Photo

Checking in with ATF Romania

The political representatives at the town halls recognized the aerospace industry as a key economic driver and an investor in technology and innovation. Pratt & Whitney Canada Photo

Aerospace town halls highlight key issues

Heath Moffat Photo

Industry leaders call for government support

Canada marks end of Mali mission

Future Aircrew Training (FAcT) is an ambitious program that intends to capitalize on new training technologies and teaching methodologies. Mike Luedey Photo

Next-gen aircrew training

Warbirds united