HeliClub fly-in highlights safety

Seaplane to e-plane


The green awakening

The Avro CF-100 (No. 100760) of the Québec Aerospace Museum was presented for the first time to the public at the airport of Saint-Hubert. Pierre Gillard Photo

New Québec Aerospace Museum launched


Wings to fly

Bombardier has welcomed the first Global 6500 into its completion centre in Montreal, moving the aircraft closer to entry-to-service. Bombardier Photo

New Global Debut

The Airbus A220-300 jetliner originated in Canada but is now marketed by entities based in California and France, respectively. Kenneth I. Swartz Photo

EAA AirVenture’s hidden gems

Kitty Hawk Flyer revealed

Airbus brought a twin-engine H135 equipped with Helionix avionics to Canada for the first time to attend the fly-in. Ken Swartz Photo

HeliClub soars in St-Jovite


Brand Ambassador


Regional Tipping Point?

The Diamond DA62 will now be built in London, Ont. Eric Dumigan Photo

Diamond expands Canadian capabilities

This year's fly-in attracted 53 helicopters: 26 Robinsons, eight Airbus helicopters and six Bell models, plus other rotorcraft that visited just for a banquet that was held during the event. Kenneth I Swartz Photos

Record numbers attend Mont Tremblant fly-in

The new ground run-up enclosure at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

Good neighbour; quiet neighbour

the latest generation S-76

From A to D: The Sikorsky S-76 in Canada

Mars to America

The arrival of the DHC-6 Twin Otter completes a nine-day, global evacuation operation that National Science Foundation coordinated to prioritize the health and safety of station and rescue personnel.

Twin Otters to the rescue