What are Canadian pilots thinking? Are they happy with their jobs, or are they looking elsewhere? Our survey answers this question and many more. Jan Jasinski Photo
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Survey says

According to ATAC, pilot fatigue in the Canadian aviation industry (composed of many sectors) cannot be managed by a “one size fits all” approach. PAL Aerospace Photo

ATAC adopts flight and duty time resolution

Safety and numbers

Optimism in Orlando

AirSprint operates a fleet of 12 aircraft, including Embraer Legacy 450, Cessna Citation CJ2+, and Cessna Citation CJ3+ business jets. Adam Falwell Photo

Bizav in “cautious recovery”: JetNet IQ

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Mile-high Comfort

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Chasing the Sun

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Creating a career hub

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Adapting for the Mission

TSB reiterates call for flight recording devices

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The Legendary Lancaster

Since Canada first announced it would purchase 28 Cyclones from Sikorsky in 2004, the pace of progress has picked up significantly in recent years as 12 Wing and Sikorsky work to bring the Cyclone into service. Lockheed Martin Photo

Cyclone achieves IOC

Sunwing welcomes the MAX

Several people stand on steps outside parliament buildings, holding Unifor flags.

Unifor talks aerospace in Ottawa

Factory floor photo with aircraft being assembled

Weed and the Workplace

Swoop airliner in flight
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Bare Bones Travel