Nav Canada tests remote air traffic services

Associations adapt for an uncertain future

ITPS: The tools to succeed

OWG poised for takeoff

AeroCourse: Embracing a new digital reality

Nolinor gives food a free ride

Tom Podolec Photo

Surviving a ‘synthetic market’

Mike Reyno Photo

Virtual airshow to feature big names, big fun

When Summit Air first certified the Avro RJ85 (shown here) for gravel operations, the company hoped the effort would be worthwhile. Today, Summit has the market cornered on all jet-based, fly-in fly-out work in the Western Arctic. The company now operates four Avros – two RJ85s with 90 seats and two RJ100s with 111 seats. Brian Tattuinee Photo

Summit Air: Exploring change

Domestically, Air Canada said it plans to service all Canadian provinces and territories during the month of April. The carrier’s CEO said the COVID-19 travel restrictions are having a “cataclysmic effect” on the airline industry. Alvin Man Photo

Canadian air operators and the COVID-19 crisis