Dancing with Jack Frost

The new mentor, cadet and instructor programs--exclusive to SOAR partners--create a career pathway for pilots and students into the Air Canada network. Air Georgian Photo

ATAC mounts lobbying push in Ottawa

Handy flies his red and white Pitts Special S-2B

The Pursuit of Passion

Niel Wilson, Nav Canada president and CEO, said the transformation from a government-run air navigation service provider to a privately operated model presented some significant challenges. Photo courtesy of Nav Canada

Navigating progress

MSB Design’s new up-lit crystal glassware holder was displayed in the Gulfstream G500 at NBAA 2017. Gulfstream Photo

MSB highlights innovation at NBAA 2017

Two HondaJets in flight.

Building the Buzz: HondaJet

(L-R) Jordan Lawrence, Dr. Greg Haljan, Paul Windsor and Miles Randell were at the 2017 Abbotsford International Airshow to promote TEAAM, a new helicopter emergency medical service that will be based in Squamish, B.C. In collaboration with Blackcomb Helicopters, the organization aims to deliver advanced medical care to patients in remote sites that are beyond the mandate of the province’s current air medical providers. Lisa Gordon Photo

Building a TEAAM

A total of 18 aircraft were on static display at the show, ranging from a First World War Sopwith Pup fighter [displayed at the Skies booth] to the very latest offerings from business jet manufacturers, including Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, Honda Aircraft, Pilatus, Quest and Textron. Lisa Gordon Photos

Aviation and aerospace join forces in Abbotsford