RCAF hints at capabilities that may guide future fighter acquisition

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April 24, 2018


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RCAF hints at capabilities that may guide future fighter acquisition

MGen Alain Pelletier, chief of the Fighter Capability Program, emphasized the importance of a platform with the flexibility to adapt to changing threats over a period of at least 30 years.

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Transport Canada approves 1,200-lb. S-92 gross weight expansion

Sikorsky’s gross weight expansion for the S-92 has been approved by Transport Canada, allowing Canadian operators to benefit from an additional 1,200 pounds of useful payload in the aircraft.

 
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Red River College buys campus to expand aviation and aerospace programs

The Winnipeg-based institution has purchased its Stevenson Campus from the hangar’s current owner.

 
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Widerøe completes first revenue flight of an E190-E2

Scandinavia's largest regional airline completed the first scheduled passenger flight of an Embraer E190-E2 on the morning of April 24, 2018.

 
 
Air Transat added four rescue flights to Florida, and 10 flights to the Dominican Republic; it then reassigned the rescue flights to evacuate passengers from Cuba.

Transat celebrates 30th anniversary of inaugural Toronto-London flight

Today, Transat offers its Canadian customers 60 destinations in two major markets.

 
Porter's new non-stop flights from Ottawa and Windsor to MLB are among Porter's first U.S. flights from an airport outside of Toronto. Andy Cline Photo

Porter Airlines invests in Sudbury maintenance base

This development contributes to Porter servicing its fleet of 29 Bombardier Q400 aircraft and creates eight full-time positions at the airport.

 

TSB provides Fond-du-Lac investigation update

The update provides additional information on the sequence of events that led to the accident, the progress of the investigation activities to date, and the work planned for next steps.

 

Boeing recognizes Solace Power with supplier performance excellence award

Boeing issues the annual award to suppliers who are dedicated to the high-performance standards necessary to meet customer expectations and remain competitive in the global economy.

 
 
   

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An Air North Hawker-Siddeley HS 748 awaits a sunset departure at Dawson City Airport in Yukon. Photo submitted by Simon Blakesley (Instagram user @simon_blakesley) using #skiesmag
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