Skies June / July 2018 Edition Out Now!

The Legendary Lancaster

C-GVRA, or “Vera”, is the last remaining airworthy Canadian-built Avro Lancaster, and one of only two left flying in the world. Skies visited the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum to find out what it takes to fly and maintain the rare bomber.
By Lisa Gordon


Labour Shortage in Focus

The Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace has released a new study that quantifies and confirms a significant labour shortage across the industry.
By Ben Forrest


Uncommon Denominator

AirSprint introduced fractional aircraft ownership to Canada 18 years ago; now, it’s a North American leader.
By Ben Forrest


Adapting for the Mission

Transport Canada’s Aircraft Services Directorate is a multi-faceted operation that provides diverse aviation-related services to government.
By Lisa Gordon


Middleweight Contender

Airbus Helicopters’ new H160 is a nimble, capable aircraft that embodies a generational leap in technology.
By Jon Bourke


Celebrating an Alliance

The 2018 Demonstration Hornet pays tribute to the 60th anniversary of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).
By Chris Thatcher


Air Force analyzes options for Cormorant upgrade

Cost and capability are concerns as Leonardo, Airbus and Sikorsky contemplate possible search and rescue helicopter offerings.
By Chris Thatcher


IN THE CIRCUIT: John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport was the fastest-growing airport in the country last year, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
By Ben Forrest


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