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  1. ch-aviation New airline Air Borealis to serve Canada's far east ch-aviation Formed in 1948, Air Labrador served the Newfoundland, Labrador and Quebec regions with six DHC-6s before shutting down last week. It is majority owned by the Nunatsiavut Government through its Nunatsiavut Group of Companies (NGC). Innu Mikun ... View the full article
  2. Pacific Business News (Honolulu) US airlines notch big loss to competitor up north Pacific Business News (Honolulu) Air Canada was the 10th busiest airline serving Hawaii in 2016, according to PBN research. A total 105,865 passengers used the airline last year to travel to the Aloha State. Honolulu-based Hawaiian Airlines was not included on Skytrax's top 10 list of ... Once again, Air Canada is on the wrong side of historyCantech Letter all 10 news articles » View the full article
  3. Delta Air Lines and Korean Air have signed a much-anticipated joint venture agreement, beginning the process of coordinating services across the Pacific. View the full article
  4. Delta Air Lines and Korean Air have signed a much-anticipated joint venture agreement, beginning the process of coordinating services across the Pacific. View the full article
  5. Canadian Jewish News (blog) Air Canada's new Montreal-Tel Aviv route good for both cities Canadian Jewish News (blog) Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai invited Quebecers to come experience his city's sizzling nightlife, beaches and gourmet food, as he prepared to board the inaugural non-stop Air Canada flight between Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and ... and more » View the full article
  6. This video captures the stunning static display at the Paris air show, including the Boeing 737 Max 9, Airbus A350-1000 and the Lockheed Martin F-35. View the full article
  7. This video captures the stunning static display at the Paris air show, including the Boeing 737 Max 9, Airbus A350-1000 and the Lockheed Martin F-35. View the full article
  8. MRO Network A First For Jazz Technical Services MRO Network Jazz Aviation operates 26 50-seat Dash 8-300s for the Air Canada Express regional-airline network, as well as two on charter operations under the Jazz operating name. The all-Bombardier operator also flies 16 37-seat Dash 8-100s, 44 74-seat Q400s, ... Nowlan Kal Dayne Rebin Sells 25000 Shares of Chorus Aviation Inc (CHR) StockThe Cerbat Gem Chorus Aviation's (CHR) Buy Rating Reaffirmed at Canaccord GenuitySports Perspectives Insider Selling: Chorus Aviation Inc (CHR) Insider Sells 2500 Shares of StockStock Observer all 8 news articles » View the full article
  9. Fiji Airways has signed a letter of intent with CAE to order a full-motion Boeing 737 Max simulator. View the full article
  10. Fiji Airways has signed a letter of intent with CAE to order a full-motion Boeing 737 Max simulator. View the full article
  11. Cantech Letter Once again, Air Canada is on the wrong side of history Cantech Letter But in a recent Globe and Mail interview, Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu was adamant that overbooking passengers should and will continue on his planes. Rovinescu leaned on the old saw that the company's booking network is too big and complex, such ... and more » View the full article
  12. BRINK Privatization of US Air Traffic Control Needs to Explore Complexities BRINK Nav Canada, the privatized air traffic control system of Canada, is held up as a potential model for the U.S. However, a significant difference in the size and complexity of the aviation systems exists between the two countries. One measure that ... and more » View the full article
  13. The Air Force says a gust of wind flipped a two-seat F-16 used by the Thunderbirds for media flights while it was taxiing on the runway after landing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. View the full article
  14. Airbus will fit deployable flight data and cockpit voice recorders on new A350 XWB aircraft beginning in 2019 and on the rest of its long-range fleet soon thereafter. A deployable flight data recorder is designed to separate itself from the aircraft in a crash. They are particularly useful for crashes over water where accessing or even finding aircraft wreckage may be difficult or impossible. View the full article
  15. Boeing told attendees at the Paris Air Show that it doesn’t expect to sell any more 747s for commercial air travel. Although the aircraft continues to sell slowly as a freighter and VIP transport, Boeing has only two remaining orders for the passenger version 747-8—not counting those sold to the bankrupt Russian carrier Transero, which surely will not be taking delivery of its jets. View the full article