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  1. Heritage museum fuels passion for warplanes From historic aircraft to flight simulators, centre is a must-see for all ages DREAMSTIME Located at the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum currently houses almost 50 aircraft, many in flying condition that are used in airshows, film productions and private flights. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum is a fascinating and educational destination The museum is closed for now but here is the goto for the web sight. https://www.warplane.com/ Although it’s called the Ca
  2. Great Photo shop picture, but they should have removed their flippers.
  3. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/21/faa-issues-ground-stop-for-new-york-airports-because-of-staffing-issue.html New York City area airports resume flights after brief halt as coronavirus causes staffing issues PUBLISHED SAT, MAR 21 20202:14 PM EDTUPDATED 29 MIN AGO
  4. o date, Alberta has completed just over 20,000 COVID-19 tests — more than any other province in Canada. That's been possible due to existing infrastructure, the early availability of testing kits, collaboration with universities and a testing process that runs around the clock, according to Alberta's chief medical officer of health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw. "One of the advantages we have in Alberta is our provincial lab for public health, which is in the Alberta Precision Laboratories," Hinshaw said during a Facebook live appearance broadcast this week. "They have an amazing set
  5. Thousands of Canadians are stranded in Morocco, many uncertain as to when and how they’ll get home. Flights out of the North African kingdom have slowed to a trickle after the government there halted international travel in and out of the country due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. According to an email from Global Affairs Canada, there are currently more than 4,468 Canadians in Morocco who have registered with the voluntary Registration of Canadians Abroad service. “Limited flights are currently still available,” the federal department insists, “and may be offered on some airlines lat
  6. 1. read the AEF AVIATION DAILY NEWS 2. goto https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/automotive-transportation-latest-news/airlines-aviation-list/
  7. https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/governments-must-protect-aviation-workers-as-sunwing-suspends-operations-878414795.html Air Canada Provides Update on Ongoing COVID-19 Response NEWS PROVIDED BY Air Canada Mar 18, 2020, 17:45 ET Airline further reducing schedule, maintaining essential services where possible MONTREAL, March 18, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada said today that it will gradually suspend the majority of its international and U.S. transborder flights by March 31, 2020 in response to decisions b
  8. NEWS PROVIDED BY Porter Airlines Mar 18, 2020, 10:00 ET Porter Airlines temporarily suspending flights to support COVID-19 relief efforts Operations restarting June 1, allowing public health initiatives to take effect TORONTO, March 18, 2020 /CNW/ - Porter Airlines is temporarily suspending all flights at the close of operations on Friday, March 20, with plans to resume service on June 1. This decision is being made in support of ongoing public health efforts to contain COVID-19. Michael Deluce, Porter's president and CEO
  9. US-Canada border to close amid virus crisis 7 minutes ago Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic US President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hav
  10. Hong Kong government extends new travel restrictions to aircrew but exemptions still apply Flight attendants concerned over infection risk on aircraft with crew allowed to work even when they should be in isolation Department of Health extends mandatory quarantine or medical surveillance coming into force on Thursday to aircrew, though opt-outs are available Lilian Cheng Published: 12:00pm, 18 Mar, 2020
  11. WestJet to suspend international and transborder flights for one month News provided by The Globe and Mail – link to full story and updates KELLY CRYDERMAN CALGARY PUBLISHED MARCH 17, 2020 WestJet has announced it is suspending scheduled commercial operations for all international and transborder flights, including the U.S., for a 30 day period at the end of the day March 22. After that, the Calgary-based carrier said it will be operating rescue and repatriation flights in partnership with the Canadian government. “While this is a difficult time, we now ha
  12. Some who think the virus was created for some nefarious scheme have the following to support their POV. If done by the environmentalists there is now proof that it is working to reduce all kinds of pollution: Coronavirus lockdown eases pollution, Venice canal runs clear BY MEAGHAN WRAY GLOBAL NEWS Posted March 16, 2020 11:10 amNews: Coronavirus around the world: March 11, 2020 The novel coronavirus is causing panic worldwide, but one thing may benefit from the social isolation: the environment. The COVID-19 outbreak hit countries like Italy