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Catalyst = 20% lower consumption & 10% higher power for Eurodrone

Catalyst – 100% European development without any US licenses. Ecologically more effective thanks to 20% lower consumption and 10% higher power. This means three more hours of time in the air,  which can be decisive in various defense actions and even save lives.     Within a few weeks, Airbus Defense and Space will have […]

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Air Canada Announces the Acquisition of 26 Airbus A321neo Extra-Long Range Aircraft

State–of–the–art, single-aisle aircraft offers greater comfort and range Projected fuel efficiency gain of up to 23%, yielding environmental benefits Order drives corporate priorities to elevate customer experience, expand network and lower costs MONTREAL, March 22, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Air Canada today announced it is acquiring 26 extra-long range (XLR) versions of the Airbus A321neo aircraft.…

Canada’s Major Airlines Welcome Federal Government’s Decision to End Pre-Departure Testing for Fully Vaccinated Travellers

Ottawa, March 17, 2022 – Suzanne Acton-Gervais, Interim President and CEO of the National Airlines Council of Canada, which represents Canada’s largest air carriers (Air Canada, Air Transat, Jazz Aviation LP and WestJet), issued the following statement today concerning the Government…

Government of Canada supports Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport with new funding for critical infrastructure projects

TORONTO, March 18, 2022 /CNW/ – As Canada works towards recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, investments in our airport infrastructure continue to be crucial to maintain safety, security, and connectivity for travellers, workers and communities. Government of Canada investments also help ensure Canada’s aviation industry is…

695 Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and how it is being made available, how you can save on airline tickets, an F-35 shoots down a drone, and the eighth anniversary of the loss of flight MH370.

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Aviation operators rely on environmental intelligence technology as climate change alters global weather patterns

It’s happened to so many of us: we book a flight, make sure our luggage meets airline standards, head to the airport early to get through security, and when we reach the gate, the flight is canceled due to weather. Unfortunately, weather is the most significant cause of flight delays, and severe weather events are […]

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Government of Canada makes important investments at Thunder Bay International Airport

THUNDER BAY, ON, March 14, 2022 /CNW/ – As Canada works towards recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, investments in our airports continue to be crucial to maintain safety, security, and connectivity for travellers, workers, and communities. Government of Canada investments also help ensure Canada’s airports are…
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WestJet – Welcome back to the skies Canada

WestJet restoring network to near pre-pandemic levels, reinvesting in transatlantic options for Canadians and inbound visitors The WestJet Group’s summer schedule gives guests an abundance of options to reconnect to and explore new destinations Airline introduces new connection between Toronto and Chicago CALGARY,…

Indian Airlines Boosts Domestic Services From 22,980 to 25,309 Weekly Flights

Indian airlines have increased their domestic services by 10.1 percent to 25,309 weekly flights in the 2018 summer schedule, up from 22,980 the previous season, according to the aviation regulator DGCA. IndiGo has expanded its domestic flight capacity by 10.4% […]

Toronto Pearson named best large airport in North America for fifth year in a row; awarded best hygiene measures for second year running

This recognition from Airports Council International – World underscores Pearson’s ongoing commitment to passenger service excellence, health and safety TORONTO, March 10, 2022 /CNW/ – For the fifth year in a row, Toronto Pearson has been named “Best Large Airport in North America”…

Australian Aviation Awards 2022

The Australian Aviation Awards is an exciting new nationwide recognition program that showcases the outstanding individuals and businesses positively shaping the growth and development of Australia’s aviation industry. The inaugural event, to be held in August 2022, offers leading professionals and their businesses the opportunity to highlight their achievements, build exposure and support the expansion

Fly Jinnah unveils its brand and livery

Fly Jinnah (Karachi), Pakistan’s new low-cost airline, has unveiled is brand and livery. In September 2021, Air Arabia announced a joint venture with Pakistani conglomerate Lakson Group to launch a low cost airline named Fly Jinnah. The new airline is planning to launch operations in June. The new airline issued this statement: Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s […]

Transport Canada issues an initial series of penalties as part of its investigation into the Montréal–Cancun flight of December 30, 2021

March 8, 2022                       Montréal, Quebec                    Transport Canada Ensuring the safety and security of passengers and crew on a flight is a top priority for Transport Canada. Civil aviation regulations and requirements must be respected, and anyone who does not comply is…
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