Canada

WestJet to operate first Boeing 737 MAX flight in Canada

After Transport Canada (TC) cleared the Boeing 737 MAX for operation, WestJet will be the first to resume commercial flights on the MAX on January 21, 2021....


All rows potentially exposed to COVID-19 on flight to Canada

Two Air Transat flights from Haiti to Montreal were potentially carrying enough infected travelers to put all passengers at risk of COVID-19....


Canada to impose COVID-19 tests to inbound passengers

Canada will soon make negative COVID-19 tests mandatory for airline passengers to enter or return to the country...


Canada buys Hermes 900 drone for environment monitoring

Transport Canada orders a Hermes 900 Starlinerfor drone environmental monitoring purposes.  ...


First shipments of Pfizer’s vaccine land in Canada

On December 13, 2020, the first batches of COVID-19 vaccines arrived at Mirabel International Airport in Montreal, Canada. ...


FL Technics acquires Wright International

FL Technics acquired Wright International, a line maintenance services provider in Canada. | Exclusive...


NORAD gets ready to track Santa's journey live

For the 65th consecutive year, NORAD is getting ready to track Santa Claus' journey across the world as he delivers presents....


Canada to not follow FAA in un-grounding the 737 MAX

Transport Canada (TC), the Canadian authority responsible for civil aviation, released a statement that there would be differences between it and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regarding the Boeing 737 MAX un-grounding. The FAA ungrounded the Boeing 737 MAX on November 18, 2020, following 20 months of hibernation after the second fatal accident involving the aircraft type occurred in Ethiopia in March 2019. However, the grounding perio...


Sunwing Airlines relaunches operations after 230-day-long-break

Sunwing Airlines relaunched its operations after a 230-day-long break and met the passengers with a new healthcare policy....


Boeing promises to invest $61B into Canada if it selects F-18

Boeing says it will invest $61 billion and create 250,000 jobs if Canada selects F-18 over F-35 and Gripen for its Future Fighter Capability Project.  ...