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Rytis Beresnevicius

New airline in Canada: OWG announces start of operations

A new airline has appeared on the Canadian horizon, as OWG announced its plans to launch operations in the coming months, despite unfavorable conditions for the industry....


Clement Charpentreau

Snowbird pilot injured by ejection due to seat malfunction

Investigators of the Canadian Department of National Defense determined that the crash of the CT-114 Tutor belonging to the Snowbird aerobatic team was caused by an engine malfunction. Moreover, the pilot’s ejection was obstructed by the parachute lines, resulting in minor injuries....


Clement Charpentreau

Trudeau’s plane victim of bad equipment and training, report says

The investigation into the incident that led one of the Canadian governmental planes to hit a wall in October 2019 points to the use of faulty equipment and insufficient training of towing staff....


Ina Hladyshava

Snowbirds aerobatic plane crashes in Canada, one dead

A CT-144 Tutor aircraft of the Canadian Snowbirds aerobatic team crashed during an exhibition flight. Both occupants managed to eject, but one crew member was killed. ...


Clement Charpentreau

Canadian Navy helicopter crashes off the Greek coast, one dead

A CH-148 Cyclone helicopter of the Royal Canadian Navy crashed in the Ionian Sea off the coast of Greece during a NATO area surveillance operation....


AeroTime Team

Air Canada suspends remaining routes towards United States

Air Canada announced the suspension of its last remaining flights towards the United States due to the restrictions imposed to fight the coronavirus epidemic. The change is coming in force starting from April 21, 2020....


Clement Charpentreau

Jazz pilot blinded by laser beam before landing in Ottawa

A pilot of the Canadian airline Jazz received injuries to his eyes from a laser beam as he was on approach to Ottawa....


Clement Charpentreau

Bombardier sells out remaining shares in Airbus A220

Bombardier sold its remaining share in Airbus Canada to Airbus and the Quebec government. The European manufacturer now owns 75% of the A220 program, with the remaining 25% in the hands of Quebec....


Rytis Beresnevicius

Bombardier to review A220 program stake after financial bump

After difficulties in other divisions and financial results that are below expectations, Bombardier indicates that it is considering deleveraging its stake in the Airbus A220 program....


Clement Charpentreau

WestJet Boeing 737 skids off runway in Halifax, no injuries

Upon landing in Halifax, a Boeing 737-800 of the Canadian airline WestJet slid off the runway. The airport had experienced a snowstorm. No injuries were reported....