HELP FROM ABOVE
On Nov. 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines, causing unprecedented destruction. Canada responded with Operation Renaissance, deploying its Disaster Assistance Response Team to bring relief to the stricken country.
As a condition of employment, many Canadian operators require pilots to sign a training agreement, or training bond. But are they legal?
TECHNOLOGY IN THE HANGAR
Canadian Skies asked MRO providers across the country how they are using new software, hardware and handheld devices to transform the way they do business.
WEST COAST CONNECTOR
Pacific Coastal Airlines is a rarity: a family-run airline that has survived in the competitive, cutthroat world that is Canadian aviation. Today, the airline links more than 65 airports and coastal seaports in B.C.
Ranking among the most challenging of helicopter operations, heli-skiing is a booming business in Canada — but also a high-stakes, intensely competitive one.
UTILITARIAN HEAVY HAULER
Test pilot Rob Erdos is back, and this time he introduces readers to Cessna’s versatile Grand Caravan EX.