CHANGE AT BOMBARDIER
Bombardier is taking steps to restore its market position and financial health. But is it too late? Industry analyst Richard Aboulafia checks in on Canada’s largest aerospace OEM.
THE PATH TO INTEGRATION
Canada has issued a proposed rule for small unmanned air vehicles—the next step toward integrating UAVs more fully into Canadian airspace.
MADE FOR TOURISM
Niagara Helicopters has transitioned from Bell to Airbus Helicopters, acquiring four new H130s in record time.
CHATTING WITH THE COMMANDER
On the eve of his retirement, LGen Yvan Blondin reflects on his three-year tenure as commander of the RCAF.
TOP 10 AIRCRAFT THAT HAVE INFLUENCED CANADIAN AVIATION
Skies presents a list of aircraft that have been instrumental in furthering the aviation industry in Canada.
Bluedrop Training and Simulation develops cutting-edge technologies that are redefining the role of simulation in military training.
THE ANGLE OF ATTACK DEBATE
Will installing AOA gauges in aircraft make flying safer? In the end, it comes down to training.
FLYING THE FORTRESS
Join test pilot Rob Erdos as he straps in for a once-in-a-lifetime flight in the EAA’s legendary B-17 bomber, Aluminum Overcast.