Aerial refueling is a standard operation, but a challenging and critical one, for air forces around the world. It has become a force multiplier -- boosting range and ability -- in mission planning and execution.
The first flight of a Cessna 208B Grand Caravan powered by a magniX electric propulsion system is the next step in electric flight.
Leveraging its experience with fixed-wing air tankers, Coulson Aviation has unveiled its latest aerial firefighting conversion, the CU-47.
50 Years after the first 747 went into service, the groundbreaking wide-body jet may be having its finest hour.
In a marriage of technological prowess, Lufthansa Technik and LG Electronics have joined forces to transform the way we see cabin class dividers.
Since 1969, Conair Group Inc. has specialized in designing, building and operating aerial firefighting aircraft. Today, with the frequency and severity of wildfires on the rise, the company is looking to the future with state-of-the-art equipment and a renewed sense of purpose.
Not so long ago, the idea of electric commercial aviation was a decidedly futuristic notion. But last December, B.C.-based Harbour Air and magniX made a giant leap forward with the first flight of their DHC-2 Beaver “ePlane.”
The plane’s maiden flight was three hours and 51 minutes in duration, with pilots reporting the 777-9 “flew beautifully” during a detailed test plan that exercised its systems and structures.
At APEX TECH 2020, delegates learned how Air Canada is tweaking its content strategy using insights about its in-flight entertainment selection, provided by Spafax IQ.
At APEX TECH 2020, Charu Jain, senior vice-president of Merchandising and Innovation, Alaska Airlines, gave delegates insight into what was required when the carrier acquired Virgin America.