A tour of Korean Air’s farm on Jeju Island reminds us that in-flight meals aren’t possible without the people who tend to the vegetables, chickens, cattle and water that appear on the tray table.
Carlisle IT has a overheating solution for electronically steered antennas
Airbus recently celebrated the 100th A220 produced for a customer during a ceremony at the aircraft program’s headquarters in Mirabel, Canada.
He’s only been president since August, but Dwayne Charette is no stranger to Airbus Helicopters Canada (AHC), having joined the Fort Erie, Ontario-based operation back in 2003.
A major international airport just might be the ultimate theme park – packed with people, lengthy lines for food and drink, and e-ticket rides to far-flung destinations.
De Havilland Canada is back, a newly resurrected company that is celebrating its ties to the past while it looks to the future.
VIP helicopters continue to make up a significant percentage of the industry’s sales and operations. Airbus, Bell, Leonardo and Sikorsky all recognize the importance of their VIP — and VVIP — customers.
A session in a flight simulator can be invaluable for practising rarely-flown manoeuvres or complicated instrument procedures.
If you're thinking of buying or selling a used helicopter, this might actually be a good time to do so.
Invented and made in Canada by SEI Industries, thousands of Bambi Buckets are used to fight forest fires around the world.