Canadian Aviator Weekly Newsletter Archive
Canadian Aviator Magazine Weekly Newsletter Archive
Below you will find an archive of the Canadian Aviator Magazine Weekly Update(s). Browse through the issues below, or follow the link located at the bottom of this page to subscribe.


Aviator Newsletter - 355-Feb20 (Feb 2021)
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Aviator Newsletter - 356-Feb27 (Feb 2021)
View this email in your browser Canadian Aviator Magazine. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Weekly Update - Issue 356 - February 27, 2021 Featured News   De Havilland, PAL Team Up On Dash 8 P-4   De Havilland Canada and PAL Aerospace are teaming up to build a long-range patrol version of the Q400 regional airliner. The Dash 8 P-4 will be equipped to

Aviator Newsletter - 358FF-Mar13 (Mar 2021)
View this email in your browser Canadian Aviator Magazine. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Weekly Update - Issue 358 - March 13, 2021 Featured News   TSB Renews Call For Flight Monitors   .The Transportation Safety Board has renewed its call for Transport Canada to require lightweight flight data recording equipment on all commercially operated a

Aviator Newsletter - 360-Mar27 (Mar 2021)
View this email in your browser Canadian Aviator Magazine. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Weekly Update - Issue 360 - March 27, 2021 Featured News   Night Rating Revisions Coming   .Transport Canada is working on revisions to night rating standards that would create two levels of night ratings in response to Transportation Safety Board criticism

Aviator Newsletter - 359-Mar20 (Mar 2021)
View this email in your browser Canadian Aviator Magazine. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Weekly Update - Issue 359 - March 20, 2021 Featured News   Laser Attacks Hit Air Ambulances   .A rash of laser attacks against air ambulance aircraft in Ontario has prompted a police investigation and concern by the operator. “It can be potentially catastro

Aviator Newsletter - 361-April03 (Apr 2021)
View this email in your browser Canadian Aviator Magazine. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Weekly Update - Issue 361 - April 03, 2021 Featured News   Airbus and Nav Canada Partner in CO2 Reduction Initiative .The European aircraft manufacturing giant is bringing Nav Canada on board its fello’fly program to further its ambition to prove it is both tech

Aviator Newsletter - 362-April10 (Apr 2021)
View this email in your browser Canadian Aviator Magazine. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Weekly Update - Issue 362 - April 10, 2021 Featured News   Three Canadian MAXes Grounded .Three Canadian-operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft were pulled from service on Friday as part of a precautionary grounding related to electrical issues that affected dozens of

Aviator Newsletter - 363-April17 (Apr 2021)
View this email in your browser Canadian Aviator Magazine. Please reconfirm your interest in receiving emails from us. If you do not wish to receive any more emails, you can unsubscribe here. Weekly Update - Issue 363 - April 17, 2021 Featured News   Nav Canada Cancels Tower Closures .Nav Canada says it’s decided to maintain tower services at seven smaller airports across the country but it’s giving no detailed reasons for the abrupt change of tack.




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