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Weekly Update - Issue 229 - Sept 22, 2018
Featured News

Search Called Off For RV-6

 

The search for an unidentified couple missing on a flight from Edmonton to Chilliwack last week has been called off. The RCAF and CASARA covered 14,000 square miles in the search for the RV-6, which was reportedly based in Chilliwack. The family has asked that the identities of the missing couple be withheld and the military and police are complying but reporters have been able to contact them.

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The Latest News

We've sourced a List of Aviation News Articles and formatted them for easy reading.

They are updated daily. The Link is located on the left side of our website under Recent Aviation News

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Recent Incidents

We receive updates from the Canadian TSB daily and insert them into an easy-to-read format. 

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Air Shows 2018

The Milavia.com database provides a complete listing of Air Shows for the season.  Its a great resource for helping you plan this year's vacation.
 
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Aircraft Sales

Each month COPA brings you the latest Aircraft Classifieds and makes it convenient for you to shop.

In addition, our new Online Application makes it easy to find your next aircraft or sell you current one.   Click Here to view the latest classifieds.




Missing Pilot Family Support Eyed

The families of pilots lost on flights through B.C.’s Rocky Mountains in the past couple of years are hoping to establish a support network for the loved ones of missing people. Tammy Neron was a prominent figure in the search for her brother Dominic, whose Mooney went down near Revelstoke in 2017 but wasn’t found until Sept. 10.

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Passenger Drone Tested At Markham

Those flying into Toronto Markham Airport (CNU8) this week might have encountered an unusual flying object. A Texas company has wrapped up a week of flight testing of a passenger carrying drone at the small airport north of Toronto.

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Featured Reading
Bush Hawk
Undaunted Belief

by S.R. Found

An important chapter of Canada’s Aviation History is told for the first time in a new book by S.R. (Rick) Found titled Bush Hawk (Undaunted belief) the Found family’s name is famous among bush pilots, worldwide, for having built a tough little freighter aircraft designed for hard service in Canada’s wilderness. The author’s father, Sherman, along with his uncle Nathan (Bud) Found with financial backing from department store magnate John David Eaton took on the herculean task of gaining FAA certification for their dream aircraft........ more

Featured Article
It Could Be 1943
Yellow Wings Seed Future With Taste Of History

by Jonathan Rotondo

On an early August morning, I stifle a yawn and smack my lips. I can still taste this morning’s coffee — bitter and dry.  The ramp is wet from the overnight rain.  Although the sun has yet to make an appearance, I’ve rolled up the sleeves of my flight suit and can already feel humidity’s weight against my skin. It’s going to be a hot one.  .. ......... more

Video of the Week
Elroy At Markham

A passenger carrying drone built by Texas-based Astro Aerospace underwent testing at Toronto Markham Airport this week. The drone, called Elroy, was flying under a Transport Canada special flight operations certificate.

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Airport of the Week

Golden Airport, (ICAO: CYGE), is located in the town of Golden, British Columbia.

Signage on the bank of the Columbia River describes the navigation of the river by the explorer David Thompson. In 1807, he paddled by what is now known as Golden, with his wife and children.

The first settlement was established in 1882, while Major AB Rogers was searching for a route through the Selkirk Mountains for the Canadian Pacific Railway's transcontinental railway. Golden City became a base camp for the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) as it extended its line further and further west. After 1885, with the railway in operation, the town abbreviated its name to just "Golden," but began to grow in both size and prosperity.

Golden Municipal Airport is located within the Town of Golden and is home to a variety of aviation businesses including helicopter charter and maintenance, aviation fuelling, and private aircraft owners. 

The airport has a single, asphalt runway (14-32 4,528 ft x 75 ft) with an elevation of 2,575 feet.

The runway is serviceable throughout the year but is restricted to certain aircraft limitations. 

  View the Airport Diagram | Visit the Website | Skyvector

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