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Sleepless flights: ICAO working on pilot fatigue guidelines

Word from Montreal is that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) — that august repository of flying knowledge and global winged harmony — is working to bring sleep standards for helicopter pilots in line for guidelines long since established for...

source: By Mark Huber
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Manitoulin Transport pilot Wade Cook is looking to make the best of his newfound Island home and all that it, and he, has to offer — including the Gore Bay Western Manitoulin Airport. Mr. Cook, after flying over Manitoulin thousands of times in his life as a commercial...

source: Manitoulin Expositor

The 155 Borden Gray Air Cadet Squadron's 75th Anniversary Weekend, to be held May 5 through May 7 in Sault Ste. Marie, will be one that brings back many memories for two members of a well-known local family. Five brothers — Raymond (Ray), Robert (Bob), Bryan, Clifford...

source: SooToday

Cargair, the school that was training two pilots who crashed mid-air over a South Shore mall, does not think mechanical problems, the weather or language barriers were factors in the accident. The students — both...

source: The London Free Press via Montreal Gazette

COPA and APBQ are setting up a joint fishing and trekking expedition in northern Quebec, from July 5 to July 9 (4 days, 5 nights), at Mirage Aventure- CPM3 (N53 48, O 072 50.5), accessible by helicopter, float and wheel-equipped airplanes. Rooms are available for $600...

source: COPA

Peter Trobridge left behind a successful career in high tech in 2007, and was looking for a fresh challenge when a chance encounter on a golf course set him on a new path. A mechanical engineering technologist by training, Peter started a conversation with a group of men...

source: Ottawa At Home

According to author Rick Durden: A while ago I had a long, interesting discussion on the topic of preparing for inflight emergencies with a pilot whose day job was as a surgeon who trained surgeons. He had an interesting perspective on the subject based on how he taught...

source: AVweb

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