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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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For more than 40 years in Leduc, Alberta, the Canadian Air Cadets program has strived to provide education to promote an interest in the air element of the Canadian Forces, along with promoting the importance of physical fitness, leadership,...

source: Leduc Representative

The October 2016 crash of a 1974 Cessna Citation eight minutes after takeoff from Kelowna, British Columbia, which killed the pilot and his three passengers, is focusing fresh attention on Canada's regulations governing cockpit voice recorders (CVRs) and flight data recorders....

source: SKIES Magazine

On Feb. 13, 2017, MCpl Jesse Sorensen was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal from the United States Air Force for meritorious service from April 1, 2011, to July 9, 2016. Sorensen is currently serving in the Combined Air Operations Centre at 1 Canadian Air Division...

source: SKIES Magazine

The Ontario Provincial Police officials say they are "deeply concerned" that a person pointed a laser at one of the force's helicopters during a training exercise in Elgin County on Monday night. No one was injured. A search is on...

source: CBC News

A Nova Scotia firm has pioneered a new anti-laser guard to protect pilots threatened by those flashing increasingly powerful lasers at airliner cockpits. Designed by Metamaterial Technologies Inc. and its optical filters division, Lamda Guard, the guard is a thin film that...

source: TheChronicleHerald.ca

The final pies are being baked, the employees have their layoff notices, crowds are gathering for one last slice, and the iconic Chilliwack Airport Coffee Shop is set to close its doors for good. Recreational pilots across British Columbia know Chilliwack because of the...

source: Chilliwack Progress

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