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Addressing the media's unreasonable fear of flying

USA Today recently ran a three-part series of articles that delved into the issue of general aviation safety. The author, Thomas Frank, claimed that general aviation is inherently dangerous and unsafe. Shortly thereafter, the general aviation community responded in fury,...

source: By Ryan Clark
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The success of Northern Ontario tourism is owed, in part, to the design and development of the DHC-2 de Havilland plane. The aircraft is a Short Take Off and Landing plane that needs very little land, water or snow to land on or take...

source: LOCAL2

Recently, Gander's College of the North Atlantic campus in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, got a couple of new trainers: a Cessna Skymaster and Beechcraft King Air, worth a combined value of nearly $800,000. The Beechcraft King Air model was used as an air ambulance...

source: The Lewisporte Pilot

The hijacking 40 years ago was not even his worse flight. That came later for Summerside, Prince Edward Island, native Bob Pitcairn, who retired as a commercial pilot in 1998. More on that rocky ride later. The 76-year-old retired pilot's most famous flight, one that garnered...

source: The Guardian

Who is MicroPilot? For almost anyone in unmanned aerial vehicle electronics — or, rather, avionics — MicroPilot is probably a familiar name. The company makes the autopilots that basically fly the vehicle. An autopilot is the business-end of the navigation guidance...

source: GPS World

It was in 1909 when Frenchman Louis Blériot flew his revolutionary monoplane, the Blériot XI, across the English Channel. New aircraft makers emerged to become the main attractions of the aerial exhibitions, where powered aircraft and balloons competed to lift...

source: Waterloo Region Record

A man with a passion for flying who has made a huge commitment to the aviation industry and the community has been named to Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame. The honour is being bestowed upon George Miller, a retired Royal Canadian Air Force colonel, Team Leader of the Canadian...

source: Langley Advance News

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