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  • Air Canada Jazz pilot trapped on 'wrong side' of cockpit door incident re-opens security questions

    <P>The incident yesterday of an Air Canada Jazz pilot who found himself trapped outside the cockpit of a Bombardier...

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  • Heroic failures: 11 aircraft that should have flown high but never quite took off

    News | 10 Dec 2013 13:32 | Stephen Trimble

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  • NBAA 2008: Setting a new Standard

    News | 06 Oct 2008 19:45

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  • Air Canada Jazz pilot trapped on 'wrong side' of cockpit door incident re-opens security questions

    News | 31 Aug 2006 17:00 | Justin Wastnage

    <P>The incident yesterday of an Air Canada Jazz pilot who found himself trapped outside the cockpit of a Bombardier CRJ-100 after a trip to the toilet has awoken debate into the effectiveness of security measures as we head towards the fifth anniversary of 9/11.</P> <P>Yesterday, passengers on the Jazz service from the Canadian capital Ottawa-Hull to Winnipeg, Manitoba watchjed in amazement as the captain was trapped in the cabin after the door locks on the reinforced cockpit doors malfunctioned. Crew members were forced to take the door off its hinges to let him back in after the incident, which happened 30min before the scheduled arrival of the aircraft in Winnipeg.</P> <P>Air Canada Jazz spokeswoman says the first officer had remained on the flight deck throughout, and that the CRJ-100 had not started its descent when the incident occurred. Jazz says the first officer could have landed the flight by himself, and there had been no danger. </P> <P>Transport Canada is not&nbsp;inveshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Air-Canada-Jazz-pilot-trapped-on-wrong-side-of-cockpit-door-incident-re-opens-security-questions-208775/
  • Comair studies reduction of regional jet fleet

    News | 28 Aug 2006 23:00 | Mary Kirby

    <P>US regional carrier Comair could see as many as 77 more Bombardier regional jets, including its entire CRJ700 fleet, culled from its feeder deal with parent Delta Air Lines should its bid to secure a portion of its current flying fail.</P> <P>Delta last week issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the operation of 143 regional jets, including up to 43 70-seaters and up to 50 50-seat jets already operated by Delta Connection carriers Comair, Mesa Air Group's Freedom Airlines unit, and Republic Airways' Chautauqua Airlines and Shuttle America subsidiaries.</P> <P>The RFP represents a portion of the Delta Connection network that has not been affirmed in the bankrupt major's Chapter 11 proceedings. Delta is also soliciting bids for the operation of up to 50 76-seat aircraft that the carrier can add to the Connection fleet "to meet the changing demands of the network". Comair says its 27 owned CRJ700s - representing its entire fleet of 70-seat regional jets - are included in Delta's Rhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Comair-studies-reduction-of-regional-jet-fleet-208743/
  • Progress unchecked

    News | 30 Apr 2000 23:00

    G&uuml;nter Endres/London Regional carriers in North America and Europe have thrived thanks to their links with major operators and the introduction of jets. Now even smaller operators are being tied in to the emerging global alliances <p>The resurgence of regional airlines continues, largely through a growing re-alignment with major carriers and a shift towards new jet aircraft. But airspace congestion, tougher environmental legislation and the threat of taxation could have a negative effect on demand in the next few years. </p> <p>The Airline Business passenger ranking of the world's top 100 regional airlines again paints a positive picture, with double digit growth rates being maintained in Europe and the USA, outstripping by some distance those of their larger and more illustrious contemporaries. But one of the more significant aspects of the list is the fact that all but a handful of the top 100 airlines are affiliated, through equity involvement, franchising or important codeshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Progress-unchecked-65489/
  • Rockwell secures HGS approval in UK

    News | 12 Oct 1999 23:00

    <p>Rockwell Collins Flight Dynamics has secured UK Civil Aviation Authority approval for its head-up guidance system (HGS) on easyJet Boeing 737-300s and added new business with an order for 25 systems for Air Canada's Bombardier CRJ-100 and -200 regional jets. </p> <p>Low-cost scheduled carrier easyJet is the 17th airline to order the HGS and the first to win CAA approval for its use. The airline has ordered 16 systems, 12 for installation on its new 737-300s and four for retrofit on its -300s. </p> <p>Air Canada is the seventh CRJ operator to order the HGS, which provides Category IIIa landing capability in runway visual range conditions as low as 700ft (215m).</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Rockwell-secures-HGS-approval-in-UK-57125/