Top News on Canadian North

  • Hamilton Aerospace Technologies wins approval for 737 Next Gen maintenance

    <P>Global Aircraft Solutions subsidiary <A href="">Hamilton&nbsp;Aerospace Technologies (HAT) </A>won approval from the <A href="">US&nbsp;FAA</A> to maintain Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 aircraft, giving the maintenance repair and overhaul company the ability to perform heavy maintenance up on those aircraft types.</P> <P>The latest approval expands the services HAT offers to customers. In December 2006 the company won approval to offer line maintenance for all aircraft in the <A href="">Airbus&nbsp;A320 family</A>.</P> <P>“The addition of the next generation 737s to our repair station rating is a very significant economic event for our company, as it will allow us to better serve our existing clients and expand our customer base,” says Hamilton CEO Gordon Hamilton.</P> <P>HAT also completed maintenance on a Boeing 737-200 and delivered it to custom

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  • Canada's Enerjet further postpones plans for leisure flights

    Canadian start-up Enerjet has indefinitely deferred plans to launch leisure flights and will focus exclusively on...

  • Hamilton Aerospace Technologies wins approval for 737 Next Gen maintenance

    <P>Global Aircraft Solutions subsidiary <A href="">Hamilton&nbsp;Aerospace Technologies...

  • Twin Otter and other heritage types to be reborn as Viking buys de Havilland Canada type certificates

    <P><BR>Canada’s Viking Air has acquired the type certificates for seven de Havilland Canada (DCH) heritage aircraft...

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  • DVB makes ABS market debut with $667m deal

    News | 30 Jan 2015 10:48 | Laura Mueller

    DVB Bank has come to market with a $667 million asset-backed securitisation named AIM Aviation Finance, marking its debut in the operating lease ABS market.
  • Proposed First Air-Canadian North merger dissolves

    News | 23 Oct 2014 23:27 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    The proposed merger between Canadian carriers First Air and Canadian North has been called off, according to the carrier's owners.
  • Kelowna reveals work on combi version of 737-300

    News | 08 Aug 2014 16:38 | Howard Slutsken

    Kelowna Flightcraft is developing a passenger and cargo “combi” modification to the Boeing 737-300, initially to fulfill a requirement for Canadian North.
  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 28 July- 4 August 2014

    News | 04 Aug 2014 09:33

    ​SMBC Aviation Capital sells 737-500
  • Union opposes Transport Canada move to trim cabin crew numbers

    News | 23 May 2014 18:07 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​A proposal to allow Canadian airlines to staff aircraft with one flight attendant for every 50 passengers would reduce the likelihood that all passengers escape during an emergency, says the union that represents flight attendants for Air Canada.
  • First Air CEO hopes for merger plan by July

    News | 22 Apr 2014 21:56 | Kristin Majcher

    ​First Air is aiming to form an agreement with Canadian North for a proposed merger in the next three months, says Brock Friesen, president and chief executive of the Kantana, Ontario-based carrier.