Volume 7, Issue 6
2017 PHOTO CONTEST
Congratulations to all winners from our fourth annual Skies Photo Contest! We asked and you came through with some of the best aviation images we’ve ever seen! Turn to page 76 for all the details.
RED AIR SUCCESS
Discovery Air Defence wins the 10-year contract to provide the Canadian Armed Forces with adversarial air services.
ONLINE BONUS: CTA TO TACKLE AIR PASSENGER RIGHTS REGULATIONS
The Canadian Transportation Agency is preparing to begin consultations once Bill C-49 is passed.
AIRBUS, BOMBARDIER & THE C SERIES
Skies analyzes the “ABCs” of the blockbuster deal and what it means for Canadian aerospace.
REGIONAL TIPPING POINT?
Bombardier has secured the future of its flagship C Series, but the CRJ and Q400 families need some attention, too.
Lockheed Martin Canada’s Charles Bouchard discusses how innovative, forward-thinking ideas will characterize the company’s future Canadian footprint.
FEELING THE STING
An interim Super Hornet purchase is in doubt as Canada considers used Australian fighter jets.
THE PURSUIT OF PASSION
Stretching outside his comfort zone has paid big dividends for airshow performer Brent Handy.
Q&A: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF AVIATION PHOTOGRAPHY
Skies publisher and accomplished aviation photographer Mike Reyno discusses his passion for imagery that tells a story without a single word.
ONLINE BONUS: FIGHTERS IN FOREST CITY
London, Ont., is back in the airshow business—big time.
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