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Aviation is our Passion

Product Image Skies April/May 2019

Skies April/May 2019


COVER STORY  |  Flying With The Stars

From a modest start in 1987, Air Transat now employs more than 600 pilots and 2,000 flight attendants. Despite its growth, the Montreal-based airline still takes pride in cultivating a family atmosphere.

By Howard Slutsken


Flying The Last Frontier

Enterprise Aviation Group has been operating Basler BT-67 turboprops at the bottom of the world since 2001. While Antarctic flying may not be for everyone, some pilots don’t mind roughing it in exchange for the ultimate freedom of flight.

By Lisa Gordon


ONLINE BONUS  |  Return of the Stampe

After a two-year restoration, pilot Roger Hadfield took to the skies once again in his Belgian-made Stampe SV-4B. Here, his son Dave Hadfield tells the story.

By Dave Hadfield


Avionics Transitions

With a multitude of available systems on the market, operators who are stepping up to the next generation of avionics equipment must weigh their options carefully.

By Scott M. Spangler


Leading The Way

As the first and only operator of the CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopter, the Royal Canadian Air Force is blazing an operational trail and learning new lessons every day.

By Lisa Gordon


Next-Gen Manufacturing

Pratt & Whitney Canada’s Mirabel Aerospace Centre is a
shining example of avant-garde thinking when it comes to aerospace manufacturing.

By Frederick K. Larkin



From the Editor

In the Jumpseat

View from the Hill

Focal Points

Plane Spotting

Briefing Room


In the Circuit

Instrument IQ

Faces of Flight