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Aviation is our Passion

Product Image Skies June/July 2019

Skies June/July 2019


Western advantage

Sunwest Aviation operates a diverse fleet of business jets and turboprops to deliver a multitude of aviation services from its state-of-the-art Calgary complex.

By Jacqueline Louie


Solutions through simulation

A commitment to detailed craftsmanship and a passion for simulation drives Flightdeck Solutions to develop increasingly realistic fixed-base procedural training units for customers around the world.

By Lisa Gordon


NATA outlines current priorities

Following a successful 43rd annual conference in Yellowknife, the Northern Air Transport Association has mapped out the top four issues that will steer its course for the coming year.

By Lisa Gordon


The quiet stol multi-tasker

De Havilland Canada’s four-engine Dash 7 first flew in 1975. Developed to serve city centre “STOLports,” the 50-seat aircraft’s quiet characteristics made it popular with North American commuter airlines. Today, only 19 remain in service worldwide.

By Frederick K. Larkin


Below Glidepath

A few simple tweaks to pilot career management practices in the Royal Canadian Air Force could make a big difference when it comes to plugging the personnel leak to the civilian sector.

By Andy Cook





From the Editor

In the Jumpseat

View from the Hill

Focal Points

Briefing Room

Plane Spotting


In the Circuit

Instrument IQ

Faces of Flight