DeHavilland Canada announced earlier this week that Transport Canada approved the conversion of Dash 8-100/200 and Dash 8-300 aircraft into simplified package freighters in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. This augments the earlier certification of a package...
H55 Switzerland, a spin-off from the Solar Impulse project, has been involved in four different electric aircraft programs over the last 18 years. The company will now collaborate with Pratt & Whitney Canada, Collins Aerospace and DeHavilland Canada on the...
India’s Flybig has signed a Letter of Intent for ten De Havilland Canada Twin Otters. The LoI was announced at Wings India 2022 on March 24. Flybig is a regional airline that launched in December 2020 and is focused on connecting tier-2 destinations within India. The...
Let’s reflect on 2021 with a selection of pictures to highlight events of another difficult year for aviation. The year was largely dominated (again) by the pandemic, resulting in numerous travel restrictions and border closures. Domestic air travel in Russia...
Indian no-frills carrier SpiceJet has entered into a settlement deal with De Havilland Canada (DHC). The Canadian company had earlier this year taken SpiceJet to UK courts to recover $42.9 million for failing to make pre-delivery payments after ordering 25 Dash-8-400...
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