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...
Muskoka Mod Centre, Inc. is a company you might not have heard of. But that is going to change. They are based in Gravenhurst, Ontario, at Muskoka Airport (CYQA), a 35-minute flight north of Toronto. This company is part of Muskoka Aircraft, which has a record of...
After a long and careful thought, De Havilland Canada has selected a site near Calgary for its new facilities. Called De Havilland Field, the facilities will consist not only of aircraft manufacturing and assembly halls, repair centers, training facilities, and...
We will not be seeing any “all-new” commercial aircraft designs in the 2020s, with the possible exception of the regional market. The reason is technological change, higher risks, and a low return on investment should new technologies obsolete existing technologies...
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...
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