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...
Restoring its operational performance to solid levels has helped Alaska Airlines to produce a strong third quarter. And with the ratification of three major labor deals at Alaska and its subsidiary Horizon, long-term labor stability should be guaranteed to keep the...
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...
UPDATE – Another US airline to report record-high revenues in March is Alaska Airlines. Like American Airlines, Alaska’s revenues for the month exceeded 2019 levels for the first time since the start of the pandemic, the airline said on April 21 in its Q1...
Alaska Airlines is more and more reverting to the holy grail of low-cost carriers by accelerating its transition to a single fleet until late 2023. Out will go the ten remaining and leased Airbus A321neo’s in the mainline fleet and the 32 De Havilland Canada Dash...
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