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Royal Canadian Air Force strives to end experienced pilots with bleeding

OTTAWA – A shortage of experienced pilots is forcing the Royal Canadian Air Force to be discerning the need to maintain a sufficient number of experienced airmen to train new recruits and conduct missions in the air. Commander of the… Continue Reading →

Smuggler caught at the Canadian airport with 5000 leeches on him

The stories of travelers attempting to smuggle unusual animals have made headlines over the years: Finches hidden in hair curlers at snakes stuffed in pants. Recently, a particularly strange cargo, found in the luggage of a Canadian returning from Russia,… Continue Reading →

American and Canadian fighter planes rushed to escort Russian bombers off the US coast

WE and Canadian Fighter planes were intercepted to intercept two Russian strategic bombers heading for the North American coast. Two F-22 jet aircraft and two CF-18 jet aircraft identified the Russian nuclear aircraft when it entered an area close to… Continue Reading →

Aircraft mechanical problem puts New Jersey travelers on ice-cold Canadian run for 14 hours

Follow CBSPHILLY Facebook | Twitter NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA (CNN) – Passengers from a United Airlines flight between Newark (New Jersey) and Hong Kong have been stranded on a runway for more than 14 hours in freezing temperatures while their passengers food… Continue Reading →

Newark United flight remains stuck at Canadian airport frozen for 14 hours

Even people who left New Jersey this weekend had to deal with a brutal cold while a United Airlines plane departing from Newark airport on Saturday was found stuck on a frozen runway in Canada for nearly 14 hours, reports… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher <p class = "canvas-atom web-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus increases pressure on suppliers like United Technologies to reduce the costs… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher <p class = "canvas-atom web-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus increases pressure on suppliers like United Technologies to reduce the costs… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus is stepping up pressure on suppliers such as United Technologies to reduce the costs of its A220 airliner developed in Canada, as it expands its facilities. factory to deal with the… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus is stepping up pressure on suppliers such as United Technologies to reduce the costs of its A220 airliner developed in Canada, as it expands its facilities. factory to deal with the… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher <p class = "canvas-atom web-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus increases pressure on suppliers like United Technologies to reduce the costs… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher <p class = "canvas-atom web-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus increases pressure on suppliers like United Technologies to reduce the costs… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus is stepping up pressure on suppliers such as United Technologies to reduce the costs of its A220 airliner developed in Canada, as it expands its facilities. factory to deal with the… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus is stepping up pressure on suppliers such as United Technologies to reduce the costs of its Canadian – developed A220 airliner, as it expands its facilities. factory to deal with the… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher <p class = "canvas-atom web-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus increases pressure on suppliers like United Technologies to reduce the costs… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus is stepping up pressure on suppliers such as United Technologies to reduce the costs of its Canadian – developed A220 airliner, as it expands its facilities. factory to deal with the… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus is stepping up pressure on suppliers such as United Technologies to reduce the costs of its Canadian – developed A220 airliner, as it expands its facilities. factory to deal with the… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus is stepping up pressure on suppliers such as United Technologies to reduce the costs of its Canadian – developed A220 airliner, as it expands its facilities. factory to deal with the… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher <p class = "canvas-atom web-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus increases pressure on suppliers like United Technologies to reduce the costs… Continue Reading →

Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

By Tim Hepher <p class = "canvas-atom web-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "MONTREAL (Reuters) – The European Airbus increases pressure on suppliers like United Technologies to reduce the costs… Continue Reading →

Canadian air traffic controllers send pizzas to US counterparts hit by shutdown

Peter Duffey, president of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association, said the controllers were looking for a way to help American controllers face their first unpaid payday on Friday. Thursday, one of the CATCA control centers in Edmonton, Alberta, had… Continue Reading →

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