A report by the UK-based RUSI – commissioned by the Canadian Department of National Defence – was leaked to The Globe and Mail newspaper, revealing that its author, Professor Justin Bronk, had assessed that Canada’s CF-188A/B Hornet fighter fleet may be unable to meet its commitments, judging that it was “not credible in a NATO context against many of the higher-end mission sets”
McDonnell Douglas CF-188A Hornets of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) while deployed to the UK for Exercise Cobra Warrior 23-2 have also taken advantage of low flying areas for additional training
The Royal Canadian Air Force’s Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment is Canada’s answer to what was the UK’s Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment. Peter R Foster recounts two visits to the Cold Lake-based unit
Buffalo Airways' first-ever jet, a Boeing 737-301(BDSF), departed on delivery to Canada today.
Canada’s Minister of National Defence Anita Anand announced on July 25 that the nation has purchased four new Airbus A330 MRTTs – along with a further three used A330-200s – for approximately CA$3.6bn (US$2.7bn), as it moves to recapitalise its air-to-air refuelling capabilities and enable the Royal Canadian Air Force to replace its ageing CC-150 Polaris fleet
The Typhoon Legacy Company, based in Comox, British Columbia, is adopting its own singular approach to returning its example of the Hawker fighter-bomber to airworthiness
As part of the UK Government’s efforts to tackle the use of small boats by immigrants crossing the English Channel, the Home Office has contracted Canada’s PAL Aerospace to provide an intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance Dash 8 and crew
The Canadian Department of National Defence shared an initial image of the first of two Airbus CC-330 Multi-Role Tanker Transports sporting its operational white, red and blue livery ahead of its planned delivery to the Royal Canadian Air Force this summer