Drone Delivery Canada receives first approval for Moose Cree project funding

Cargo drone delivery operator Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) received its first conditional approval for funding of its Moose Cree First Nation project, announced a year ago this month, DDC said in a statement on Tuesday. The project is designed to deploy DDC’s drone delivery platform within Moose Cree First Nation communities in Ontario. The project […]

Air Canada Cargo, GTA dnata extend perishable handling agreement

GTA dnata will begin handling all of Air Canada Cargo’s cool chain shipments at its newly renovated facility at Toronto International Airport (YYZ) beginning on Sept. 16, the carrier announced today. Previously, GTA dnata handled just the carrier’s pharmaceutical shipments.  Air Canada Cargo will leverage GTA dnata’s cool-chain facilities at YYZ to handle its AC Fresh perishables product, which customers use to book shipments of commodities such as seafood, chilled meats, fruits and […]

Canadian North, First Air merger plans move forward

Yesterday, Canadian North and First Air announced their impending merger into a new pan-Arctic airline, under the name “Canadian North.” The new Canadian North carrier will provide northern communities scheduled and charter passenger and cargo services year-round.   Their respective ownership groups, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) and Makivik Corporation, already received regulatory approval for the merger. With this approval, both companies are preparing to formalize […]

KF Aerospace to introduce new facilities, widebody aircraft capability at YHM

Canada-based maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) organization KF Aerospace broke ground this week on the expansion of its MRO facility at Hamilton International Airport (YHM). KF’s CA$30 million project will add 150,000 square-feet of space to the company’s YHM operations, centered around a new 75,000 square-foot hanger. The new hangar will serve to introduce widebody […]