18 April 2014

Cheap Fuel In Oshawa During April

Enterprise Airlines in Oshawa (CYOO) is celebrating spring by offering 100LL fuel for $1.70 per litre!

This special offer will last just until the end of the month of April.

Contact details

  • FBO: Enterprise Airlines
  • Airport: Oshawa CYOO
  • Telephone: 905-721-0054
  • Frequency: 131.05 MHz

17 April 2014

First Vintage Wings Fly-In - Saturday 24 May 2014

From Vintage Wings

Vintage Wings invites you, your aircraft and your friends to come to our first ever, but not the last, Fly-In Breakfast on Saturday 24 May 2014. Check out a ramp full of aircraft and share a traditional rib-sticking breakfast of pilot food (includes free gluten!), some hangar talk and a tour of the Vintage Wings facility and the Michael Potter Collection of Vintage Aircraft.


  • Breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, croissants, plus orange juice and coffee
  • Cost: $10.00 ($6.00 for Vintage Wings Members)
  • Served with a smile from the Spitfire Grill
  • Walk-ins and drive-ins welcome

10 April 2014

Canadian Aviation Historical Society 2014 Convention in Regina

The Canadian Aviation Historical Society will hold their 51st National Convention and Annual General Meeting in Regina, Saskatchewan from 4-7 June 2014.

Hosted by the society's Regina chapter, the conference entitled Canada's Aviation History: the View from the West will be held at the Travelodge Hotel and Conference Centre in Regina at 4177 Albert St.

With an exciting array of guest speakers, great food and good company, not to mention a tour of the Western Development Museum in Moose Jaw, this is one event you don't want to miss! Visit our website to see the tentative schedule.

Registration forms can be downloaded from the CAHS website.

07 April 2014

Nav Canada Aeronautical Study of the Montreal Terminal Control Area

From: Patrick Gilligan, Vice President, Operations, Canadian Owners and Pilots Association

Nav Canada will be undertaking an aeronautical study to review the structure and classification of the Montreal terminal control area.

As the provider of civil air navigation services, Nav Canada regularly reviews its services to ensure that they match the requirements of aircraft operators. The study will involve consultation with customers and other stakeholders. A hazard and risk analysis will be conducted on any proposed changes.

Consultation on this proposal will be conducted during the spring of 2014. Persons wishing to be identified as stakeholders, wanting to obtain further information or interested in commenting on this study are invited to notify the study team leader:

Yan Tremblay
Nav Canada Centre de contrôle régional de Montréal
1750 Chemin St-François
Dorval QC H9P 2P6
Telephone: (514) 633-3892
Fax: (514) 633-3371

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