MURPHY: Beryl Markham and Hanna Reitsch pursued aviation with passion in the early 20th century and took the same kind of risks. But their fates were less mysterious
NEIMAN: It’s rather odd that journalists have so willingly accepted airlines’ assertion that their policies of overselling seats on flights should be normal
An imbalance between the use of manual flying skills and the use of automation can create challenges to ensuring passenger safety.
There are less drastic ways of alleviating the aviation sector’s high costs
The number of flights at Alberta’s two largest airports haven’t kept track with population or economic growth.
A more liberalized air travel policy would benefit both airlines and consumers . . .
Canadians pay more to fly than either Europeans or Americans, according to a report released today . . .