Wednesday, May 22, 2024

IPR delivers first LCD and structural tube conversion

IPR Conversions has re-delivered its first large cargo door (LCD) and structural tube conversion to Summit Air based in Yellowknife, Canada – an ATR72-202 Freighter. The company says this was converted by IPR’s partner ASI-Maintenance in Toulouse-Francazal, France, and marks the first IPR-converted LCD aircraft since the the purchase of the supplemental type certificate from Alenia last year. […]

Buffalo Airways allowed to fly again

Buffalo Airways is allowed to fly again as its air operator certificate has been reinstated by Transport Canada. Transport Canada had suspended its certificate on 30 November 2015 because of the company’s poor aviation safety record. The certificate has been reinstated with immediate effect following approval of its corrective action plan. Transport Canada says: “Buffalo Airways’ […]

Buffalo Airways grounded over safety concerns

Buffalo Airways has had its Air Operator Certificate suspended by Transport Canada because of its “poor safety record”. The airline, based in Yellowknife in Canada’s North West Territories had its certificate suspended at 23.59h local time on 30 November and will not be allowed to provide commercial air services again until it consistently complies with […]