CT-155 – NATO Flight Training in Canada from Gaetano Indelicato on Vimeo.
BAE Systems Hawk 115 is the export version for the Canadian Forces, designated CT-155 Hawk in Canadian service for the NFTC.
NATO Flight Training in Canada (NFTC) is a military flight training program for NATO and allied air forces provided by the Canadian Forces.
Located at 15 Wing, CFB Moose Jaw in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and 4 Wing, CFB Cold Lake, Alberta, the program is delivered as a cooperative operation between a civilian contractor, Bombardier Aerospace Military Aviation Training (Bombardier MAT), and the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).
Two types of aircraft are flown at NFTC: the CT-156 “Harvard II” (Raytheon T-6) and the CT-155 “Hawk”.
Afternoon/evening plane spotting at Vancouver – YVR
2014 Abbotsford International Airshow – Canadian Forces Snowbirds Air Demostration Team Jets
2014 Abbotsford Airshow CF 18 Hornet night flight
Abbotsford International Airshow Highlights 2014 in British Columbia, Canada.
CSeries Aircraft’s Vice President and General Manager Rob Dewar informs us of the program’s latest news. Follow the CSeries program updates: cseries.com
Sunwing Airlines Boeing 737-800 C-FYUH
Take-off from Cancun Mexico
For best-in-class passenger comfort experience, the enhanced CRJ900 NextGen — now delivering up to 5.5% fuel burn reduction — offers more legroom than any other regional aircraft, along with large windows, LED lighting and in-flight connectivity. An enhanced experience all around! Take a look at the aircraft that will be on static display during the trade days of the airshow.
WestJet 2 months ago from its YouTube account:
This is truly a rare occurrence and even more rare to catch it on video. You really were at the right place at the right time! We are very happy with how our ground crew and TechOps AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) handled this situation. Our AME (in the blue vest) was at the aircraft within 10 seconds and our ramp crews (yellow/orange vests) had all ground service equipment away from the aircraft within 40 seconds, which prevented any damage to the aircraft and kept our crews and guests safe while they secured the aircraft with a tug and tow bar. This video is a great reminder of the power of Mother Nature!
Bombardier Aerospace continues the countdown to the CSeries first flight as the engines are powered up on CSeries flight test vehicle one (FTV1) in Mirabel, Québec.
Find out more on the CSeries Hub: http://www.cseries.com
Les moteurs de la CSeries démarrent pour la première fois
Bombardier Aéronautique poursuit le compte à rebours précédant le vol inaugural de la CSeries avec le démarrage des moteurs du premier véhicule d’essai en vol (FTV1) à Mirabel (Québec).
Visitez l’Espace CSeries pour plus de nouvelles: http://www.cseries.com/fr