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Exciting things are happening at Air Georgian! We’re focused on continued aviation career awareness and recruitment to prepare for future growth and changes as a thriving regional airline. Interested in joining our team but aren’t sure what to expect? We recently spoke to our CRJ FO Jonathan Wang to learn a little bit more about… Read More about Employee Spotlight: CRJ First Officer Jonathan Wang on Being a Pilot with Air Georgian
We’ve been attending a lot of events recently in the pursuit of inspiring future aviators. Aviation is constantly changing and growing, but there are some elements that will likely never change. If you’re new to aviation, or just looking to get into the industry, here are five pieces of advice to give you a head… Read More about 5 Tips to Get a Head Start on Your Aviation Career
Last week we had the privilege to attend the first annual Georgian Skies Conference, an event held at Georgian College by members of Georgian Skies. Georgian Skies is an aviation society made up of students from the Aviation Management and Flight Services programs at Georgian College. Their mission is to promote equality in aviation, offering… Read More about Inspiring Young Aviation Professionals: Key Takeaways from the Georgian Skies Conference
We’re excited to officially announce the launch of CAPDA, our Canadian Airline Professional Development Academy! We are always looking for new ways to improve and modernize the aviation industry, and truly believe that the opening of CAPDA will allow us to continue leading the industry in developing airline professionals. What is CAPDA? CAPDA is part… Read More about Introducing CAPDA: Our Canadian Airline Professional Development Academy
Air Georgian CRJ First Officer Samantha Mincone played hockey growing up, and later found her passion for flying following an Air Georgian initiative educating female hockey players about the similarities between playing hockey and life as a pilot. As a SOAR candidate, Mincone was able to pursue a career in aviation, transitioning to Air Georgian… Read More about How Playing Hockey Helped First Officer Samantha Mincone SOAR
We are excited to announce that we support the amendments to the Pilot Flight, Duty, and Fatigue/Rest times published today in the Canada Gazette II. While no set of regulations can be expected to entirely address any one stakeholder’s concerns, and we has expressed our reservations about aspects of the regulations, we sees this amendment as… Read More about Our Statement on Transport Canada’s Pilot Fatigue Regulations Update
Today, Air Georgian ratified a three-year collective bargaining agreement with CUPE Local 4059. CUPE represents Air Georgian’s 83 flight attendants working out of Air Georgian’s Toronto base.
What is this all about? In response to increasing concerns regarding pilot fatigue and pilot fatigue regulations, we have been working with Canadian company Fatigue Science to build a customized solution for pilot fatigue. For the past 12 months we have been field-testing wearable technology from Fatigue Science with exceptional results, allowing pilots to… Read More about Fighting Pilot Fatigue with Wearable Technology
We recently attended the Elsie MacGill Awards Gala, held by the Northern Lights Aero Foundation in support of women in aviation. Northern Lights is a non-profit organization that works to attract young women to pursue careers in aviation and aerospace, by celebrating the achievements of accomplished women in these fields. The annual Elsie MacGill Awards… Read More about Supporting Women in Aviation at the Elsie MacGill Awards Gala