UNITED AIRLINES PILOT 'FLUSHED BULLETS HE PACKED ACCIDENTALLY DOWN PLANE TOILET'
July 13, 2015
A United Airlines captain flushed bullets down an on board toilet after realising he had brought them onto a plane he was flying to Germany.
AIRLINES OFTEN FAIL TO PROVIDE COMPLETE PASSENGER LISTS TO CBSA: CTV NEWS INVESTIGATION
July 09, 2015
Rules meant to prevent terrorists and criminals from entering the country have been flouted thousands of times by airlines since 2013, yet only three fines have been levied, CTV News has learned.
INDONESIA MONITORING PILOTS, RIDWAN AGUSTIN AND TOMMY ABU ALFATIH, LINKED TO ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS
July 09, 2015
The Indonesian government has confirmed that two anti-terrorism bodies have been monitoring the activities of Indonesian pilots who are allegedly supporters of Islamic State (IS) militants.
WESTJET PLANE DIVERTED FOLLOWING FOURTH THREAT IN FIVE DAYS
July 02, 2015
A bomb threat believed to be a hoax prompted WestJet to divert a Vancouver-to-Toronto flight to Calgary on Wednesday night.
HOW THE FAA AND AIRLINE INDUSTRY HOPE TO PROTECT PLANES FROM HACKERS
June 30, 2015
It’s not just the public that’s terrified about hackers attacking airplanes.
TORONTO-BOUND WESTJET FLIGHT FORCED TO EVACUATE AFTER ‘THREAT’
June 30, 2015
WestJet says six passengers sustained injuries during an emergency evacuation when one of its flights was diverted to Winnipeg on Monday night due to what the company has only termed “a threat.”
WESTJET FLIGHT 391 SEARCH IN SASKATOON YIELDS NO BOMB SASKATOON POLICE SAY THREAT CAME FROM ONTARIO
June 29, 2015
Saskatoon police have determined there was no explosive device on board WestJet Flight 391, a flight that was scheduled to go from Halifax to Edmonton on Saturday, but was diverted to Saskatoon because a phone call received while the flight was in the air said a bomb was on board.
PM CONFIRMS BIOMETRIC TESTING FOR VISA TRAVELLERS
June 05, 2015
The federal government is expanding biometric testing to all foreign travellers entering Canada who require a visa.
MAN’S CLAIMS OF HACKING PLANE DISCREDITED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT
May 19, 2015
U.S. law enforcement officials have no credible evidence that commercial airplane cockpits have been hacked from passengers’ seats, contradicting a man who claims he did just that.
AIRLINE PILOTS, EMPLOYEES SLIP THROUGH SECURITY LOOPHOLE
May 14, 2015
A new government report is calling into question whether bomb detecting scanners and X-ray machines at the nation's airports are properly maintained. That's one concern, but there is another.
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