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The history of aviation in Canada is rich and exciting.

It began in the early 20th century, when aviation pioneers such as J.A.D. McCurdy and Alexander Graham Bell began experimenting with fixed-wing aircraft.


During the 1920s and 1930s,

Many Canadian airmen won records and distinctions for their air performance, including the first crossing of the North Atlantic by a Canadian propeller plane in 1919, and the first crossing of the North Atlantic by a Canadian jet aircraft in 1946.


During the Second World War,

Canadian airline industry grew rapidly, as the country was a major producer of aircraft for the Allied armed forces. Canadian aircraft factories have produced thousands of aircraft, including the famous Hurricanes and Spitfires fighters.


After the war,

Canadian airline industry continued to grow, with the creation of national airlines such as Trans-Canada Air Lines (later known as Air Canada) and the creation of new airports and infrastructure.


Today,

Canadian airline industry is an important sector of the national economy, with companies such as Bombardier and Boeing that continue to innovate in the field of aviation.


Lately,

Drones have appeared in the Canadian airline industry, offering new opportunities for businesses and individuals. Drones are used for tasks such as environmental monitoring, mapping and delivery of goods. The outlook for the future of aviation in Canada is exciting, and recent developments in the field of drones indicate that the Canadian aviation industry will continue to evolve and develop.

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