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Flightdocs opens Toronto office

Flightdocs, which develops aviation maintenance, flight operations and inventory software, is expanding its SaaS footprint into Canada.

DDC drone project receives conditional funding approval

Drone Delivery Canada receives the first conditional approval for one of its funding applications in relation to its Moose Cree First Nation project.

Kopter update on SH09 final design

Based on its flight test campaign, Kopter is freezing the design of its SH09, which will be displayed at Heli-Expo as a 7-seat mock-up with VRM flight simulation.
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Airbus delivers first H145 for German SAR

Airbus Helicopters delivers the first H145 for the German Armed Forces search and rescue service several months ahead of the agreed deadline. A total of seven helicopters of this type were ordered to renew Bundeswehr’s Bell UH-1D fleet, which first entered into service in the early 1970s. » Read more...

First modified Osprey delivered for improved fleet readiness

Boeing and Bell Textron deliver the first modified MV-22 Osprey to the U.S. Marine Corps for improved readiness and reliability. Bell Boeing is reducing the number of configurations by upgrading block B aircraft to the current block C configuration, which ultimately helps to streamline maintenance and repairs. » Read more...

Aston Martin teams up with Airbus

Aston Martin Lagonda and Airbus Corporate Helicopters reveal a 12-month design partnership that will see its first product introduced in early 2020. » Read more...

StandardAero and Thales to advance light helicopter autopilot

An agreement is formalized to develop and certify an advanced autopilot system for the light helicopter market, beginning with the AS350 platform. » Read more...

Raytheon debuts portable V-22 virtual reality trainer

Raytheon Company debuts a virtual reality version of its portable V-22 trainer to provide what it describes as hyper-realistic training across all experience levels. » Read more...
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Aviation This Week

Bombardier Global Manufacturing Centre to start up in 2023

In this episode of Aviation This Week: Bombardier plans to relocate the final assembly of its Global business jets to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Then Pratt & Whitney Canada reaches a deal to power VRT500 helicopters; and United Airlines orders 50 Airbus A321XLRs to update part of its fleet and begin more transatlantic routes. » See More

Women in Aerospace Annual Christmas Party

December 12, 2019
Location: Mississauga, ON
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January 27-30, 2020
Location: Anaheim, CA
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ATMS 2020

February 4-6, 2020
Location: Toronto, ON
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